Detailed PDP-11 restoration, and re-animating a PDP-10 front panel using a BeagleBone.
Manuals for the Soviet PDP-11 CPUs.
The new home of the PDP-10/X, etc.
As it says -- including homebrewed versions of lots of rarer bits of hardware.
PDP-11s of various shapes and sizes. Plus how to build an extension to your home for storing computers...
Beautiful collection of analogue computers (and some largely unphotographed DEC stuff) -- and this is clearly another collector with far too much space on his hands, looking at the size of the some of the machines he's got...
I don't have too many old computers. This guy has too many old computers.
... with some unusual machines in, like the DAI and the MiniMINC.
Some old technology stuff. Includes notes on using a computer as a standards converter.
A decent German computer museum. Now I know lots of completely useless German for things like "high-speed paper tape reader"... This is the museum that has the heavily-modified PDP-11/20 with semiconductor RAM, etc. They also have a very pretty LAB-8...