Guglielmo Marconi conducted Scotland's earliest radio experiments here in Fraserburgh.
The replica shack in the Centre was originally sited in view of nearby Broadsea village.
The scenes from the windows of the shack are what Marconi and his workers would have viewed.
Another building later used by Marconi is shown as 67 Broadsea in this 1861 map.
We hope you will enjoy seeing the various communications equipment,
and trying your skill with the Morse key.
Read about the 2004 Marconi Centenary Event.
Hear about International Marconi Day on the Audio Tour.
On Marconi Day, Saturday 24th April 2010, Moray Sea Cadets visiting the Centre
watch amateur radio contacts being made as far away as Russia.
During the day, 75 contacts were made, including with Poldhu, London, Cardiff, Berlin, Arnheim,
Schipol, Norway, Finland, Italy, Portugal, Croatia and Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes.
Pointing on the Broadsea model to Broadsea Farm where Marconi had his radio shack.
The large old stone wall, still there where College Bounds meets Watermill Road, was part of the farm.
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