This category is for listing of museums of amateur radio boatanchors, both physical locations and virtual online museums. Sites should offer photos and details about radios.
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Hammond Museum of Radio
Located in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, features operational receivers and transmitters from the Spark era to the first solid state HRO.
K2TQN's OldRadio Museum
Features an authentic 1933 ham radio station and various 1924-1939 stations, both homebrew and commercial.
Michael Heim presents vintage radio photos, 1929 and 1935.
Includes vintage amateur radio photos and profiles.
Marshall Ensor Memorial Organization
Details history of Marshall H. Ensor, W9BSP, and his sister Loretta Ensor, W9UA.
Museum of Radio and Technology
Antique radio museum with vintage radios, TVs, tubes, parts, posters, communication radios, early hi-fi, and broadcast transmitters. Huntington, WV.
The Museum of Tektronix Scopes
Pictures and descriptions of oscilloscope models and accessories.
The Southern Appalachian Radio Museum
Exhibits include Atwater Kent, Philco, Silvertone, Edison phonographs, Crosley, Hammarlund, Harvey Wells, test instruments, spark gap transmitters, keys, and QSL cards. Located in Asheville, North Carolina.
Virtual Collins Radio Museum
Collins gear from 1946 to 1979 on virtual exhibit.
W5AM's Amateur Radio Museum
Monochrome pictures of vacuum tube radios. Includes weight, size and a brief descriptions of a number of rigs.
Western Historic Radio Museum
Wireless radio apparatus and memorabilia from the 1900s through the 1950s. Includes photos and restoration details. Virginia City, Nevada.
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