Updated 11-12-2010

December 2010 Column


Radio Club Museums
The New Jersey Antique Radio Club
Radio Technology Museum, just behind the Marconi Hotel
Marconi Hotel
Old Marconi Hotel, now Infoage Headquarters
Enter MuseumMuseum Entrance
Visible Radio
One of the working displays

YouTube Videos on the history of Infoage and Camp Evans

1 Fred Carl - introduction to Infoage

2 Pleasure Seakers project

3 Buildings

4 Name

5 Navy seized

6 Titanic

7 Secret work

Infoage Web Page

The New Jersey Antique Radio Club Page


Fred Carl
Fred Carl, saved Camp Evans!
Tony Flanagan
Tony Flanagan, started the New Jersey
Antique Radio Club


Order Book
To order book, click here or on the book



Repair ClinicFrom left: Aaron Heskes, KC2WGQ; Walt Heskes, W2MQ, Marty ,WB2BEW; and Chuck Paci, AC2DP repair an All American Five radio at one of the club's repair clinics. The club is really proud of this service, which usually happens every other month with a dozen radios worked on. The public is often invited to bring in radios and they are repaired for cost of parts only.
Recordable Media
Recorded Media display


K2TQN's Speaking Tour for this Year

100 Years ago this airship sailed from Atlantic City

Click on the photo to see a 45 minute video presentation about the flight.

Presentation starts 2 minutes into the video.

Airship America

John Dilks, K2TQN    125 Warf Road, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234-8501   e-mail: K2TQN@arrl.net