The History of InfoAge Science & History MuseumsEdward Henderson’s 1912 Belmar Wireless Station Postcard
Mr. Edward Henderson, photographer in his Belmar Bl. driveway with Marconi mast in background
Black & White Belmar Station photo from across the Shark River was taken April 12, 1914, by Wall / Glendola resident Edward Henderson. His vantage point was somewhere in the Shark River Hills. He published the photo below as a postcard.
The Marconi Hotel aka building 9001
The Station Manager’s residence – Building 9002
The chief engineer’s residence Building – 9003
The wireless operations building – Building 9004
To see photos of the interior of this building in 1922
The light and heat plant – Building 9006
One of the balancing towers along the Shark River’s southwest shore.
The top portion of this one was saved and is a Marconi historical marker on Marconi Road.
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InfoAge Science & History Museums
2201 Marconi Road
Wall, NJ 07719