Who else used this?

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  1. janner

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  2. I wonder where they got that from.... fell off the back of a submarine !
    mange tout Rodney !
     

  3. :cry: :cry: :cry:

    But what about the ..........

    Never mind......... No one else does.

    Edited to add:

    "Come shallower - We are losing the signal."
     
  4. Keep an eye on that vendor. Over time you might be able to build the whole submarine.
     
  5. Interested - but only if it came with SSP(SM) :wink:
     
  6. Our local Sea cadet unit sold one of these only a few months ago. Went for about 20 quid.
     
  7. I used the B40 on the Ghurka when it was dragged out of mothballs in 82. It proved to be a very useful piece of kit for us as everything was knackered including the crew!
     
  8. This brings back fond memories of the ship disappearing from the airwaves for 48 hours at a time or managing to make contact with the Comcen Whitehall via Gibraltar or even Mauritius while off Lands End. Click here to see the B41 in a familiar setting then look at the background information here:

    RATT at sea in the Royal Navy
     
  9. Cheers Janner, that is definitely a whiff of nostalgia.

    Shame that the Calibration door is missing.

    Jerry
     
  10. Your post led me, via sites, to this.....

    http://www.godfreydykes.info/SUBMARINE RADIO TRAFFIC FROM THE RUGBY TRANSMITTER.htm



    and learned new stuff....Cheers Wings

    During the late '50's to mid '70's my father (exYeoman, wartime) procured a B14 and a B28. I had the B28 and listened to all sorts, fishing boats etc but mostly Radio Luxenburg. Happy days
     

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