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Science Museum

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.

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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 Compter 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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