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Telegraph Key Used by Glen Riddle Operator Same as One Used on Titanic:

from delconewsnetwork.com on February 2, 2019
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Spotlight On History: Telegraph Key Used by Glen Riddle Operator Same Version as One Used on the Titanic:

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Telegraph Key Used by Glen Riddle Operator Same as One Used  
by AA4PB on February 2, 2019 Mail this to a friend!
Somehow I doubt that they used a key/sounder combo, like that shown in the picture, on the Titanic since the Titanic used wireless communications. They would have been listening to the sound of a rotary spark transmitter in their receiver headset, not a sounder.
 
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