Aeronautical Radio Stations
Sault Ste. Marie Wireless Station from Diana Couch
Tobermory Wireless Station (circa 1913) from Arthur Amos
Vancouver radio 1945-48 from Al Miller
Souvenirs of Smith River Radio from Milton Watts (1950-1951)
Souvenirs of Cambridge Bay Radio from Milton Watts (1951-1953)
Souvenirs of Medicine Hat Radio from Milton Watts (1953-1954)
Cambridge Bay (again) from Milton Watts (1954-1955)
Souvenirs of Edmonton Radio from Milton Watts May 1955 - August 1958)
Nitchequon 1959/1960 A captivating story from Ed Harvey
Marine Radio Stations
Marine Radio Communications and Traffic Services in Canada (on the website of CAW Local 2182)
Frank Statham has a fabulous collection of information and photos of the early coast stations on the Pacific shores, material dating back to the early 1900's.
Here is the website: Rough radio on the British Columbia coast
Resolute Ionosphere was in the South Camp. One of the photos in the collection of Mitch Powell, given to him while he was at RB in 1955, was an undated photo of the Ionosphere station. The late Al Simpson and Vic Decloux had both served on the station and were able to identify the equipment. Si Tucker was there later and provided a list of operators who were there during his tour. Attached are some notes about the station equipment and operators. John G.
Stations & Call Signs
I am hoping to create a master list of DOT stations with a note
against each on where one can find additional information about the
history of the stations. In many cases there will be links to other
web sites where such information can be found.
Click here to view a pdf document of some of the pages from the 1936 List of Coast Stations. I am amazed that I was able to upload this file as it is over 14MB in size and the limit on file uploads is 10MB. Hope others can read it!