Model, scale 1:30, of 240 ft wooden receiving tower for CH (Chain Home) radar, Mark II West Coast pattern

Made:
1940-1962 in United Kingdom
Part 1 (left): Model, scale 1:32, of 247 ft wooden receiving tower for CH (Chain Home) radar, Mark I East Coast

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Part 1 (left): Model, scale 1:32, of 247 ft wooden receiving tower for CH (Chain Home) radar, Mark I East Coast
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Model, scale 1:32, of 247 ft wooden receiving tower for CH (Chain Home) radar, Mark II West Coast pattern, designed by Dept W.8 Air Ministry in 1940, unknown maker, British, 1940-1962

Details

Category:
Radio Communication
Object Number:
1962-365/2
type:
model - representation
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
DSTL (Defence Science & Technology Laboratory); Royal Aircraft Establishment