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Computer Conservation Society

The Computer Conservation Society has collected technical and other background Information about all early UK computers including LEO. It holds monthly meetings at the British Computer Society Headquarters in London at which various aspects of its activities are presented. A website is devoted to the UK Computer Heritage and includes information about the origins of LEO and summaries of the LEO range. Click on the following link :
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The LEO record is incomplete and further technical information would be welcomed by the CCS. 

The CCS also maintains an index of documents relating to LEO including a complete listing of the Pinkerton papers held at the Science Museum and 65 technical drawings including two patent applications. Click on the following link :
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Please Note: This item is not in our collection and is included here for signposting purposes only.

Timeline for Computer Conservation Society :

Date Event
Mar 1956 Pegasus, produced by Ferranti Ltd., went into service in March 1956

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Computer Conservation Society



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