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Old 18th Mar 2024, 9:34 pm   #1001
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Default Re: 405-Line VHF Aerials 2013 to the present day.

Thats a V pole again Belling & Lee.
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Old 28th Apr 2024, 8:04 am   #1002
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Default Re: 405-Line VHF Aerials 2013 to the present day.

in Wallington, Surrey on the High Street.
it isn't above where the two radio and television shops were, Broughton Radio and Thorne Howell ?
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Old 9th Jun 2024, 6:43 pm   #1003
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Default Re: 405-Line VHF Aerials 2013 to the present day.

Don't think I've posted this previously but a somewhat local one in Weymouth (Abbotsbury Road in Westham), looks to be BI on NHT via a single slanted dipole, BIII from Chillerton Down via a pair of 5 element Yagi's and a small UHF antenna on Weymouth. Wonder why BIII was from Chillerton rather than Stockland, I guess either in service date or regional preference.
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Old 10th Jun 2024, 6:06 am   #1004
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Default Re: 405-Line VHF Aerials 2013 to the present day.

There was a channel 1 relay at Weymouth using horizontal polarisation though didn't open till I think 1968,quite late in the 405 scheme of things.
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