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Photos by Lee Goulding Page last updated: 2023-10-06
Addingham North Yorkshire
NGR: SE076492 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv)   Site Height: 152m      Structure Height: 35m
Digital TV: BBC A: 43   D3&4: 40   BBC B: 46  
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Comments: Addingham is a relay of Emley Moor (via Wharfedale)

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The mast is located in a farmer's field about half a mile to the south of the village and provides television pictures to Addingham, parts of Ilkley and north along Wharfedale about as far north as Bolton Abbey.

Picture 01 shows the quite well occupied tower in full and the other 2 pictures show detail of the top end of the mast from 2 different angles. Clearly visible is the vertical trough pointing towards Wharfedale which is a few miles to the east. Ilkley Moor to the south blocks Emley Moor most effectively - presumable allowing for the use of adjacent group B channels at this site.

Addingham was originally an IBA landlord site which entered service on 28-May-1976 to serve 1700 people. Channel 4 was added on 21-Mar-1986. DSO was on the 7th and 21st September 2011.


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