Entrance to the Virtual Radio Museum

Start at "The Exhibits" if you are looking for something particular

or simply browse through the pages or consult the reference information

 The Exhibits

 Return to Reception



 The Collection

 True stories

 Vintage radios


 More old radios

 Customers' repairs

 Not really radios


 A bit out of the ordinary

 How old?

 Communications equipment

  Restoring tips

 Test gear

 Really useful information

 TV, Audio & Gramophones

WWI Communications

 Interesting valves

In days of old

 Old radio components

 Computer repairs

Battery Eliminators

Political satire  

The vintage radios and the multitude of other electrical bits and pieces pictured on the website have been accumulated over the years and now, with the aid of the Internet and lots of Virtual Space, everyone can see the collection, which is still growing.

All the repair stories are mine and describe real repairs for real customers.

The True Stories are from my 27 years in the Defence Industry with Plessey, a firm whose name was once associated with the manufacture of radio and TV sets and like many others has now been swallowed up by an even bigger company, not once but twice. Anyone that's worked in a big company will no doubt have similar tales to tell!