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Photos by Ray Cooper Page last updated: 2021-10-12
Cemaes Anglesey
NGR: SH373926 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height: 42m      Structure Height: 17m
Digital TV: BBC A: 32 D3&4: 34 BBC B: 35
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Comments: Cemaes is a relay of Llanddona. Pre B700 allocations: 45/49/42.

November 2005

Cemaes was orginally a BBC Landlord site which entered service in April 1981, with S4C from December 1982.

One of the reasons that this relay was needed. There is a whole string of these wind turbines along the hillside, situated between the village of Cemaes and the potential main station at Llanddona. Additionally, parts of the target area are well shadowed by the hillside, and would probably not have received a good signal from Llanddona in any case.

The business end. Four tx log-periodics point roughly north to illuminate Cemaes: the other four point roughly south, and seem to be serving the village of Llanfechell, which will also be suffering from the turbines. Below these, a single log-periodic on Llanddona as RBL.

Looking westwards along the coast, the large building on the hillside is the top end of the Wylfa nuclear power station.


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