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Here is a short video I put together. See if you can spot the rarer machines including the Sord, Dragon 64 and the Thomson MO5.
RCM are proud to announce their 5th Retro Gaming Day
Venue is:- The Institute, Main Street, Swannington, Coalville LE67 8QL
Date and Time:- Sunday 31st October 2010 from 10.30am – 5.00pm
Ticket Prices:- £5.00 for adults, £1.00 for children for pre-ticket sales and £7.00 for adults, £2.00 for children on the day ticket sales.
Tickets will be available from August 1st and can be purchased either by clicking on our donate button which is at the top left hand side of our website, which will in turn take you to our paypal account or on the day at the venue (at the higher cost). If you wish to pay by other means please contact us via the RCM Website http://www.retrocomputermuseum.co.uk. The closing date for pre-ticket sales will be October 14th. We will send out the purchased tickets two weeks before the event. If anybody needs any more information please do not hesitate to ask!
Picked up 2 machines at the RCM meetup yesterday.
- Texas Instruments TI99/4a
- Atari 800 XL + 1010 tape drive.
Photos will be uploaded later.
The Retro Computer Museum will be holding its November openday on the 15th November 2009.
The Institute, Main Street, Swannington, Coalville LE67 8QL
Date and Time:-
Sunday 15th November 2009 from 10.30am – 5.00pm
£4.50 for adults, £1.00 for children for pre-ticket sales
£6.00 for adults, £1.00 for children on the day ticket sales.
You can purchase tickets from the RCM website here. using the donate button. Just pop your name and address in with your paypal purchase.
I will be there, but ive not decied what machines I will be taking yet. Let me know if there is anything you would like to see at the event!
Here are some photos of machines I took to the last event in May.
You can view my photos on flickr.
I had a great day yesterday at the “Retro Computer Museum” open day in Swannington, Leicestershire.
There were a lot of machines on display that you could play with. Machines included…
- Tatung Einstein (Mine!)
- VIC-20 PC (Mine!)
- BBC Model B
- PC Engine
- Amstrad CPC464
- Atari 2600 and 7800
- and many more……..
It was a brilliant day. Many thanks to Andy Spencer and his family for putting on a great event. I hope they have another one very soon…
You can find my photos of the event here.