Tape reader (transmitter), made by Creed & Co from the Pegasus Mark I Computer

1957 in London

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Low speed tape reader, (transmitter), made by Creed & Co. Ltd, London, and used with a Pegasus Mark I computer, made by Ferranti Ltd, Manchester, and delivered to Vickers-Armstrong (Aircraft) Ltd, Weybridge, Surrey, in 1957.

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valve computer low speed tape reader transmitter
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