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Photos by Mick Glaves and Ben Smith Page last updated: 2014-01-10
Talley Carmarthenshire
NGR: SN639332 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height: 22m      Structure Height: 17m
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Comments: Talley is a relay of Carmel

Mick Glaves was the first photographer to visit this relay for us. He reported that The Talley relay is much harder to get at than nearby Llansawel, being on the top of a steep hill with no obvious vehicular access. As the temperature was about 30C that day I decided against climbing the hill so you'll have to make do with this long shot taken from the Abbey at Talley.

DSO was on the 26th August and 23rd September 2009.


Since then, Ben has been back with his intrepid Land Rover: Access was via a very steep track leading to a house near the top of the hill on which this TX stands. Public highway 'till the gates of the house, than a short (but steep!) footpath to the TX itself.

Talley is a very basic affair with a yagi as the recieve aerial and two pairs of crossed logs as the transmit antenna, the latter pointing up and down the valley covering Talley itself and the nearby village of Edwinsford.

The whole install looks like it's been here a while - it's well weather-beaten and all rather rusty! Talley entered service in May 1986.

















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