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Photos by David Neale Page last updated: 2021-12-26
Harbertonford Devon
NGR: SX780559 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height:       Structure Height: 17m
Digital TV: BBC A: 32 D3&4: 34 BBC B: 35
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Comments: Harbertonford is a relay of Beacon Hill. Pre B700 allocations: 52/48/56.


Harbertonford is a tripole with an added shadow that was installed to support the O2 Installation.

The tower has 4 horizontal logs for receiving Beacon Hill and a fifth one above them for transmission so presumably, like Mount Vernon, the white cylinder shields something other than a broadcast aerial.

(We've had confirmation from Neil Byng (M1CFK) that the top cylinder is a 3uk /tmobile tx aerial, under the mbnl umbrella).

Harbertonford was built by the IBA to serve about 500 people in Harbertonford and Austin's Close. It entered service on 9-May-1986.

Above: The village of Harbertonford

Below: The River Harborne

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