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Anonymous reminiscence

The visitor also told me that he and a nearby lady neighbour had also worked at the Vickers site in the early 1950ís at a time when large numbers of the employees were contracted to undertake work on soldering electrical connectors and making wiring and cable looms to be used in the pioneering LEO computer developed by J. Lyons and company. Having originally been conceived to help with catering and bakery production for J. Lyons, in later years variants of the LEO design were also contracted to the Ministry of Defence to assist with missile and war head trajectories.

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH56578. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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