On Saturday just gone (8th November 2014), my partner and I made the trip to London along with my sister and brother-in-law, to visit the Science museum, more specifically the recent addition known as ‘The Information Age’.

Despite my lack of love for London, it’s busy ways and general feel of madness I thoroughly enjoyed visiting the museum and the exhibit. As with everything in the science museum everything is laid out in a methodical, practical method, grouping similar exhibits together allowing visitors to find everything related to their interests in one place.

If you have an interest in the history of computing, mechanical mathematics or communication technology I would whole heartedly recommend a visit, even if you aren’t akin to the London ways.

Below are a small selection of photos from my visit, as most of the items in the exhibit are behind glass, please excuse the odd glare and reflection.

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