The Boatanchors Directory
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- K9VDD AM Station - Johnson rigs and a great tower story.
- Almost All Digital Electronics - Hampedia. Pictures and descriptions of older pieces of amateur radio gear, as well as a few commercial endeavours.
- August Johnson's Old Radios - Photos of his collection of Collins, Johnson and National radios.
- Boatanchor Image Library - Pictures of many radios arranged by brand. By Allen Cutts.
- Boatanchors Library - Allen Cutts' library and articles. Index of pictures of many older rigs arranged by brand and model number.
- EB5AGV Vintage Radio Site - Jose V. Gavila in Spain presents pictures and information about antique radios, including Collins, Drake, Hammarlund, Racal and RCA radios, and the TV-7 tube tester.
- Gene's Index of Boatanchor Pictures - Links to a set of BA pictures.
- GM0RWU's Vintage Wireless Gallery - Old radio pictures of general and domestic radios. Civilian marine equipment, military equipment and amateur radio.
- The Hallicrafters Room - By KA0VSL. Pictures of several radios, with descriptions.
- JA1DWM - Good variety of American-made BA rig pictures.
- KA7NOC's Amateur Radio Page - Images and articles. Set of National Radio Co. pictures.
- KA8WTK - Ham shack photos and description of some nice old rigs.
- K4AXF - Jim Stoneback in Alexandria, VA. Pictures and articles about Collins, Hallicrafters and Johnson equipment. Personal memoirs.
- K6BD, Bob's Hamstuff - Pictures of old-style radios and an early licenses. Beginning in the 1930s, Bob tells us about his
- KB8TAD Boatanchor Pictures - Rich Post shows us his boatanchor pictures. Radios arranged by brand and model.
- KD6CC Boatanchors Pages - Pictures of his rigs by Heath, Galaxy, Johnson, Hammarlund, Kenwood, Eico, Ameco and Hallicrafters. Links.
- KG7BZ - August Johnson. Pictures of his NC-183 and R-390A/URR receivers, and an AN/SRT-14 transmitter.
- K8IRC, Bart Berg - Photos of his shack featuring the Johnson Viking Invader 2000 and National HRO-60. Pengilly, MN.
- LA5KI Hallicrafters Gallery - Free noncommercial photo gallery.
- Multi-Elmac - N9BOR's site. Pictures and descriptions of all the old Multi-Elmac radios.
- N5BU BoatAnchor Pix - High resolution photos of some older rigs, including Central Electronics and Eldico rigs.
- N3IBX - Photographs of his National, Hallicrafters, Drake, Clegg, Eldico, Clegg, Sonar, and Drake rigs.
- N3IBX Boatanchor Basement - Some of the radios ( Boatanchors) he likes to operate on the air and some projects being worked on.
- 7N3SDM MUSEUM - Japanese museum of solid state BA rigs. Military rigs, National, Linear, and Belcom, plus some domestic-only rigs by the "big three."
- OE1002419 - SWL - Vienna Austria - Pictures of boatanchors and QSL pictures from the 1960s of hams and SWBC stations.
- Ragnar Otterstad, LA5HE - Photos of a WW2 Spy radio set and other interesting radio artifacts.
- Sherry's Boat Anchors - Pictures of R-390 and R391 receivers, and a write-up remembering the earlier days of radios.
- WA1KPD - Carl Nord. Boatanchor pictures, and stories.
- W6ICM, Ozzie Diaz - Pictures of his BC-610 transmitter, Viking I and other BA rigs in his shack.
- W9WRL BA Pictures - WRL and COllins featured heavily here! Former KB9BNR Web Page
- W4YCH Vintage Radio Page - Photos, and information about his equipment.
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