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Photos by Lee Goulding Page last updated: 2017-10-23
Walsden South West Yorkshire
NGR: SD937215 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height:       Structure Height: 15m
Digital TV: BBC A: 43 D3&4: 46 BBC B: 50
BBC Radio: Radio 1: 98.0 Radio 2: 88.4 Radio 3: 90.6 Radio 4: 92.8
Ind. National Radio:
Ind. Local Radio:
Digital Radio:
Comments: Walsden South is a TV relay of Emley Moor (via Cornholme, Todmorden and Walsden) and a network FM relay of Holme Moss (via Cornholme)

This site provides television and FM signals to the valley of the Walsden Brook between Todmorden and Littleborough on the West Yorkshire / Greater Manchester boundary.

Originally an IBA landlord site, TV transmissions commenced in August 1979, with Channel 4 from June 1987.

This photo shows the mast, including the receiving aerials which although appearing
to point in the same direction actually receive their feeds from 2 different sites -
UHF from Walsden and FM from Cornholme both of which are roughly north of the site.

UHF TV at the top. A four tier UHF cardioid. The folded dipole on the right transmits FM radio.

The receive aerials

The year was 1990. Radio 1 was added in 1994.

VHF/FM BBC National coverage area map

Cornholme | Walsden

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