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    Default Hello from the UK

    Hi all,

    Iíve recently signed up to the forum and thought it would be polite to make a Ďhelloí thread. Iím from the uk and enjoy messing about with all those old systems I and my family had in the 80s and 90s. My collection is small compared to some of the incredible systems and set ups on here! It consists of the following:

    Acorn Atom with colour card, ram/rom board, AtoMMC, Tube interface with matchbox coprocessor
    Acorn BBC Micro model B issue 4 with ram/rom board, RPi0 2nd processor, 32k shadow ram, VideoNula
    BBC Master Turbo with BEeBSID and internal DataCentre
    Archimedes 420/1 4MB
    Archimedes A3000 4MB + CF harddisk
    Archimedes A3020 4MB + CF harddisk and ethernet card

    2x Amiga 500 1MB (one early red led version)
    Amiga 1200 with Blizzard 1260 80mhz
    Amiga 3000 with 68060, Deneb, GoldenGate 486SLC bridgeboard
    Amiga 4000/040 with Cyberstorm 2 060, Mediator, Voodoo 3, G4 450mhz PPC, Deneb
    Amiga 4000/030 stock set up

    Commodore 64 with SD2IEC and 1541
    Amstrad CPC6128 with M4 rom board and USB harddisk

    Atari Falcon with CT60e 68060 100mhz

    Apple G5 2.7ghz PPC running MorphOS 3.10

    AMD Opteron64 2.3Ghz with Abit AV8 and Geforce 6800Ultra

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    Hello, fellow stardotter.

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    Join Date
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    UK - Worcester
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    Welcome,

    There are a few of us from the UK here. Which corner of the UK do you live in?

    Dave

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    Join Date
    Mar 2007
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    Leicester, UK
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    Hello,

    There may be more of us than you first thought!. Very nice collection. It's nice to see and Acorn Atom amongst then. That's a lovely little machine.


    Cheers,

    Andy.

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    I’m up in York

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    NorthWest England (East Pondia)
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    Quote Originally Posted by trixster View Post
    I’m up in York
    Might be worth you trying to visit Jim Austin.

    http://www.computermuseum.org.uk/
    Dave
    G4UGM

    Looking for Analog Computers, Drum Plotters, and Graphics Terminals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elminster View Post
    Hello, fellow stardotter.
    Hello, Sir!

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