|[AMRadio] Re: W3PHL|
bbruhns at erols.com
Sun Feb 19 14:49:06 EST 2006
I helped K3GKB Jesse lay the foundation for the
tool shed that housed the PARA repeater at the
W3PHL tower back in the early-mid 70s.
After leveling the cement, we climbed up to the
top of the tower to look around. The tower -was-
like scaffolding, and it had a stairway going back
and forth, all the way up. The full size rotating
40 meter beam was awesome. I forget now whether
it had two or three elements. I think it was
>From later comments, I don't think that Fred was
expecting the repeater shack to be so big, or so
----- Original Message -----
From: "W5OMR/Geoff" <w5omr at satx.rr.com>
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Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 3:10 AM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Re: W3PHL
> crawfish wrote:
> >Looks like that site with W3PHL pictures is
down. One of the locals there had pictures of the
tower which looked like scaffolding. That 3-el.
Telrex at 135 feet was an awesome site. Fred is
still around. Has lent his call to a repeater
group in Philly. I can forward the pictures taken
from the tower plus that big transmitter/amp if
anyone wants it.
> > Joe W4AAB
> I'd love to see 'em, too.
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