The ICT 1301 Resurrection Project.
Bringing Computing History back to Life
Flossie, is currently the oldest original 2nd Generation Electronic
Stored Program Computer working in the UK and it is her
A Working Group of the Computer Conservation Society,
Since March 2009
An Oldwuzzark Production
Greetings to all the little Acorns, however far away you may be.
"Flossie has Arrived ! Click the image above for both the pictures and the story"
This site contains large pages, so please be patient if you are using dialup access.
November 2013 Edition.
Click Here for a page about
the last running day in December 2012 !
Select from the headings across the top or the left Navigation bar.
So what is News in this Edition!
So since the spring of 2003 when the project started, ( and even the
majority of 2002 whilst we planned what could be done ). The ict1301 project
has run at Buss Farm. That is about to change and the machine is getting ready
to move to its new home, visit us often to find out the latest news.
The recent media coverage has resulted in a swamp of new emails so if we have
not got back to you yet, remember we are just two people trying to run all
of this. Be patient and we will respond to all of you who wish us well.
Does any visitor have any information about the PF56 ?
As used on the 1900 Series. If so the
1900 Project needs to know.
Or email this project and we will pass it on.
For more News check out the following links by clicking below.
The 1301 Prog Ref Manual and
Initial Orders Manual are available along
with many other manuals here.
We still have a page for the GEC factory days in the 1960's.
Feel free to email the project by clicking the spinning logo below,
wherever you see it on the Site.
Visitors to this and the original site.