Ten minute tour of TNMOC – now online

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A new video made by TVUK gives everyone the chance to have a ten-minute tour of The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park.

It gives a glimpse of a few of TNMOC’s growing number of displays: from the code-breaking Colossus through the restoration of the Harwell-WITCH computer, the Elliott 803, the ICL2966, to the home computing revolution in the PC gallery and the NPL Technology of the Internet gallery.

“This is not just a techie museum with machines in glass boxes. This is a working environment to show how machines worked – that’s the essence of The National Museum of Computing. As the Museum continues its rapid growth, there are many opportunities for new sponsors, new members and volunteers,” said Tony Sale, a trustee and director of The National Museum of Computing.

The National Museum of Computing warmly thanks Phil Fothergill of TVUK for creating the video.

Click here to see the video.

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