|Candian Pacific Station on Richmond Street|
|Rainbow at deep autumn|
|Rail Diesel Cars (aka the Budd Cars - named after the manufacturer E.G. Budd Company of Philadelphia) pulling into St. Mary's. These self propelled, underfloor engined rail cars had saved a few branch lines in North America from closure.|
|The console of the IBM 1130 - you can only run FORTRAN II on it.|
|Arrival of the CN passenger train at Strathroy|
|UWO Computer Science Card Reader Room|
|One of the London Transit buses in Christmas livery|
|The Personal Computer of those days - the PDP-8|
The Control Data Cyber 73, the scaled down and modernized sister engine of the Control Data 6600 -
the supercomputer of the time.
I do remember the proprietor Operating Systems of the time, like SCOPE 3.4, KRONOS 2.1, NOS/BE 1.3, INTERCOM 1.2, COMPASS 3.4, CM144000, the A, B and X registers
The Cyber series was the pioneer of RISC machines, a simple set of 64 CPU instructions, a few PPU mailboxes, and in the Cyber machines added 4 CMU instructions, clean and simple - compare to the other computers of those days with a jungle of instructions.
|St. George's Church at Wharnncliff Rd North.|