The Rocky Point transmitter site on the north shore of eastern Long Island, NY formed, along with the receive site at Riverhead, what was called "Radio Central" by RCA. Radio Central was the site of cutting edge radio technology of the time. A dozen Alexanderson alternators were installed here for intercontinental work. Dr. Harold Beverage researched the characteristics of his wave antenna in the pine barrens surrounding the station. It never seened possible at the time but Radio Central was eventually bulldozed and the Alexanderson antenna towers dynamited.
MRHS member Richard Dillman visited what was left at Rocky Point. Despite the best effort of the despoilers, some articacts remained to be seen.