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Introduction
This part of the library contains a collection of scanned photographs of equipment which the Directorate had an association with, either on an operational or experimental basis.

During its fifty-five year history, the Directorate was responsible for specifying, procuring, engineering, installation/commissioning and subsequent maintenance of a wide range of telecommunications equipment used by the emergency services and other government departments.

In addition, some of the equipment which can be seen either in this collection, or elsewhere on this website (such as Intercom Journals) show equipment or concepts which the Directorate was investigating at the time, but may not have implemented on a national basis. 

page updated: 03/03/15

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Control
Systems

Control Systems

photographs of Control Systems and associated equipment.

Emergency
Comms

Emergency Communications

black and white photographs of equipment's and interior installation relating to the  Emergency Vehicles stationed at CCE Harrow.

MADE

MADE

photographs of equipment and publications associated with the Mobile Automatic Data Experiment (MADE) conducted by the Directorate during the 1970's.

Other
Equipment

Other

photographs of equipment of a general or specialist nature.

Pre-1970

Pre-1970

contains a collection of scanned black and white photographs of various types of equipment dating back to pre-1970.

Radio
Schemes

Radio Schemes

photographs of equipment used in Radio Schemes.

VHF Radio & Test Equipment

VHF Radio & Test Equipment

photographs from a catalogue of bygone era equipment

Speed
Traps

Speed Traps

photographs related to speed traps, or speed enforcement in today's jargon.

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