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Photos by Alexander Sives Page last updated: 2021-10-12
Kirkfieldbank South Lanarkshire
NGR: NS862443 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height:       Structure Height: 20m
Digital TV: BBC A: 29 D3&4: 31 BBC B: 37
BBC Radio:
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Digital Radio:
Comments: Kirkfieldbank is a relay of Black Hill. Pre B700 allocations: 50/59/55.

January 2006

Kirkfieldbank - it would appear that the transmit power is split between the village of Kirkfieldbank and those parts on the South side of the Clyde valley town of Lanark and New Lanark which are shielded from Black Hill. Kirkfieldbank entered service in September 1981.

Two tiers of crossed log periodics for transmit. They are pointing roughly southeast and southwest.

The town of Lanark looking up the Clyde valley towards New Lanark.

Lanark with Tinto Hill distant right

The view towards Kirkfieldbank

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