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Photographs of LEO I

 

61847  St Mary's College gateway experimental workshop (1949)
61848  Experimental delay tube on the workshop bench  (1949)
61849  LEO I racks during construction  (1950)
61851  Close-up of a LEO I rack  (1950)
61852  LEO I racks set up for the Demonstration  (1950)
61850  John Pinkerton at the blackboard for the LEO I Demonstration  (1950)
61299  LEO I racks with exhaust trunking assembled (10 June 1950)
61301  Ray Shaw with mercury delay line parts (June 1950)
61302  Mercury delay line parts (June 1950)
61853  View across the LEO I racks towards the power supply units  (1950)
61854  View through the LEO I racks  (1950)
61855  LEO I Storage Unit  (1950)
61856  LEO I Test Rack  (1950)
61858  LEO I Storage Unit - rear view  (1950)
61293  LEO I power supply units (c1950-1)
61857  LEO I Control Console during Installation  (1950)
61859  Derek Hemy at the blackboard  (1952)
61860  LEO I Console Display Tubes  (1952)
61861  Gordon Gibbs, Derek Hemy and Ernest Lenaerts  (1952)
61862  Leo Fantl and Ernest Lenaerts  (1952)
61300  Ernest Lenaerts and Wally Dutton (c1952)
61866  STC gas tubes from early development of LEO I  (early 1950s)
61863  Empty LEO I rack  (1953)
61864 LEO I "Co-Ordinator"  (1953)
61295  LEO I power distribution panels  (Oct 1953)
61867  Hollerith Tabulator, LEO I  (1953)
61868  Hollerith Tabulator, LEO I  (1953)
61869  The LEO Gremlin, front view  (1953)
61870  The LEO Gremlin, side views  (1953)
61871  The LEO Gremlin, a healthy condenser  (1953)
61872  LEO  I - replacing the floor  (1953)
61873  LEO  I - replacing the floor  (1953)
61874  LEO I - replacing the floor (1953)
61875  LEO I - replacing the floor (1953)
61294 Ferranti Paper Tape Reader (c1953)
61876  LEO I Public Demonstration: Roller Blind Caption  (1954)
61296  LEO I operators console chassis  (Sep 1954)
61877  LEO I Control Desk  (1954)
61190  LEO I racks (1954)
61191  LEO I racks (1954)
61192  LEO I - Rack no 21 (1954)
61193  LEO I rack close-up (1954)
61194  Mercury delay line 'coffin', interior
61195  LEO I console (1954)
61297  LEO I general view  (c1953-54)
61704  John Pinkerton at LEO I console  (1954)
61705  TR Thompson looking at LEO I punched tape
61865  LEO I rack with covers  (1954)
62296  General view of LEO I  (c1954)
61196  LEO I equipment in storage/build area (?)
61298  LEO I view down central aisle to engineering console (1955)
62295  LEO I Engineering Console  (1955)
61706  Stan Evans with LEO I (c1956)
61708  'Chas' working on LEO I  (c1956)
61709  Four LEO I Operators  (c1956)
61710  Jimmy Wheeler working on LEO I (c1956)

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