We came to tnmoc at Bletchley Park to see the WITCH machine. It is amazing that a computer built in 1951 is still humming and buzzing. They have a very good sample of anything that mattered since then, including even some computing machines dating back to 1930, that are still operating.
It is really amazing what the people at tnmoc are doing, restoring and displaying.
They have Cray supercomputers, loads of BBC micros and the BBC touchscreen surface table, operating!
A large room is dedicated to Acorn Computers, including the desktop PCs from Acorn (later ARM).
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