It seems fitting to have found this story and video after two weekends having fun participating on-the-air in the annual AM Rally and AWA AM QSO Party. Incredibly, as heard @11:10s into the video, apparently first saved by concern over the diminutive Buena Vista Lake Shrew (link 1, link 2), I'm now wishing the AWA success with their salvage and display. Hope you enjoy reading and watching about it too. 73, John, WØPV In 2007, the Voice of America ceased operations at the Delano Relay site in Central California. The site is destined to be bulldozed along with several relics of Collins Radio Company's Broadcast Communications Division. The Collins Collectors Association, with assistance from the Antique Wireless Association, hatched a plan to retrieve one of the Collins 821A-1 250 KW Shortwave Transmitters from the site and place it on display for all to see. This presentation gives some history of VoA and the Delano site and follows the disassembly and relocation of Delano Relay DL-8. Dennis Kidder, @W6DQ, is a retired Aerospace Engineer, having spent nearly 45 years in System Engineering. His career spanned many fields - from building and operating large scale sound systems, computer systems used to publish newspapers and control communications satellites, 4 years as the Chief Telecom Engineer during the construction of the New Hong Kong International Airport, and finally, air defense radar systems and networked radio communications systems used by the military. First licensed as WN6NIA then WA6NIA over 50 years ago, Dennis was granted the callsign of one of his High School Elmers, Chek Titcomb (SK), W6DQ. Amateur Radio has been a nearly life-long passion. If you enjoyed this video, consider becoming a member of the Antique Wireless Association at https://antiquewireless.org/homepage/ Subscribe to the Antique Wireless Museum channel and you'll receive news of our latest video uploads.