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Collections exhibited within Museum

Andy Layer Valve Gift
Brian Middleton Valve Gift
Brian Watkins' Donation
The Christopher Jeffery Collection
The Communications & Electronics Museum Trust
The Curzon Collection
Donation by David Tayler
Donation by Jonathan Edwards
Donation by Robert Coleman
Donation by Stephen Redburn
Donation from Crowthorne Tubes
Donation from Jeremy Skertchly
Douglas Huxtable Valve Collection
Duncan Brown's Donation
From UKμG Members
G0TAR Valve Donation
G3LLV Valve Donation
G8BLW's Valves
G8LSD Valve Collection
George Jessup Valve Collection
The Hammersmith Collection
The Hampshire Collection
HMS Collingwood
HMS Collingwood Museum
The John Hodgson Collection
Klystrons from G6HUI
The John Lawrence Collection
The Liverpool Collection
Photographic Donations
The Rainham Collection
Robert Fry's Donation
Terry Collard Valve Collection
TV Valves from David Hollins
Valve Donation by George Thorley
Valve Donation by Peter Bates (GM4BYF)
Valve Donation from Alan Hensman
Valve Donation from Envocare
Valve Donation from Fred Nachbaur
Valves Collected by Francis Crossley
Valves Collected by Les French
Valves Collected by John Macarthy (G3PHM)
Valves Donated by Alan Barnes
Valves Donated by Bob Hayter (G4OAC)
Valves Donated by Graeme Hurst
Valves Donated by Val Dawe
Valves from Claude Jackson
Valves from David Martin
Valves from Derek Widdowson
Valves from Lucas-CAV
Valves from Keith Snook
Valves from Lucy Shepard
Valves from Mark Cunliffe
Valves Donated by William Dacey (G1OLQ)
Washford Radio Museum
 
 
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Physical Valve era Technology Museums

Colossus Rebuild Project
George Jessup Valve Collection
HMS Collingwood Museum
Washford Radio Museum
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Internet Links

Alfa Elektronky Radomir Aujezdskż's valve collection. Radomir was awarded the 2013 Schrader Award by the American Tube Collectors Association.
ASE Associazione Storia dell’Elettronica A very good Italian site and virtual museum run by Emilio Ciardiello.
AudioJumble Twice yearly UK event held in Tonbridge.
Brimar Thermionic Products With luck we will soon have UK made valves again.
Duncan's Amp Pages & Tube Data Selector A very large & reliable site.
Dynatron Museum The Dynatron museum is a private collection of Dynatron radio equipment ranging from 1930 to 1960.
Frank's Electron Tube Pages a vast collection of datasheets.
Hiend-Audio a new Polish DIY audio site.
Jeff Duntemann's Junkbox American site - source for Compactron data.
Jeremy Harmer Valve Collection another UK valve site.
Internal Fire - Museum of Power A Welsh museum featuring the John Lawrence Collection.
Lowther Voigt Museum Lowther and Voigt are regarded among the best British hi-fi manufacturers of all time.
Online Geeks Portal to many technological web sites.
Radiomuseum Swiss site best seen as a member.
The Valve Page Information and galleries, including radios, televisions and test gear.
Tube Collectors Association The major American association.
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Last updated October 22, 2016
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