2014 Season Starts Wednesday 12th March
Open Wednesday - Sunday
10am - 5pm (last entry at 3.30pm) also Open Bank Holiday Mondays
Season Ends Sunday 2nd November
QRZ Log Book Now Up To Date!
The station is operated by Licenced Volunteers who are members of the Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre.
If you are planning a visit to the museum please let us know (via email as above) and we will do our best to have a volunteer in the station on that day.
We operate on most bands and modes and look forward to meeting you on air or in person.
Keep an eye on the Museumwebsite for event days at Amberley for a bonus on you entry fee!!
The museum site was for many years a working chalk pit and was originally called Chalk Pits Museum hence our suffix of CPM!
We take part in
International Museums Weekends
Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre is a 36 acre site set in the South Downs National Park.
Dedicated to the industrial heritage of the South East, exhibits include a narrow-gauge railway and bus service (both provide free nostalgic travel around the site), Connected Earth telecommunications hall, energy electricity hall, printing workshop and much more.
The Museum is also home to traditional crafts people, such as the stained glass maker, blacksmith and potter, plus a large cafeteria, gift shop and numerous picnic areas where stunning surroundings can be enjoyed.
Antennas Tuned Doublet and Tri Band Yagi 20 - 15 - 10M
(Please keep scrolling down as there may be gaps between pictures)
Trio TS530SP once owned and operated by Louis Varney - G5RV and is used on a regular basis.
Main HF Rig Kenwood TS-570D which was bought with a donation from the RSGB many years ago along with a matching desk mic and other equipment.
The Hot Seat
The View Looking In from the Public Side
Gerald Marcuse, G2NM
Gerald Marcuse G2NM was president of "The Society" (now RSGB) from 1929 - 1930
General View some ofWireless Exhibition
TV & Videos
Early Ham Gear with Quartz centre of picture
Early Broadcast Radio & Batteries
More Early Broadcast Sets
Bill & Ben as they should be!!
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