And, last but not least, the neighborhood sqwak box - a Galaxy DX-2547 CB radio. Since most of my neighbors do not have their FCC license, we do a Neighborhood CB Net the 1st Monday of the month. A Neighborhood Watch, so to speak.
Antennas outside are:
Scanners: Diamond D300R discone, Cushcraft directional yagi both fed into Stridsberg 8-way multi-coupler
HF Radios: W6LVP magnetic loop, end-fed 40-ft PAR dipole, 80-ft random wire dipole
2m/440: Cushcraft AR270b vertical
CB: Astron 99 vertical
Also not pictured, various 2m/440 HTs, Baofengs, FRS/GMRS, etc.
...now I have radio envy. I'm embarrassed to post pictures of my humble little station but I will anyway
Yaesu's don't have the most intuitive menu system but I like having UHF/VHF/HF on the same radio. The little radio on the far right is an old Elecraft K1 QRP, CW only. It's always been my favorite radio. The red book is my "bug out book", it has everything I need if the internet goes down: freqs, maps, schedules, AmRRON SOI, etc.
I've got a few real HTs and 6 or 8 various baofengs. I'm a big fan of ABBREE antennas, they're a little clumsy but they work good.
Here is a photo of my backpack HF station. The Icom 703 HF rig, antenna and coax fit in the backpack, the batteries fit in the lunchbox. With this portable station I usually work 15, 20 and 40 meters. de KA5SIW