August 21st, 2018

The National Museum of Computing
Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes
Fenny Stratford - Little Brickhill

Programming Languages and their Creators
Fortran, Algol, Cobol, Lisp, Basic, Pascal, C, Ada, Visual Basic, HTML, Java, Python, Ruby and Javascript
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Mechanical Pocket Calculator
'The Curta' designed by Curt Herzstark
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Addiators
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Fuller's Cylindrical Slide Rule, 1878
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Muldico Calculating Machine, 1930
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The Tunny Machine
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Lorenz SZ42
Rotor Stream Cipher Machine
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Equipment in the Tunny Gallery
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ICL 2966 Mainframe Computer System, 1982. 8 MBytes of memory and 7 GBytes of storage
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Slide Rules
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EDSAC - Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator. World's first electronic computer, 1947. 2 tons, 3000 valves with 650 instructions/second
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The Tunny Machine and the Heath Robinson Machine
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Harwell Dekatron Computer - WITCH
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Colossus Computer
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Colossus Computer
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Thermionic Valves
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Colossus Computer
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Elliot 920C Control Panel
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Elliot 900 Series
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Sterling Dial-o-Matic Adding Machine
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Commodore PET 2001 and Apple II, 1977
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Creed & Co. Teleprinter Machines
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Osborne 1 Microcomputer, 1981
64k memory with 4MHz processor
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Some of the early personal computers.
Amstrad
, Sinclair, Acorn and Commodore
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Panoramic three-screen 3D airport tower simulator, used by NATS to train their air traffic controllers
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Alpha Console for Air Traffic Control as used in the London Area Control Centre, Swanwick
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Timeline for the history of the internet
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Cray Y-MP EL, 1992 as seen in the 1992 movie 'Sneakers'
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Behind the Scenes
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DEC PDP-8 Minicomputer, 1965
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Muldivo Calculating Machine
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Magnetic Core Storage, 1970's
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The large disk has 4 MB of storage on each side
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The Turing Bombe
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Fenny Popper
St Martin's Church, Fenny Stratford

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