Scheveningen Radio Callsign "PCH"
Scheveningen Radio was one of the most well known of the European Coastal Radio Stations with many M.F. Frequencies used. There can be few if any Top Band operator who does not remember their Massive M.F. Signal within the 160m amateur band.

These Photographs are ©Jan Bulder PD0RSF and should not be used elsewhere without his permission.

VHF Operating position
M.F. Operating position
H.F. Operating position
H.F. Operating position
C.W. Operating position
C.W. Operating position
M.F. C.W. Operating position on 454kHz SITOR (Telex) Operating equipment.

The following seven photographs are from the book: Het wakend oor een eeuw Scheveningen radio.

Uitgave / Publiser: KPN / Station 12 communications & public relations

Foto's / Pictures: Het Nederlandse PTT Museum / Dutch PTT Museum Scheveningen Radio / PCH en Station 12 Prive verzamelingen (oud) medewerkers / Private pictures from (old) employees Scheveningen Radio

They were sent to me by Jan Bulder PD0RSF

The PCH Building

1951

Wireless Telegraphy

1933

Radio Telephony

1987

Radio Telephony

1997

Radio Telephony opertaing positions during the 1950's

The SITOR operating position

1970

 

The SITOR operating position

1984

Click HERE for an MP3 Recording of a Speech transmission from the station
Click HERE for an MP3 Recording of a morse transmission from the station.
       
The following pictures are Alfons M Wilbert
External shot of the station Antenna System
Station sign    
The following pictures were sent to me by Adri Bisenberger

This picture shows a young boy called Jan Hartman in 1953 visiting the station and observing two station staff doing some external work

Adri Bisenberger

Scheveningen Radio 1953

A ship that Adri Bisenberger used to listen to working Scheveningen Radio. This picture of the Molenkerk was taken in 1953 taken in the port of IJmuiden.

Adri Bisenberger

A ship that Adri Bisenberger used to listen to working Scheveningen Radio. This picture of the Zeeland was taken in 1953 taken in the port of IJmuiden.

Adri Bisenberger

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