Online display of a collection of computers includes museum history, inhabitants, updates, and site search.
Codes and Ciphers in the Second World War
A collection of resources about the history, science and engineering of cryptanalysis in World War II by Tony Sale, original founder and curator of the Bletchley Park Museum.
Computer Conservation Society
A joint venture to preserve historic computers, develop awareness of the history of computing, and encourage research; includes information about their restoration and rebuild projects, membership, events, and news.
Computing at Chilton: 1961-2003
An account of the Atlas Computer Laboratory on the Chilton, Oxfordshire campus; a major computer laboratory until it closed in 1975. Includes resources on its history, computers, achievements and contributions, and staff.
DataServe Retro Computers
Provides information on the range of 8-bit micro computers focusing on the companies behind them, their development history and for most of them, their ultimate demise.
Early British Computers
An online edition of a book by Simon Lavington, covering vintage British computers and the people who built them.
Comprehensive repository for Memotech MTX information.
NCR UK Retirement Fellowship
Provides a history of NCR (The National Cash Register Company) and of the invention and development of accounting systems in business; focuses particularly on NCR in the UK.
Our Computer Heritage
Describes a three year project to identify, document and explain historical material relevant to the development of 80 computers designed and built in the UK between 1945 and 1970.
The Tony Sale Award
An international annual award in the area of computer conservation in honour of the late Tony Sale, a British pioneer of computer conservation.