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Wireless In Wales Museum

LL16 3LG Denbigh, Great Britain (UK) (Denbighshire)

Address Canolfan Iaith Clwyd
Pwll y Grawys 
 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Radio and Kommunication in general
  • Tubes/Valves / Semiconductors
  • Media
  • Radios (Broadcast receivers)
  • Measuring Instruments, Lab Equipment
  • Gramophone (no electrical sound transmission)


Opening times
every Monday: 11am - 3pm and by arrangement

Admission
Status from 11/2014
We don't know the fees.

Contact
Tel.:+44-1745-81 22 87  eMail:info wirelessinwales.org.uk  

Homepage www.wirelessinwales.org.uk

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Location / Directions
N53.183388° W3.422215°N53°11.00328' W3°25.33290'N53°11'0.1968" W3°25'19.9740"

Denbigh is a market town and community in Denbighshire, Wales

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

GB: Fellows Magneto Co. Fellocryst Super (1922)
GB: Marconi Co. Marconiphone Crystal Junior RB2 (1922)
GB: Metropolitan-Vickers Cosmos Radiophone C4 (1925)
GB: Ekco, E.K.Cole Ltd.; AC74 (1933)
GB: Ultra Electric Ltd.; 22 (1934)
GB: Philco Radio of GB People´s Set 444 (1936)
GB: Philips Electrical, Theatrette V5A (1936-38)
GB: Ferranti, GB All-Wave Superhet 837 (1937)
GB: McMichael Ltd., 389 (1938)
GB: Murphy Radio Ltd.; AD94 (1940)
GB: Ekco, E.K.Cole Ltd.; Round Ekco A22 (1945)
GB: Murphy Radio Ltd.; A98 (1945?)
GB: Ekco, E.K.Cole Ltd.; A23 (1946)
GB: RAP Radio Acoustic 646 (1946)
GB: Murphy Radio Ltd.; A100 (1947)
GB: Amplion, Alfred Delegate HU610 (1947)
GB: Ferranti, GB 248 (1948)
GB: Bush Radio; London BP10 (1949-52)
GB: Etronic Brand, Hale Midgetronic EMU 4214 (1950)
GB: Ultra Electric Ltd.; Ultra Twin R656 (1950)
GB: Ferguson Radio 342BU (1955)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven 834A (1933/34)

Some example tube pages for sets you can see there:

Vacuum Pentode AC/Pen (1930)
Vacuum Pentode ACVP2
Vacuum Pentode AC2/Pen
Screen-grid Tetrode AC5/Pen
Full-Wave Vacuum Rectifier AZ31 (1938)
Triode, vacuum B4_BTH
Triode, vacuum CV122
Double Diode DD41
Double Diode EB34
Triode-Hexode ECH35 (1939)
HEXODE EF8 (1938)
Mag. Eye, 2 ranges, 4 shadow EM11 (1939)
Mag. Eye, 2 ranges, 2 shadow EM34 (1946)
Full-Wave Vacuum Rectifier GZ32
Double Diode-Triode HL23DD
Double Diode-Triode KBC32
Mag. Eye, 1 shadow angle ME41
Vacuum Pentode MP/Pen
Vacuum Pentode PenA4
Vacuum Pentode Pen3520
Triode, vacuum PV5DE
Transmitting Tetrode, air QY4-400
Triode-Heptode TH30C
Full-Wave Vacuum Rectifier UU4
Gas Triode UV200 (1920)
Pentagrid-Converter Heptode 6A7 (1933)
Vacuum Pentode 6C6 (1933)
Mag. Eye, 2 ranges, 4 shadow 6M2
Vacuum Pentode 6SG7
Vacuum Pentode 6SJ7
Mag. Eye, 1 shadow angle 6U5
Beam Power Tube 6V6G
HalfWave Rectifier- 70L7GT

Description The Gwefr Heb Wifrau - Wireless in Wales is a small radio museum with a difference. With its emphasis on the history of Broadcasting in Wales, the influence of broadcasting on our national identity and the contribution of the Welsh to the development of wireless technology this museum is unique.

We have an interesting collection of old radio devices as well as educational and informative displays.
The Museum is based around the collection of the late David Evan Jones and was opened just a few weeks after his death in 2008. Since then we have worked hard to add interpretative panels as well as acquiring some noteable additions to the collection.

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