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Justa small update tonight. I have added some of the newer pages to the Sitemap page and I have changed the format of the linking between neighbouring pages on those articles here that have more than one page. I was time to make things a bit more uniform in that respect. Both tasks have been completed to make Vintage Radio more Search Engine Optimised (SEO). This will help more people find this site, no matter what their favourite search engine is.


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Brad.

A valve a day keeps the transistor away...


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