The James Millen Memorial Station
is located at the Museum Annex of the Antique Wireless Association
in Bloomfield, NY. This is the station which was used by Millen
in the late 30's and basically stayed untouched at his home until
being relocated in 1985. Below are pictures of the station as
provided by John Dilks. This station has been returned to operation
and is frequently used for AWA activities and events. If the reader
requires further information on the station and the move they
can reference the AWA's Old Timers Bulletin, Volume 35, Number
4 (November 1994) or Electric Radio Magazine issue number 69 (January
Receiver: Behind the microphone is an early production
run National HRO receiver. The Receiver was restored by Bill K3ZJW.
Comprising most of the three six-foot relay racks, this 1KW transmitter
uses push-pull 204A finals and a pair of 851's in the modulator.
You can see the glow of the 851 modulator tubes in the right-side
picture. The transmitter was restored by Bob W2ZM.