August 21st, 2018

A trip to The National Museum of Computing
Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes.

Programming Languages and their creators.
Fortran, Algol, Cobol, Lisp, Basic, Pascal, C, Ada, Visual Basic, HTML, Java, Python, Ruby and Javascript
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Mechanical pocket calculator, 'The Curta' designed by Curt Herzstark
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Addiators
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Fuller's Cylindrical Slide Rule, 1878
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Muldico Calculating machine, 1930.
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
The Tunny Machine
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Lorenz SZ42
rotor stream cipher machine.
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Equipment in the Tunny Gallery
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ICL 2966 Mainframe Computer System, 1982. 8 MBytes of memory and 7 GBytes of storage.
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Slide Rules
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
EDSAC - Electronic delay storage automatic calculator. World's first electronic computer, 1947. 2 tons, 3000 valves with 650 instructions/second.
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
The Tunny Machine and the Heath Robinson Machine
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Harwell Dekatron Computer - WITCH
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Colossus computer
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Colossus computer
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Thermionic Valves
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Colossus computer
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Elliot 920C control panel
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Elliot 900 series
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Sterling dial-o-matic adding machine
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Commodore PET 2001and Apple II, 1977
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Creed & Co. teleprinter machines.
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Osborne 1 microcomputer, 1981
64k memory with 4MHz processor.
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Some of the early personal computers.
Amstrad
, Sinclair, Acorn and Commodore.
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Panoramic three-screen 3D airport tower simulator, used by NATS to train their air traffic controllers.
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Alpha Console for Air Traffic Control as used in the London Area Control Centre, Swanwick.
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Timeline for the history of the internet.
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Cray Y-MP EL, 1992 as seen in the 1992 movie 'Sneakers'
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Behind the scenes.
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
DEC PDP-8 minicomputer, 1965.
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Muldivo Calculating machine
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
Magnetic core storage, 1970's
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
The large disk has 4 MB of storage on each side.
The National Museum of Computing,
Bletchley Park.
The Turing Bombe.
The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park.
Fenny Popper
St Martin's Church, Fenny Stratford

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