Re: [coldwarcomms] Re: ETAM (was Camp Dawson)(was Rowlesburg,WV relocation site?)
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>>The route that includes Arthurdale came into existance fairly late in the
>> Now, this was in fact, the first repeater out of Etam, but
>> it was between Etam and Rowlesburg. It gave the elevation
>> to the link, it would not work in the valley that Etam sits in.
> Interesting, a 1972 map shows Laurel Mt(talking to Arthurdale) and Etam R;
> with Etam R also shooting N to Rowlesburg(talking to Valley Pt); anyway
> the station with the possible Camp Dawson connection is Rowlesburg.
game - my 1971 map shows
the route you mention also, but not sure if the Etam R is another name for
laurel Mountain or not, it is a
glob of ink there.
I suspect it was listed as two sites, the Long Lines building, the compound
that, was Laurel Mountain, and the Earth Station Recieve site, although
right next to the site, was
Etam Recieve. Sounds very probable. I will pull the deed and see if it
says anything - when I get
a chance to pull it from storage.
I did find that the telco service to the Etam site is through the Rowlesburg