The original plans of the Radio Scotland ship

Before becoming a radio ship, the Comet was an Irish light-ship. She had been built on the Clyde some sixty years before and refitted for her new r´┐Żle in the Channel Islands. Unlike the other broadcasting vessels of the day, the Comet had no engines. These plans have been kindly donated by former Radio Scotland DJ Ben Healy.

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With many thanks to Ben.
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