South Croydon.

Broadcasting With little to no idea what any of it means, I must still offer you this cultural artefact from, BBC Research and Development Report 1955-06 : The service area of the temporary television transmitter at Redmoss, Aberdeen, because I know some of you will. The archive has a collection of similar reports:
"The television transmitter was installed at the medium wave site at Redmoss to give a temporary service to the city of Aberdeen while the main transmitter at Meldrum is being built.

"The effective radiated power from the vision transmitter has been restricted to 3 watts (peak white) so that the average field strength in Aberdeen will be of the same order as expected from the permanent station at Meldrum."
Eldrad must live.

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