(The Photo Gallery you will find below the story)
The Radio Museum in Kälarne was re-opened Tuesday July 1. During the ceremony SI9AM was represented by SM3FJF/Jörgen and SM3HKN/Kennet. Earlier was the museum in a school building in Hammarstrand, but was closed for several years due to a water damaged. The search for new suitable place began and at least they found a new location in a old school in Kälarne.
At the re-opening SM3FJF/Jörgen, president of SI9AM handed flowers and a poster "Telecommunications history" with Morse Code to the museum's owner, radio enthusiast Sune Kvist. The poster "Telecommunications history" was placed in the window above the woman sitting with a telegraph key.
Radio enthusiasts met Radio Enthusiast
12 radio amateurs from SI9AM met the radio enthusiast Sune Kvist with XYL Karin, who welcomed everyone. With a great commitment Sune told how he began to collect radio receivers from 1910-20 and forward in time. Approximately 800-900 objects are now in Kälarne old school. Everything in the school are a journey through 100 years.
It was a very interesting day in which we remembered back how it was in the old days.
Radio Museum Kälarne – Take a trip through speech and music machine development over 110 years. Here you will see radios, phonographs, gramophones, music boxes, crystal radios, cameras, film projectors, accordions, and more in a contemporary setting with 800 – 900 items.
Location: Kälarne old school, Södervägen 4, Kälarne.
Open: July (except Mondays) at 12:00 to 16:00.
Other times please call +46 (0)70 – 262 19 76, +46 (0)696 – 40 539
GPS: Lat 62,9812, Long 16,0871
The photos above from the re-opening of the Radio Museum.
The photos above from the visit on July 5.