April 5th, 2017

Science Museum

Shell Centre Building near the
Hungerford Bridge and
Golden Jubilee Bridges,
London
St Paul's Cathedral from
Hungerford Bridge and
Golden Jubilee Bridges,
London
Waterloo Station, London
Opened in 1848.
Victory Arch over the main entrance, commemorates World War I
River Thames from the Hungerford Bridge and Golden Jubilee Bridges
The Shard. Tallest building in the UK at 1,016 ft
Babbage Difference Engine
Science Museum, London
Scheutz Difference Engine
Science Museum, London
Early Calculator, 1885
Science Museum, London
Richard Sheepshank's Telescope, 1829
Science Museum, London
X-ray Shoe Machine, 1950
Science Museum, London
Theodolite from the Survey of Ireland 1826
Science Museum, London
Ocean Modeller
Science Museum, London
Tide Calculator
Science Museum, London
Enigma Machine, 1934
Science Museum, London
Differential Analyser, 1935
Science Museum, London
Elliot Computer, 1954
Science Museum, London
Logic Computer, 1949
Science Museum, London
Greenwich Time Service
Science Museum, London
Quantum Computing Chip, 2012
This chip was used in quantum cryptography and

Shor's factoring of the number 21

Science Museum, London
A Calculator for Reinforced Concrete
Science Museum, London
Mirror Anamorphosis, 1750
Science Museum, London
William Froude's Slide Rule, 1877
Science Museum, London
Turret Clock
Science Museum, London
Celestial Globe
China, 1830
Science Museum, London
The Clockmakers' Company collection
Science Museum, London
Marine Chronometer, 1830
Science Museum, London
C19th Skeleton Clock
Science Museum, London
Watch movement by
Thomas Mudge, 1755
Science Museum, London
Pocket Watch
Science Museum, London
Pocket Watch Collection
Science Museum, London
Pharmacy Leech Jar by Samuel Alcock & Co.,
Stoke on Trent
Science Museum, London
Electrotherapy Equipment by
Thomas Blunt
, 1801-1822
Science Museum, London
Joseph Lister's Microscope, 1839
Science Museum, London
Miniature Phrenological Heads made by William Bally, 1831
Science Museum, London
X-ray Tube
Science Museum, London
4-stage Scout Rocket, used from 1961 to 1994.
Science Museum, London
Black Knight Rocket 1957,
Black Knight re-entry head, 1957 and
Gamma 201 engine, 1957
Science Museum, London
Apollo 11 Astronaut
wearing gold visored
helmet, standing beside
the Moon Lander
Science Museum, London
The Hubble Telescope
Science Museum, London
Black Arrow R4 Rocket Engine
Science Museum, London
Moon Lander
Science Museum, London
Apollo Seismometer
Science Museum, London
Moon Rock
Science Museum, London
Satellite Models
Science Museum, London
Tim Peak's Spacecraft, 2015
Science Museum, London
Apollo 10, 1969
Science Museum, London
Early Weaving Loom
Science Museum, London
William Lee's
Knitting Machine, 1589
Science Museum, London
Harrison Power Loom, 1851
Science Museum, London
Budding's Lawn Mower, 1832
Science Museum, London
Early Vacuum Cleaners
Science Museum, London
Early Sewing Machines
Science Museum, London
Traction Engine, 1871
Science Museum, London
49 Columbine 2-2-2
Grand Junction Railway Steam Engine designed by Alexander Allan
Science Museum, London
Rotary Printing Press, 1870
Science Museum, London
Model Paddle Wheel Engines of the
SS 'Great Eastern' designed by
John Scott Russell, 1853-1857
Science Museum, London
Theodolite, 1791
Science Museum, London
Cray 1A Computer, 1976
Science Museum, London
Clock of the Long Now,
also known as 1,000
year clock, 1999
Science Museum, London
'Dandy' hand-operated apple peeler
made by Goodell Co.,
Antrim, New Hampshire
Science Museum, London
Admiring the houses in Ascot

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