Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Morse Code used in Athenry Post Office and Railway Station by Ronan Killeen

When I was previoulsy doing an article on the Athenry Post Office, I was given a this item from a person that worked in the Athenry Post Office pre-1950's  in the image of what Morse code looked like. It was used in Athenry Post Office and also the railway station. The Morse code would go to three different area's from Athenry which were Galway, Ballinasloe and Loughrea.

If anyone else knows about Morse code used in Post Offices do let us know please at athenrylohis@gmail.com or just leave a comment below the article.  







A = .-

B = - . . .

C = - . - .

D = - . .

E = .

F = .. - .

G = - - .

H = ....

I = . .

J = . - -

K = - . -

L =. - ..

M = - -

N = - .

O = - - -

P = . - - .

Q = - - . -



R = . - .

S = . . .

T = -

U = .. -

V = . . . -

W = . - - -

X = - . . -

Y = - . - -

Z = - - ..

4 comments:

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