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Wed, Feb. 16th, 2011, 12:22 am
alohawolf: Living Computer Museum.



Today I visited the Living Computer Museum, its owned by Paul Allen and Technically part of Vulcan Inc. The best part about the museum is they offer free accounts on the VAX-11/780 they have (Running VMS), the XKL TOAD-1 (TOPS-20) and the DECSYSTEM-20 (TOPS-10).



DECSYSTEM-2065 Running TOPS-10


TOAD-1 Running TOPS-20



Alto II opened up for repairs


PDP-11/70



Data General Eclipse awaiting restoration.



VAX-11/785 which will likely get Unix 32V or an early BSD on it once they repair the CPU.


DECSYSTEM-10 used for testing.



Running PDP-7



Running PDP-8/e



TU78 9-Track Tape Drives, Hooked up to the 2065..



More DEC Logo's

Mon, Aug. 22nd, 2011 09:30 am (UTC)
(Anonymous): PDP-7 photo

Hi Robert,

I'm seeking permission to use your photo of the PDP-7 S#113 machine at the Living Computer Museum on my website - http://www.soemtron.org/pdp7.html - the PDP-7 systems register.

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Best regards,

Mike Hatch

Email - mike@soemtron.org
Soemtron calculators - www.soemtron.org
DEC PDP-7 - www.pdp-7.org

Looking for a PDP-7 (some hope!)


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