Each thumbnail image is a link to a much larger photo.
E1. dn330 //astro, Chelmsford, 1985.
E2. ari is a DSP10000, and there's a sun 3/260 showing on the right of the picture.
E3. beam is a DN4500 (left monitor, top CPU) and mouse is a DN3500 (right mon, bottom CPU).
E4. beam and mouse CPUs.
E5. reef is a DN300.
E6. foo & apollo are DN3000s.
E7. kriek is a DN3500.
E8. peak is a diskless DN3010, actually booting off ari with a small compexe release i made (full a88k support and enough m68k support to get Xdomain running on peak).
E9. 3c505 ethernet board.
E10. DM screen shot from a dn330.
E11. A stack of manuals.
E12. Apollo farm at Netscape. The machines are //hydrogen, //helium, and //lithium; all DN3500s. There is a story behind the camouflage netting.
E15. dn3500 //dabo and dn330 //ubud.
E16-E18. Bill's Apollo farm.
E19-E22. One DN3010, 2 DN5500 and 3 425t.
E23. dn3500 apollo.citi.umich.edu and a spare dn3000.
E24, E25. Token Ring Remote Network Switch (RNS) discovered at UM north campus.
E26. Network switch.
E30-E32. 9-track tapes, cartridge tape drive, 8-inch floppy drive.
E33. 8 and 5 inch floppies, cartridge tape, 9-track tape.
E34-E35. Spare boards and memory.
P27-P29. "I'm a star" coffee mug, candy dish, refrigerator magnets.
P30-P31. SR10 T-shirt, Cougar-I sweat shirt.
P32-P33. Fifth Anniversary keychain.
P34-P35. Beach bag, Domain/IX tote bag.
P36. Gift from "Association Franšaise des Utilisateurs Apollo."
P37. SR10 Team plaque.
P38. Name badge.
G37-G39. Public node room at Apollo Chelmsford R&D, August 1983.
G40-G41. Apollo booth at Uniforum '85.
G42. Chelmsford HQ in 1983.
G43. dn100 and dn300 at the Computer History Museum.
Ishimura has some photos too.
E2-E8, E11 by Nickolai Zeldovich <email@example.com>.
E12 by Frederick Roeber.
E16-E18 by Bill.
E19-E22, P36 by Robert FRANCHISSEUR.
E24-E25 by unknown.
All others by Jim Rees.
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