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Telemuseum

Closed

11331 Stockholm, Sweden

Address Museivägen på Gärdet
 
 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Radio and Kommunication in general
  • TV and image recording
  • Wire- & tape recording
  • Radios (Broadcast receivers)
  • Transmitting and Studio technique
  • Telephone / Telex
  • Computer / Informatic
  • Printing technology


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Status from 01/2015
Closed

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Location / Directions It was next door to the Museum of Technology in Museivägen in the garden.

Location / Directions
(other)
Det var granne med Tekniska museet i Museivägen i trädgården.

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

D: Telefunken 9A (T9A) (1928-32)
D: Huth, Signalbau AG, E82W (1929-32)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven 753AX (1938/39)
S: Luxor Radio AB; RW (1930)
S: AGA and Aga-Baltic Sonett 36 (1936)

Some example tube pages for sets you can see there:

Gas Triode Liebenröhre (1912)

Description Tele Museum was a museum in Stockholm, which included extensive collections of primarily older telephone and radio equipment. The museum was founded in 1850 and was closed on January 18, 2004. Tele Museum was first at Karlaplan, but in the 1970s it moved in next door to the Museum of Technology in Museivägen in the garden.

Collections in Telemuseum contained about 15 000 objects. After the demise took over the collections of the Museum of Technology, but almost everything is stored up, in addition to about 250 phones are exhibited in the Museum of Technology.

The reason for Tele Museum was closed down was the liberalization of telecommunications in Sweden. When Telia could no longer have a monopoly on the telephone, they felt that they were no longer obliged to alone pay for the operation of Tele Museum. The competing phone companies (Tele2 and others) were not interested in helping to fund the operation, and no state institution considered themselves unable to afford to drive Tele Museum. The result was that Tele Museum was closed for good.

Description
(other)
Telemuseum var ett museum i Stockholm, som innehöll omfattande samlingar av framförallt äldre telefon- och radioutrustning. Museet grundades på 1850-talet och lades ned den 18 januari 2004. Telemuseum låg först vid Karlaplan, men på 1970-talet flyttade det in bredvid Tekniska museet på Museivägen på Gärdet.

Samlingarna i Telemuseum innehöll cirka 15 000 föremål. Efter nedläggningen övertogs samlingarna av Tekniska museet, men nästan allt ligger magasinerat, förutom cirka 250 telefoner som är utställda i Tekniska museet.

Orsaken till att Telemuseum lades ned var avregleringen av telekommunikationerna i Sverige. När Telia inte längre fick ha monopol på telefonnätet ansåg de att de inte längre var skyldiga att ensamma bekosta driften av Telemuseum. De konkurrerande telebolagen (Tele2 med flera) var inte intresserade av att hjälpa till med att bekosta driften, och någon statlig institution ansåg sig inte ha råd att driva Telemuseum. Resultatet blev att Telemuseum stängdes för gott.

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