Here are some interesting links related to telegraphy.

Some books

*“The Electromagnetic Telegraph” by J.B. Calvert
http://mysite.du.edu/~jcalvert/tel/morse/morse.htm

*”Distant writing” from Steven Roberts
http://distantwriting.co.uk/

 

Some websites

www.telegraphlore.com  from Greg Raven

http://atlantic-cable.com/  from Bill Burns

http://w1tp.com/   from Tom Perera

http://www.telegraph-history.org from John Casale

http://www.telegraph-office.com/  from Neal McEwen

http://telegraphmuseum.org/.. Porthcurno telegraph museum

http://www.sparkmuseum.com  from John Jenkins

http://www.zianet.com/sparks/index.html  from Russ Kleinman

http://www.n7cfo.com/  from Lynn Burlingame

http://www.vibroplexcollector.net/  from Randy Cole

http://www.telegraphkeys.com/  from Doug Palmer

 

And there is also my first website with (only) images of my telegraphs and some other apparatus:
http://www.telegraphsofeurope.net/   > courtesy of Greg Raven.

 

>>> Please let me know if you want to add yours and/or other interesting ones.

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