Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society
Marconi 1901-2001 Transatlantic Centenary
Saturday, 8th December, 2001 in
Chelmsford Town Centre
Peter Turrall, Marconi Veterans Association, Martin Easteal (black coat) Chief Executive of the Council,
Princess Elettra with Charles G0GJS (with cap) and Janet Olivia Lee, the Authoress of the Council's book on Marconi.
Victorian Carol Singers who sang for Princess Elettra and the Council Party
He danced with a model while on one metre high stilts.
Photos taken near by GB4FUN, the RSGB demonstration vehicle:-
President of CARS, Harry G5HF with Ethel; Pam with Brian G3CVI and Martyn G1EFL
Tony G4YTG dressed in Victorian Engineers outfit outside GB4FUN vehicle.
Donald G0VIS using the microphone in GB4FUN vehicle.
John M0CQK is looking on.
Group picture of CARS Members at the rear of GB4FUN looking at the Certificate
to be presented to Princess Elettra
From left to right: Ian of the Science and Industry
Museum, Colin G0TRM; Helen, Wife of Dr Geoff
Bowles Keeper of the Science & Industry Museum;
David M0BQC Secretary of CARS and Arthur G3KPJ Founder Member of CARS
Power Plant of GB4FUN with Donald G0VIS (upper) and Ken G7RFT looking on
Group picture of the Presentation of the Honorary Membership Certificate to the GB4FUN volunteer.
From left to right:- Geoff G7KLV Editor of CARS Newsletter;
Colin G0TRM Assistant Editor; John G8DET Chairman of CARS;
Mike Dennison, GB4FUN representative; Tony G4YTG; and
Ralph G3NAA Celebrity Woodworker for CARS.
Princess Elettra signing the Marconi book of Peter Turrall.
Mike Dennison G3XDV taking down the aerials at the end of a very successful day.
He is assisted by a Member of Chelmsford Scouts, Nigel Hull G6ZVV, who is passing a bolt to Tony G4YTG's hand.
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