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Museum of Computing in Swindon, Uk
« on: September 17, 2022, 09:23:05 PM »
A couple of friends and I paid a special visit to Swindon to go here today

https://www.museumofcomputing.org.uk/

It's quite small, a couple of shop units, but it's packed full of computers and consoles, many of which can be used.

There is a room with some Amigas on display; an A500, A500 plus, A600, the A500 mini, and an A1200 running classicWB and WHDLoad. There is also a CD32 in another room.

We spent a couple of hours looking around the exhibits and recommend it.
« Last Edit: September 17, 2022, 09:28:07 PM by AndyFC »
A1200 in DIY Tower. 3.2.1 ROMs, 3.5" HD, CD RW and IDE to SD adapter running off the internal IDE port (using the A4000 4-port IDE adapter from Amigakit), Blizzard 1230-IV, with 32MB 60ns RAM and 50MHz 68882 FPU. 3COM PCMCIA Network card running with Miami DX. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PrGdL6XjmE

MorphOS on PowerMac G5 and ATI 9600 pro