This is just a few of the old radio items - I had them on display many years in the warehouse for my own interest . There are a lot more ham radio items in the warehouse and at the museum. I have not really counted the radio and old electronic items but must be several hundred. A few nice old Soviet military radios in the collection.
All the items are wrapped in bubble wrap before going into the shipping box.
Most boxes have multiple items.
Toward the end of the first day the packing crew made it close to the computers in the warehouse but still lots of none computer items to pack.
There are many thousands of computer memorabilia items to pack so it will be 3 or 4 more days of packing.
They used up the whole supply of bubble wrap available to them and had to order a large supply. This will take a couple of days so no packing Wednesday or Thursday. They should be back Friday with a truck load of bubble wrap.
This photograph and the ones below will be of interest mostly to ham radio operators. Just a few of the old radios Heathkit, Swan, Ten-Tec.
The old Swan radios were very popular in the 60's and 70's.
This is interesting SWR/Watt meter and dummy load. I seem to love these old items.
These Hallicrafters are late 40's and 50's. I have radios going back to pre 1920.
1950 or so Harvey Wells hf bandmaster AM transmitter.
Great end of the day. It was cold as I do not have heat in the warehouse. I did put in 5 electric heaters and it helped a little. The outside temperature today was about 30 degrees - Cooold. The hot coffee the middle of the afternoon was most welcome by the crew.
|David G Larsen|
This was a good start and I expect 3 or 4 more days of packing with a 5 man crew. I only wish it was warmer in the warehouse. Maybe the cold will help the crew work faster. I did notice today the coats all came off even thought it was about 35 degrees inside.