Reconstruction of the machine that inspired Colossus unveiled
A Buckinghamshire New University academic says she's aiming to build people's 'sense of place' in the central Chilterns through a six-year project examining people who have lived and worked in the region over the past 150 years.
Children from Aston Clinton School visited RAF Halton this week to experience a day in the life of a child during World War 2.
The news in and around Wendover in April 1919.
Paessler’s solutions to protect and preserve the world’s oldest working computer
A new season begins!
The Leighton Buzzard Railway is very pleased to announce the arrival at its Page’s Park base of Andrew Barclay built 0-6-0T locomotive Gertrude, (No 1578 of 1918).
Chiltern Open Air Museum wants to resurrect the iconic Jackson Studios
By the end of March 1919 just over half of the British Army, some 2 million men and women, had been demobilized.
The National Museum of Computing plans to display original wartime Colossus decrypts