Flugmeldemess Stellungen in France, .kmz file

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hakobordeaux
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Re: Flugmeldemess Stellungen in France, .kmz file

Post by hakobordeaux » 25 Mar 2020 20:20

Bo2 wrote:
27 Jan 2014 17:02
Bonsoir
dirk Peeters wrote:i ll think Bohrwurm (Bordeaux the two Wurzburgs
Dirk
Yes JF
Hi gentlemen,

Should possible than Bohrwurm got another Freya ?

first freya (north east)
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Second freya (north)
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Re: Flugmeldemess Stellungen in France, .kmz file

Post by nordfriese » 27 Mar 2020 11:22

Hi!
hakobordeaux wrote:
25 Mar 2020 20:20
Should possible than Bohrwurm got another Freya ?

first freya (north east)
Image
Bohrwurm was a "Flugmeldemess-Stellung 2.Ordnung"

Most people forget, that to each "Flugmeldemess-Stellung" 1. or 2.Ordnung
belonged at least one "Y-Linie", which was a "Hans" and a "Heinrich".
For pictures/drawings, please see here: http://www.gyges.dk/fightercontrol_stations%203.htm

Thanks for the pictures... :wink:

Best wishes
Rolf

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Re: Flugmeldemess Stellungen in France, .kmz file

Post by hakobordeaux » 27 Mar 2020 15:50

Hi Rolf,
Thank you for your answer ! this is quite an interesting thing to dig up, but something is warning me ! The two structures in concrete (?) seems to have the same measures ... We can notice four plots in each circles ... So is it possible that the freya has been moved to one place to another ? Or in your mind it is a mast for antenna "Y" with four supports ?

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Thanx

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Re: Flugmeldemess Stellungen in France, .kmz file

Post by nordfriese » 31 Mar 2020 20:05

Hi!
I used geoportail with its 1950-picture.
Because I can't measure anything on the picture, I used my cursor.
The cursor has almost the same size as a Würzburg-Riese-socle.
Both of the circles are so large, that I can put my cursor twice into the circle.
So the circle must have been around 8 to 10 meter and this is much too large
for the socles of a Freya.

Any other ideas?

Best wishes
Rolf

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