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Chris Parker: Comment

I worked at J. Lyons from February 1971 to 1976. My first job was working on the LEO III/7 and LEO 4/6. I was an operator during the conversion to an IBM365/65 over my first 6 months and, when all the systems had been copied (via a System 4 deck), the LEOs were deconstructed. 

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