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Many of these sites cover more than one of the headings below, Iíve grouped them under what I personally consider to be each siteís main strength(s).  The order of listing is a rough approximation of the sites I personally visit most frequently, not an indication of the relative quality of the site.  All of these sites have something to offer, and my view is that there is never too much information about or too many pictures of classic wireless receivers! 

I want to buy a classic wireless

www.ebay.co.uk  then go to collectables >radio/television/telephony> radio

www.vintageradio.co.uk

www.pasttimesradio.co.uk

www.nostalgicvintageradio.com

I want to attend a classic wireless collectors fair or "swapmeet" 

www.nvcf.co.uk  (Midlands - NVCF)

I want to join a society or club interested in classic wireless

www.bvws.org.uk

www.radiobygones.co.uk

I want to know how to repair my classic wireless

www.vintage-radio.com   

I want someone to repair my wireless for me

www.vintagewireless.net

www.radiocraft.co.uk

I want a spare part for my classic wireless

www.vcomp.co.uk   

I want to chat about classic wireless in an online Forum

www.vintagetvandradio.myfreeforum.org/index.php

www.vintage-radio.net

I want to see online collections of others interested in classic wireless

www.bvwtm.org.uk

www.earlywireless.com

www.portabletubes.co.uk

www.valve.demon.co.uk

www.radio-memories.co.uk

www.vintageradioworld.co.uk

www.classaxe.com/wireless/   

www.dynatronmuseum.org.uk

www.rgd.org.uk

www.thevalvepage.com

I want a circuit diagram for my classic wireless 

www.murphy-radio.co.uk   

www.mauritron.co.uk

www.service-data.com

Worldwide Links  A page of the best International Links is coming shortly, here's a top quality preview:

www.radiomuseum.org  

www.antiquesboedo.com.ar

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