Machinery from the 1960s reborn

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Stuart Baker
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Machinery from the 1960s reborn

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Anyone feel an affinity for this restoration project:
It's a big beast. I would like it go somewhere they will continue to keep it running. If it is kept behind a case, people will not be able to experience what it was like in the 1960s, with it working people can walk in, hear it, smell it and almost taste it and have a flavour of how it was back then.

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/computer-reboo ... 28588.html

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bluebirdsback
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Re: Machinery from the 1960s reborn

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Thats quite modern compared to mine.
The moment you make something idiot proof a new breed of idiots will come along and prove you wrong

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