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T1 BTM's HEC 1 computer
T1 BTM 1202
T2 ICT 1301
T2 An ICT 1300 system being preserved in Kent
T2 1301 machines in Oslo in 1963
T2 ICT 1302 and 1900 peripheral equipment.
T2 1302 console in factory
T3 ICL 1904
T3 an ICL 1904 being installed in the Netherlands
T3 ICL 1901 computer
T3 ICL 1906A at Chilton

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