A 1925 artist's conception of what Nikola Tesla's wireless power transmission system might look like in the future. Tesla spent the latter part of his life working on the transmission of electric power through
Nikola Tesla's Wardenclyffe wireless station, located in Shoreham, New York, seen in 1904. The 187 foot (57 m) transmitting tower appears to rise from the building but actually stands on the ground behind it.
Brochure image of Wardenclyffe Tower
Tesla Ready for Business., New-York tribune., August 07, 1901, Page 4, Image 4
Tesla's "World System" as depicted in a contemporary newspaper
A model of Wardenclyffe Tower, the high voltage wireless station built by Nikola Tesla in 1901-1902. Designed as a transatlantic radiotelegraphy and wireless power transmitter, it was never completed, and was
Nikola Tesla's Wardenclyffe lab building, seen in 1904.
This 1904 photo of Wardenclyffe was taken so that Tesla could go back to J. P. Morgan to try and get the additional funds he needed to finish the tower.
Wardenclyffe Tower wireless power station built by Serbian American inventor Nikola Tesla in Shoreham, New York 1901-1904. This was intended to be both a transatlantic wireless telegraphy (radio) station, and
Tesla's Wardenclyffe tower on Long Island in partial stage of demolition. On July 4, 1917 the Smiley Steel Company of New York began demolition of the tower by dynamiting it but it took till September to total
Tesla's Wardenclyffe plant on Long Island in partial stage of completion. Work on the 55-foot diameter cupola had not yet begun. Note what appears to be a coal car parked next to the building. From this faci