Directional ex-Class IA AMs

Robert S Chase
Thu Dec 17 16:15:37 EST 2009

I doubt very much that the "fountain" in the foreground was either decorative 
(too much iron pipe) or a waste water treatment plant so my guess is that it 
was a water cooling sink for the transmitter. (AC not being a big thing in 
the 40's but still a possibility.) How did it work?

Bob Chase
> Message: 4
> Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2009 22:26:53 -0500
> From: "Dave Doherty" <>
> To: "Dan.Strassberg" <>,
> <>
> Subject: Re: Directional ex-Class IA AMs
> I was digging for a photo for my annual card, and I found deep in my
> archives the following photo of the 1950's WEAF (WNBC, WFAN) site at Port
> Washington.  I don't recall where it came from, but it corresponds exactly
> with my memory of the site from my childhood.

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