Maps, maps, have we ever got maps! This page is the index to all the maps posted on the site. Many of the site's other pages also contain maps or context-related links to maps, but this is the unified listing.
Note: Because they contain small print some of these images have been sized to fill a 1024 x 768 screen. See the Photo Viewing Tips page for information which will help assure that you are able to view images on this site at their full size.
Cities with Stations: The little Marine Radiotelephone Service pamphlets produced by AT&T contained maps that showed the city locations of the stations. Taken together these maps show some of the changes in the operational status of the stations serving the US including those serving the lakes and rivers. There are both MF/HF and VHF maps covering the period from the late 1950s to the early 1980s as follows:
Known errors on the AT&T MF/HF maps are:
WAY - Chicago should be included on all of the Mississippi Valley frequency lists.
~ The Pittsburgh station shown on this map was licensed but not on the air.
* The ownership for WBL on this map should be (11) rather than (4).
# WAY - Chicago should be included on this map as a Bell System station.
VHF-FM Networks: Several of the stations (or successors) operated multi-station remotely-controlled VHF-FM networks. Here are maps of some of those networks:
Station Locations: The exact locations for the stations with links below are known, and the MS Streets and Trips program has been used to generate maps showing the station location(s) in more detail:
Canadian Stations: Here's a 1950 Map of the Canadian Great Lakes Stations, and here is a link to the (Off-Site) Canadian MTCS Maps page displaying coverage maps for the present network of VHF-FM stations.
(Can you contribute additional maps? -- or exact location information for WGK?)
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