Telescope and site Storm to the west of Molonglo. November 2014. Photo credit Miles Sweeney. Frosty morning at Molonglo, -10 C overnight. June 2015. Sunset through stormy sky, looking East. The Milky Way seen through the telescope structure. 35 mm DSLR. Image credit Fabian Jankowski. Dave Temby working on fine tuning the meridian drives from the cherry picker. Looking west from the end of the East arm. View to the west from near the center of the west arm. Gearing for the North-South drive. Flower-pot covers for the ring antennae, spaced half a wavelength (18 cm) apart. View of the meridian drive system with ring antennae geared with a linearly varying ratio with distance. The meridian motor is seen top left with a square axle (to its left). This feeds a gear box (far left) which turns the axle running from left to right with 7 vertical cogs driving the top gear on the ring antennae. View of the East arm, looking East from near the phasing hut. Panoramic view of East arm (left) and West arm (right), plus the main building, workshop and sleeping quarters. A foggy morning, winter 2013. End on view of the telescope, pointing at the zenith. Graduate student Sarah Bird is holding a 2 meter long stick for scale. Molonglo with crescent moon and pale Earthshine. Shivani and Duncan installing one of 88 RX boxes. Vivek V K goes for a ride with Dave Temby on the cherry picker. View from the cherry picker, looking East. Evan Keene and Dave Temby heading for LNA (low noise amplifier) inspection in the cherry picker. View East from the cherry picker, about half way down the West arm. Fred the tiger snake, sunbaking near bay E2. Credit: Fabian Jankowski.