The G3XTZ aerial system. The LF aerial is suspended from the very top. It has two loading wires "inverted V" fashion and a feed wire dropping down to the coil at bottom-left (out of shot).
This is the loading coil at G3XTZ. It is wound on plastic fencing (a la G3LDO) and normally lives inside a bin bag to keep the rain off. You can hear by the signal that it works!
This is Graham's shack, a bit neater than mine (aren't they all?). The 136 TX is on the right, just behind the keyboard.
Here is Graham's TX output stage. Phase-splitter transformer on the left, big fets in the middle and O/P transformer (big square job) on the right. Simple eh?