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Science Museum, London opened a gallery called The Information Age in 2014, which features, amongst other exhibits tracing the evolution of the information age, a special section devoted to LEO, including recordings of a teashop manageress reflecting on the changes the Teashop Job (L3) made to her life.

The museum's LEO holdings can be seen on their website. Their ICL Archive also contains items of relevance to the history of LEO Computers.
 
Please Note: This item is not in our collection and is included here for signposting purposes only.

Timeline for Science Museum :

Date Event
Mar 1956 Pegasus, produced by Ferranti Ltd., went into service in March 1956
8 Jan 1976 Science Museum open its Computer gallery to the public
May 1980 News Article : Challenge to schools
25 Oct 2014 The Queen opens a new 'Information Age' Gallery at the Science Museum


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