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Kettlewell North Yorkshire
NGR: SD986680 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height: Structure Height: 17m
Digital TV: BBC A: 42 D3&4: 45 BBC B: 39
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Comments: Kettlewell is a relay of Emley Moor

Kettlewell, a dependent of Emley Moor, is situated on Wassa Hill some 4 miles south of the village.  This location is sufficiently high to allow direct reception of Emley Moor which is about 40 miles to the south and also permits the relay to cover both upper Wharfedale and adjacient Littondale in a kind of 'two-fingered' reception pattern. 

The 8 vertically polarised Yagis send the bulk of the signals due north with the 2 west-pointing aerials also providing a service to the villages of Kilnsey and Conistone.

The long and winding road to Kilnsey and Conistone. Kilnsey is well known to mountaineers for its challenging crags and to cricket fans for being the one-time (and possibly current) home of Yorkshire and England fast bowling legend 'Firey' Fred Trueman.

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