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Dick Cromwell: LEO Memories

I went to LEO II at Elms House Hammersmith in February 1959. I left in April 1963 to start LEO III training. I started as an Assistant Engineer, then Shift Engineer and finally in July 1962 became Chief Engineer at the site. I moved on to LEO III/16 and took it to Kayser Bondor at Baldock, Hertfordsire.

Dick's full account details his time at the London service bureau working on LEO II/1.

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