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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 11:50 on 23 September 2006.
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Many readers will know about a shop called Resurrection Radio, a little shop in Ashburton, Victoria, that deals with the sale and servicing of valve radios. I found this article today written by The Sydney Morning Herald which outlines the success story relating to this small business.

I had the privilege of visiting Resurrection Radio in late 2005 and was more than impressed with what I saw. I think I spent a good hour chewing the fat with the store's owner and as I walked out the door I was wishing I didn't have to get back to Sydney so soon - the shop's displays are that addictive!


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Brad.

A valve a day keeps the transistor away...


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