This is a beautiful place on a beach. Unfortunately, it was close to dark when we got here so the informational boards were hard to read. It is worthy of a return visit.
We rode out to the Marconi Station on a windy afternoon and had a nice view of ocean waves below. There is little left of the original station, just some concrete pads where the towers once sat but there is a lot of signage with the history of the site and the model of the station is nearby in the... 更多
Even though the original station is long gone, just the history involved makes it worth the stop. Great views and the perfect place to walk around.
If you are into early radio and history, then this is a must stop for you. This is where the very first wireless radio transmission form North America to Europe was made. See the equipment inside the Headquarters Building then drive out to the location the tower was at.
I'll never take today's technological marvels for granted. Behind our modern communications and computing gadgets is the work of true pioneers who took risks to prove their theories and to advance science and engineering. Marconi was a giant among them. Although the actual station no longer exists, you can stand on the site and take it all in, especially after... 更多
Not too much to see here, but if you're visiting the National Seashore it's an informative stop. There is more information about Marconi and the wireless communication at the National Seashore's Headquarters.
Don't bother going there just to see the station. The station itself is long gone, sacrificed to the elements, and an eroding cliffside. There is no evidence of aNY man made structures, nor is there any museum featuring artifacts of this significant event in telecommunication history. Instead go there to see the senic vista overlooking the Atlantic. That is worth... 更多
The actual wireless station no longer exists but the information kiosks were very interesting to read. the views overlooking the bluffs do not have the best vantage points of the beach below but are still beautiful.