The rubbish tip photos, continued.

More Radio Essex / BBMS photos, possibly taken by Guy Hamilton

Dave Belasco
Handyman Dave Belasco / disc-jockey Dave Baron in the studio.
Mark West
Mark West.
Tony Mandell
Tony Mandell.
Richard Palmer
Richard Palmer outside the studio door.
the lounge
A room on Knock John. Roger Scott, writing on Facebook, suggests it is “the sleeping quarters after the bunks had been removed .... I think.”
Tony Mandell
Tony Mandell.
TV room
The TV. Guy says the meter on top of it was used for checking the station was still on the air.
Richard Palmer and Mark West
Richard Palmer, left, and Mark West off duty.
Dave Belasco, Mark West
Dave Belasco, left, and Mark West.
The BBMS transmitter.
This photo has confused Guy and Mike. The room looks like it is in the leg of the fort but neither of them can remember such a luxurious bed during their time on Knock John.
rough seas
Rough seas. Guy remembers: “A colossal storm in the estuary nearly submerged the remaining bits of the dolphin. We felt the fort shake that day!”

The station's aerial.
Dave Belasco up the aerial mast.
Dave Belasco up the aerial mast.

With thanks to Keith Webster, Brian Nichols, Guy Hamilton and Mike Brereton.
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