The ICL 2966 mainframe is the largest and most power-hungry system on display at TNMOC.
The ICL System 25 from 1980/81 was a flexible small office computer system and the successor to ICL System Ten.
The Harwell Dekatron computer was used at Harwell from 1951-57 and then won by Wolverhampton College, renamed the WITCH and used for teaching computing until 1973.
In 2008 LATCC (London Area Traffic Control Centre) kindly donated one of the last remaining PDP11 based air traffic control systems that were housed in West Drayton.
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