A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
Date: 2014 Jul 30, 17:56 +0100
Sorry, Culdrose bearing 109 deg. This skyvector is very good and gives route, bearing etc. The only problem seems to be the short range of the NDBs, so it will definitely be an emergency coastal nav system(in fog) here unless I can find any more radio stations like RTE ( I cant). But it is fun and surprisingly accurate.
What an interesting discovery.
My copy and paste didn't work.
Look at http://skyvector.com/
Zoom in almost anywhere in the USA and a beacon with morse code identifier will show up.