Pictures of the Radcliffe telescope at ULO

[The Radcliffe telescope]

A drawing of the 18/24-inch Radcliffe telescope, a twin astrographic refractor, in its dome at ULO
A modern view of the Radcliffe telescopes showing the refurbished breech end, complete with CCD camera. The control system consoles are in the background.
The Radcliffe telescope on the east side of the pier.
The Radcliffe telescope on the west side of the pier, pointing south-east.
The Radcliffe in a workshop full of big telescopes (at Grubb?)
The mount of the radcliffe telescope being positioned in its original location in Oxford, circa 1902. It is believed that the man on the right in the suit and bowler hat is Sir Howard Grubb.
A view of the Radcliffe dome under construction in 1938
Another view of the Radcliffe dome under construction
The declination axle of the Radcliffe telescope being moved into its new housing at ULO

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