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The North West of England pioneered a great deal in the world computers including in 1947 the so-called Manchester computer that ran the world's first stored computer programme.

The Time-Line Computer Archive is in the process of being set up, the creation of the Museum and Archive is the brain child of Michael Armstrong and Sandra Hodson. They have already collected 1000s of items from full-scale main frame computers through to punched-card input devices. If you would like to know more or contact Michael or Sandra via their website click http:/​/​t-​lcarchive.​org/​

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Category:Science and Technology
Subcategory:Computers
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Keywords:computer archives, computer history, computers, cumbria, electronics, wigton

HRS 2477 Computers, Commodore PET

electronics

HRS 2478 Computers, Computer Circuitry

electronics

HRS 2479 Computers, Cathode ray tube

electronics

HRS 2480 Computers, Ferrite computer memory

Electronics

HRS 2481 Computers, Input keyboard and equipment

electronics

HRS 2482 Computers, Winchester disk drives

electronics

HRS 9859 Linotron 303 Input Operator

HRS 9859 Linotron 303 Input Operator

HRS 9860 Linotron 303 open cabinet

HRS 9860 Linotron 303 open cabinet

HRS 9861 Linotron 303 circuitry close up

HRS 9861 Linotron 303 circuitry close up

HRS 9862 Linotron 303 operations panel

HRS 9862 Linotron 303 operations panel

HRS 9863 Linotron 303 Close of of circuit board

HRS 9863 Linotron 303 Close of of circuit board

HRS 9864 Linotron 303 operations panel

HRS 9864 Linotron 303 operations panel

HRS 9865 Linotron 303 Light panel

HRS 9865 Linotron 303 Light panel

HRS 9866 Linotron cabinet open door

HRS 9866 Linotron cabinet open door