On this page you will find a number of images of VOR Beacons which were kindly taken and supplied by Warren. The images below show some of Warren's collection of VOR images, and include the Vortac system at Sea Isle, in Cape May Courthouse, New Jersey, USA, which operates on 114.8 MHz, and uses the callsign 'SIE'. The co-ordinates are 39°05'43.809N 074°48'01.198W.
There are also images of the 'WWD' Wildwood Localizer facility at KWWD (Cape May County Airort) NJ, USA, which operates on 108.9 MHz (39°00'02.27N 074°54'20.213W), the 'DCA' VOR at Washington DC on 111.0 MHz (38°51'34.031N 077°02'11.166W), the 'ETX' VORTAC at East Texas on 110.2 MHz (40°34'51.542N 075°41'02.284W - that's Warren himself in the image!).
There is a co-located Locator and Outer Marker at University Park Airport, (UNV) State College, PA, USA. The ID is UN', and the name of the LOM is Penue, this operates on 388 kHz (40°54'37.108N 077°44'30.311W). There is a NDB at McKeesport, in White Oak Park, Pennsylvania USA (40°21'18.649N 079°46'51.665W), and this one serves an approach to Runway 28 at AGC (Allegheny County Airport).
The Middle Marker facility at Elkhart Municipal Airport, Indiana, USA is situated 2590 feet from the approach end of Runway 27, and according to 'Airnav' is located at: 41°43'15.400N 085°59'10.000W. And last but not least, The Montour VORTAC (MMJ) is located just outside the eastern perimeter of PIT (Pittsburgh International Airport, USA), and is listed as being at: 40°29'17.346N 080°11'37.937W, with the callsign 'MMJ', which is transmitted on 112.0 MHz.
Warren's collection also shows a couple of shots of the Vance L-VORTAC, in South Carolina, and this transmits on 110.4 MHz. The second shot shows 'Naval Station Road', which is a public road leading to and past the site. 'Airnav' lists this on at: 33°28'29.388N 080°26'55.114W. And what a beautiful day it was for photography!
The Philipsburg VORTAC (PSB) gallery shows this facility, which is located near to Philipsburg PA, USA. This operates on 115.5 and is a high altitude facility. The coordinates for this one according to 'Airnav' are: 40°54'58.517N 77°59'33.789W.
Warren took the shots of the Buffalo VOR/DME, which is located near to the Buffalo/Niagara International Airport at Buffalo, NY on the 13th of June 2009, this one operates on 116.4 MHz, the coordinates shown for this one on the Airnav site are 42°56'25.8890N 078°43'55.8000W. Warren says that the long shot shows the access road with a photo of the "SECURITY" gate, and that this facility is now surrounded on all sides by newer construction middle class homes, and it looks like the vor was once sitting out there by itself, and then suburban sprawl kicked in in the last 15 years around the site.