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Masirah Island, the Diplomatic Wireless Transmitting Station and staff. Wreck fishing, the BERYL installation.
Some RAF personnel also appear in these photos. 124 images in this slide show.
Some of the DWS personnel in these shots:
Charlie Harman; Ted Hull; Peter (comms); Bob (electrical); Harry Henselaer (antennas); Clive Warner; Keith Ritchie; Joe; Mick Abbott; and various others whose names I have alas forgotten.
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Gambia (and a few photos of Senegal) - Marconi transmitters and antennas, with Mr Tim Higgins.
These images are in two parts: the first part is of Gambia and its people. The second is of the Bonto transmitting station, installation work, and Radio Gambia staff. The installation was finished only weeks before the attempted coup. Unfortunately I do not appear to have any photos of the Basse installation.
Nigeria: Various Marconi transmitter / antenna installations: 10KW AM, 300KW HF auto-tune.
Interesting photos taken at the time just after the revolution that deposed Somoza. No pasaran!
Wikipedia: From late 1979 through 1980, United States president Carter's administration made efforts to work with the new Nicaraguan government. However, when president Ronald Reagan took office in January 1981, the United States government launched a campaign to isolate the Sandinista government. On 23 January, the Reagan administration suspended all United States aid to Nicaragua. Later that year, the Reagan administration authorised support for groups trying to overthrow the Nicaraguan government.
My transmitter installation for Radio Catolica (another INCOMTEL job) took place in this difficult situation of absolute opposition from the US government. For details please see my feature on the two periods I spent in-country.
USA CA/OR: Some lovely shots in this gallery of San Francisco, Northern California and Oregon, 1980.
USA TX: Texas and the Oklahoma panhandle in 1976. Includes a tornado and the Permian Basin.
Some fierce photos from the Incomtel antenna reinstall at Martelange, Belgium; a 300m altitude self-support tower! Also photos of the 20KW mobile AM transmitters built at Goldhawk Road, various Incomtel staff, and snips of video from the River Boat Party. (Mike Burridge, Ralf, Martin Newton, and many more)
World War II b/w. Scenes from the UK, Egypt, Tunisia. My dad, Edward Warner. He never spoke about the war.
Mexico. A selection of pictures dating back to 1981.