Links to Broadcast Equipment Collectors
Here is a list of other broadcast equipment collectors and collections
on the internet. As one would suspect, there is not a lot of this sort of
thing. I am always interested in finding interesting links for these pages.
If you have a broadcast equipment collecting related website, or know of one,
please email me at the address at the bottom of the page.
Updated 10-19-2004 Email address updated. Removed a dead link.
Museums with VTR's in their collections
There are legitimate museums with VTR's as part of their collections. Here
is a list of some of these. Thanks, Clive Woodward of Perth, Australia for much
valuable material for this section! In the UK, Paul Marshall has also provided
valuable info. I hope to find website URL's for all of these, eventually!
- Perth: Wireless Hill Telecommunication Museum - RCA TRT-1B
- Bradford, West Yorkshire:
National Museum of Film, Photography and Television. The Senior TV
Curator is John Tr> The Senior TV
Curator is John Trenouth, and apparently will show 'techies' the reserve
collection if nicely asked!
- Berlin: 'Museum fur Verkehr und Technik Berlin' Address: Trebbiner Str. 9,
D-10963 Berlin, Germany - Working '60' vintage TV studio with VR1000.
- Berlin: Telecommunications Museum. (Funkturn?)
- Munich: Deutches Museum - VR1000
1212 AA Hilversum - Noord - Holland
Phone: (+31) 35-6885888
Fax: (+31) 35-6839163
VR1200, Remote truck and other related items.
See their new website listing above!
Lucerne: Swiss Transport Museum - Extensive communications section.
- Redwood City, CA.: Ampex Museum of Magnetic Recording - Collection sold
or given to an unkown new owner. Any more info would be appreciated!
- New York, NY.: Metropolitan Museum of Art - Ampex VPR-5 1" type C.
Visit their website at
- New York, NY.: American Museum of the Moving Image - Ampex VR1000 Quad.
Visit their website at
Some private collectors have consented to having their collections
listed here. If you would like yours added, drop me an e-ma like yours added, drop me an e-mail!
NOTE: Please respect thr privacy of private collectors! E-mail or phone
ahead should you wish to visit them!
- Australia, Bunbury: Ian Stimson, RCA Quad, Ampex AVR-2, Bosch 1" type
B. Phone number: +61 8 97 21 2551, no fax or Email.
- Melbourne, Australia: Doug Morton, Ampex AVR-1,2; RCA TR-61,70; Sony
BVU820, BVH1000,2000, BVW10. Email:
- England, West Dulwich: Vintage Wireless Museum. Curator: Gerald Wells. Old
TV receivers and terminal equipment, including a 625-405 line scan converter.
Address: 23 Rosendale Rd., West Dulwich, England. Phone number: 081 670 3667
- USA, New Jersey: John Turner, Turner Engineering. John hs one of the
biggest collections of antique VTR's in existence, much larger than mine. He
has some very rare and unusual machines including an IVC 9000 and some early
HDTV VTR's. John can be reached at:
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