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The Battery Room

The storage battery
The storage battery
The main battery room adjoins the power house.

This contains a lead storage-battery of some 2,000 ampere-hours, one object of which is to provide a supply of current for a short time during an emergency.

It also serves to light the building, and to provide a small amount of power when neither of the main transmitters is in use.

Still proceeding towards the front of the building, next to the battery room there is a closed-in space where lorries can unload, and beyond this there is a repair workshop and a store for spare parts.

Along one side of the battery room, packing space, and a workshop, there is a passage-way, to the roof of which are fixed the bare copper feeders running to the motor generator room.

Next: The Motor Generator Room


Foreword and Index
Introduction
The Aerial System
The Power House
The Battery Room
The Motor Generator Room
The Transmitter Hall
The Control Room and Studio
Wavelengths and Programmes
The Principal Contractors

Related Information:
A History of Brookmans Park Transmitting Station by Lilian Caras 1982 (revised January 2002)
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