Post by A. non Eyemouse Post by Brian Howie Post by Peter Able Post by Brian Morrison
Was G2CWO ever issued? If it wasn't, then it can't be re-issued.
I don't know the answer to that question.
Yes - F.Osborn, Chingford
F. Osborn was G2CVO
The original G2CWO or 2CWO pre-warÂ either packed it in before 1950
or died. I can't see any reason it wasn't issued.
The Spring 1935 callbook only goes up to 2BZW, so I guess 2CWO was
issued in aboutÂ late 1935 early 1936.
I've already found one anomaly - 2AUA is not the same as G2AUA in my
1964 callbook. So maybe there was some re-cycling of the AA calls?
Here's a bunch from Brian Howie's 1920/1930 call book link, that
strongly suggests a fair amount of recycling was going on:
2WC. No Record.
2WD. C.W. Clarabut, Bedford.
2WD. G. McLean Wilford, The End House, Hilderstone Rd. Stoke.
2WE. No Record.
2WF. Prof. A.M. Low, London W4
2TV. E.W. Wood, Northampton.
2TV. Baird Television Co. London WC2.
2TW. T.B. Wimbush, Signals Section, IHG.
2TW. Baird Television Co., Harrow.
2TW. H. Lershnan, Ashbank, Old Pomont, Stirling.
2TX. A.R.C. Johnson, London W3.
2TX. E.H. Osborne, Coastguard Bungalow, Felixstowe.
2TY. S. Scott, Queensgate, Bridlington.
2TY. W.J. Edwards, Llansamiet, Swansea.
2TY. H.R. Haigh, Youngwoods, Alverthorpe, Wakefield.
2TZ. E. Jones, Stockport.
2TZ. C.E. Biggs, Winterbourne Abbas, Dorchester.
There's plenty of other examples.
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