My actual QTH was "Tarmstedt", about 15 km north of Bremen, located in "Teufels Moor" (the Devil's Swamp). I was a member of the Ham Radio Club in Worpswede, "I45". We were a small club, but very active in Club Contesting.
RIG No. 1 HERE: Drake C Line - R4-C with a tube-2nd mixer, T4X-C, and L4-B. the R4-C had a Sherwood "roofing filter" (except we didn't call them roofing filters back then).
RIG No. 2 HERE: TEN-TEC OMNI C, with a homebrew linear*. The amp has 6x PL509 Sweep Tubes (Spark Plugs). It was self contained and so light weight that I could carry it with just 2 fingers. Its output power was 1200w on 80m, 1100w on 40m, 1000w on 20m, 800w on 15m, and 600w on 10m. (*Running directly off of the mains with no transformer - living dangerously!)
- Fritzel FB-33, 3-el. trap beam above the roof of the house.
- Homebrew 2-el. Quad on a 30 ft. wooden mast behind the house.
- A double dipole for 80/40, also at 30 ft.
- Delta Loop for 40m (fed in the corner for vertical polarization).
- 14-el. J-Beam for 2m, on the roof of the house.
MICs: Shure 444 and a TEN-TEC mic.
Keyer: Homebrew (C-MOS) with time sequence keying to manage the timing for keying the CW and the amplifiers. The paddle was an Autronic.