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Australia, Syndey: Australian Computer Museum Society needs help with temporary storage

Postby kodak80 » Mon Jul 30, 2018 1:47 am

I heard this from a friend who got the information through the local Australian Apple forums. The Australian Computer Museum Society in Sydney has a storage facility which will be demolished soon and they are seeking help from people to temporarily store things. Here is the information scrapped from the Australina Overclockers retro forum https://forums.overclockers.com.au/thre ... t-17943099 :

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: John GEREMIN via cctalk <cctalk@classiccmp.org>
Date: Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 11:00 AM
Subject: Australian Computer Museum in trouble.
To: cctalk@classiccmp.org


Australian COMPUTER MUSEUM -- Dispersal Days -- Villawood NSW.

We have been told that BULLDOZERS will demolish our Villawood storage space in 2 weeks.

We have yet to find a suitable/affordable alternate space so ... "OPEN DOOR DAYS"

The old fruit shop at 888 Woodville Road, VILLAWWOOD, will be open for anyone
who cares to come and take anything away and help preserve our computing heritage.

Hours: Sat 28th/Sun29th 9am to 9pm, then Monday-Friday 10am to 10pm, repeat the next week.

Off-street parking, easiest access is from south (Hume Hwy), see Google Maps.

Bring your Car, Van or Ute and enough muscle to help empty our shed.

Please tell your friends and/or work colleagues.

--
<b>John GEREMIN, Honorary Treasurer, 0427 10 20 60.</b>
Australian Computer Museum Society Inc.
PO Box 4005, Homebush, NSW, 2140.

The photos attached are from somone in the Apple group who went to have a look to see what Apple equipment was being stored. There apparently was not any. The first 2 photos have Atari boxes in them. First one looks like it might be a printer and the 2nd photo has a 1040STE box.
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