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.
Old Church Blog
13th July, Back to the building regulations and the list of issues raised by Allerdale.B .C .
12th July, Listed building amendments consent (decision Notice).
21st June, Application for amendments to the original listed building consent.
22nd March 2013, Detailed Building regulations Plans submitted to Allerdale .B .C .
7th June 2012, steelwork design nearing completion “Bingham Yates & Partners”.
31st August 2011, Completion of the Feasibility Study.
14th April 2011,The start of the feasibility Study by Wingspan Consulting Ltd.
March 2011, Completion of the historical Building survey.
6th February 2011, Change of use has been Granted.
4th February 2011, Listed Building Consent has been Granted.
10th December 2010, Reapplied for planning permission having done the consultation and got the report.
20th November 2010, Planning application Withdrawn (to consult English Heritage & to get a report of the significance
of the interior of the Church).
18th October 2010, submitted planning application to change the old Church into a Computer Museum and
Science & Engineering Centre.
20th September 2010, Plans finished by ADK Architects.