WG: Re: VAXen available, pickup only from Newmarket, UK

aswood at t-online.de aswood at t-online.de
Wed Nov 19 13:07:53 CST 2014

Adrian and all listeners to this list,

as promised I'd like to specify my interest more in detail.

I'm esp. interested in the 
- VAX 7710, various processors + memory
- AlphaServer GS60e
- VAX 6610
and some of the smaller Alphas
or all stuff fitting into the van.

I'd take a 7,5t van to go from Germany to the UK to pick up these items.

As in 2003, when I went with Fred (van Kempen) to London to pickup a large PDP11 systems at Zetter, I'm offering interested persons to accompany this trip to the UK. 
On the other hand I'd offer the possibility to pick up items into the van to carry these to continental Europe to be distributed to interested persons. 
Accompanying people, or for items to be carried to Continental Europe would have to share costs for the van and the ferry costs to the UK.

@Adrian - what is the time frame for picking up these items?


Betreff: Re: VAXen available, pickup only from Newmarket, UK
Datum: Mon, 17 Nov 2014 18:48:44 +0100
Von: Andreas Holz <aswood at t-online.de>
An: "binarydinosaurs at gmail.com" <binarydinosaurs at gmail.com>


we are interested - in all stuff.

Please give me time until tomorrow to specify our interests in detail.


> Am 17.11.2014 um 18:02 schrieb Adrian Graham <binarydinosaurs at gmail.com>:
> Folks,
> Thanks to building reductions we're having to offload all our old VAX kit
> and I'd much rather see it go to someone who can use them, even as spares.
> There's also a load of UNIBUS and QBUS spares, too many to list.
> Big stuff:
> VAX 7710, various processors + memory
> AlphaServer GS60e
> Possibly VAX 6610
> Less big stuff:
> Alpha 2100 + spares
> Alpha 2000
> Alpha 800
> Alpha 1000 x3
> AlphaStation 2xx x4 (spares only)
> 2 MicroVAX 2000
> Various VAXstations, 3100s etc + spares
> Several BA415 VAXen, 3400/3800/4200/4300
> VAXstation 4000s
> Possibly an Alpha1200 and DS20 (big box version)
> Collection only, obviously these things are HEAVY.
> Cheers,
> -- 
> adrian/witchy
> Owner of Binary Dinosaurs, the UK's biggest home computer collection?
> www.binarydinosaurs.co.uk

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