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Durris transmitting station

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Durris
Durris-mast.jpg
Durris transmitting station (Aberdeenshire)
Mast height322.0 metres (1,056 ft)
Coordinates57°00′N 2°23′W / 57°N 2.39°W / 57; -2.39
Built1966
BBC regionBBC Scotland
ITV regionSTV North

The Durris transmitting station is a broadcasting and telecommunications facility, situated close to the town of Stonehaven, within Durris Forest, within the area also known historically as Kincardineshire (grid reference NO763899). It is owned and operated by Arqiva, and is the tallest structure in Scotland.

History

It is also a feature in Durris Primary School's newest logo created in 2000 (the logo shows the mast on the hill with the sun and three trees).

It can be seen from the summit of Mither Tap, near Insch, Aberdeenshire and can also be spotted at night on the road down from the Lecht Ski Centre.

Construction

It has a 306.6 metres (1,006 ft) high guyed steel lattice mast, built by J. L. Eve Construction. It was constructed in 1966. 38-year-old Thomas Sutherland of Blairgowrie died in its construction on Monday 24 October 1966, falling 175ft from 300ft up the mast; the company had a regional office in Edinburgh[1]

Transmissions

Its coverage includes north east Scotland, from St. Andrews in the south to Fraserburgh in the north, including the city of Aberdeen. It also covers much of the North Sea coast between Dunbar and Berwick, although this coverage is not deliberate.

The analogue television transmission antennas surmounting the structure are contained within a GRP cylinder, and bring the overall height of the structure to 322.0 metres (1,056 ft),[2] making it the tallest structure in Scotland.

Services listed by frequency

Analogue radio (FM VHF)

Frequency kW[3] Service
89.4 MHz 2.1 BBC Radio 2
91.6 MHz 2.1 BBC Radio 3
93.8 MHz 2.1 BBC Radio Scotland
95.9 MHz 2.1 BBC Radio 4
96.9 MHz 10 Northsound 1
99.0 MHz 2.1 BBC Radio 1
100.5 MHz 10 Classic FM
106.8 MHz 10 Original 106

Digital radio (DAB)

Frequency Block kW[3] Operator
220.35 MHz 11C 2 Switch Aberdeen
223.93 MHz 12A 10 Digital One
225.64 MHz 12B 10 BBC National DAB

Analogue television

Analogue television was switched off during September 2010; BBC Two Scotland was closed on 1 September and the remaining four on 15 September.

Frequency UHF kW Service
479.25 MHz 22 500 BBC One Scotland
503.25 MHz 25 500 STV (North)
527.25 MHz 28 500 BBC Two Scotland
559.25 MHz 32 500 Channel 4
839.25 MHz 67 100 Channel 5

Digital television

See also

References

  1. ^ Aberdeen Press and Journal Thursday 12 January 1967, page 3
  2. ^ "Planning Applications — Ref: APP/2007/0827". Aberdeenshire Council. Retrieved 9 October 2018.
  3. ^ a b Radio Listeners Guide 2010
  4. ^ "Durris". UK Free-UK. Retrieved 9 October 2018.

External links


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