The Collection

Here are some overview pictures of the museum’s collection as of March 15th, 2012. Each thumbnail is linked to a high-resolution version.

View from Above

Center Islands

Along the Walls

2 thoughts on “The Collection

  1. Great graphics museum! I spend my Fridays at http://www.vintagetek.org bringing up old donated Tek insturments. We have live demos of the 4010, 4012, 4051, 4052 and working on getting a 4114 going, keyboard issue, and some 4107′s, display issues. I have also repaired many Tek scopes to display on the museum floor. Stop by if you get a chance.
    Is your museum open to the public? Where is it? Do you have working displays?

    Best regards,
    Bruce

    • The museum is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Realistically speaking, we’re not quite ready for public exhibits yet. The local maker group shares the warehouse space with the museum and meets every Wednesday night from 7 PM to 10 PM. I have shown people items from the collection during that time, but this location is really only suitable for storage, not live exhibits. Most of the equipment in the museum’s collection is in working order, but some pieces have been deliberately obtained as a source of parts to keep equipment running.

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