The station was set up in the e-library of the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. Dave's tower was carefully set up on the lawn, the coax cables were fed along the colonnade and in through a window.
The view along the colonnade with the Caird library at the end.
On VHF we had -
The view south to the Royal Observatory Greenwich, through the colonnade
Canary Wharf and Docklands
The station set out with a visitors book, gifts and information packs.
(Left to right) John G0KFO (Icom), Ralph M0MYC, Bob M3RCV, Chris G0GKC (Icom) and Tim G4DBL
Justin G4TSH, Simon M3CVN and Tony G0OPB
Mark G4AXX and Dave G4BUO
Mark G4AXX, Mark M0DXR and Simon M3CVN
Richard G3YJW and Mark G4AXX
At night the museum fell silent, but the station carried on
From the Observatory there's a laser lighting up the evening sky, accurately aligned on the Meridian
Cheers Simon! Make mine a Trafalgar!
The staff at the Plume and Feathers, dressed for the occasion
The tower was dressed too, with the 40 international signal flags in the prescribed order. The antennas worked well with solid 59(9) contacts with ZL & VK every day
Nobby G0VJG on HF1
Dave G4BUO with Roy Clare, Director of the National Maritime Museum, preparing to transmit greeting messages
Anna Tribe, the great great great granddaughter of Lord Nelson and Roy Clare at the memorial ceremony
Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson (29 September 1748 - 21 October 1805)
The GB200T Award certificate
The GB200T Points certificate
The GB200T Trafalgar certificate