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LEO I and the BR Job

Paper on the LEO railway distancing job. In 1955 British Railways approached Lyons in order to use LEO to calculate the distances between each of their 7,000 railway stations.

Includes a transcript of interview in April 2008 with Roger Coleman, programmer in charge of the LEO railway distancing job.

Date : 3rd October 2012

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH50817. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

LEO I and the BR Job

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