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61193 LEO I rack close-up (1954)


Description of Photograph

Photograph showing a close-up view of the LEO I racks, fully populated with the covers off.

This image appears in the interactive plan for our Virtual LEO I installation, p75.

Research comments: LEO I eventually had 21 valve racks, in four rows of 5 racks. The 21st rack stood on its own at the end of the row nearest the windows and was the last rack to be added. Some of the racks were labelled with their function. In this photograph the label 'STORE' can be seen on the top of the rack on the right hand side. (LM)

Provenance
Collected by Alan King and donated to the LEO Computers Society archive.


Date: 1954

Physical Description: 1 photographic print; black and white

Archives Hub References: CMLEO/LS/PH/1/61193
ALK/13/14

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH61193. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Photograph of 61193  LEO I rack close-up (1954)

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