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East Dundry Lane Somerset
NGR: ST573665 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height: 194m Structure Height: 58m
Digital TV:
BBC Radio:
  Radio Bristol: 94.9 
Ind. National Radio:
Ind. Local Radio: Sam FM (Bristol): 106.5 
Digital Radio:

This is the largest and most easterly of the seven or so towers on Dundry Hill. It was formerly owned by Gridcom but has now been acquired by NGW. Until 2007 it has had no broadcast services on it, but with the start of Original 106 and the move of BBC Radio Bristol from Ilchester Crescent two brand new, shiny slant polarisation three element yagis have now appeared at the top. They point directly north towards central Bristol. This move by the BBC coincided with the start of Original 106. The views are great from the site, as is the coverage of an otherwise difficult area.


The view of Bristol to the north

Ilchester Crescent as seen from East Dundry Lane

Pur Down in the hazy distance

An general view of Dundry looking west from East Dundry Lane:
On the left is a collection of small masts with no broadcast services on in the centre of Dundry village.
On the right is Dundry church, then another larger tower with no broadcast services on,
then poking above the trees the tower known simply as Dundry, with GWR on it.

Dundry | Dundry East

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