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Time-Line computer Archive Ltd is a not for profit company, our aim is to collect, restore and exhibit all types of early computers and electronics.

We hope that our website will give an insight to the development of computing and will help give inspiration to other people to collect rather than throw out historical electronics.

We also would like to make a record of peoples experiences of early Computing and Electronics primarily from Scotland and the North of England but also from Great Britain generally. If you have any Experiences of early computing or Electronics please don't hesitate to contact us.


 Kenbak- 1


Mr John V Blankenbaker with

his Kenbak-1 computer 

(Photograph supplied by Mr Blankenbaker)

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Atlas Robot Arm Rebuild









 ( Rebuild Part 1)      (Rebuild Part 2)  

 ( Rebuild Part 3)     (Rebuild Part 4)

Early Honeywell Mini-Computers









By Ian Spencer

Senior Lecturer at the Honeywell International School in London (Hammersmith) & Cologne

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Loopstra X1 Notes


Bram J Loopstra's X1 Colloquium-Cambridge Notes











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Sir William Henry BraggBorn at Westward (1862).

Joint Nobel prize winner along with his son (1915).

Ranked 3rd out of 87 in the “Great British Innovation” vote.


Computer Conservation Society’s "Resurrection" 

   (Winter 2015/16 )


  Wigton Market Cross  

 Prince Charles starts the

 New Wigton Market Cross

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