Plaque

LEO - world's first business computer

Erection date: 29/11/2016

Inscription

LEO - Lyons Electronic Office - the world's first business computer was built and operated near here by J Lyons & Co.
Erected by LEO Computers Society 2016
www.LEO-computers.org.uk

Here's the video of the unveiling timed to commemorate 65 years of LEO. We believe the computer work took place in Kaevener House, on the Cadby Hall site.

Site: J. Lyons and LEO - world's first business computer (3 memorials)

W14, Hammersmith Road, Lyons Walk

At this address: Cadby Hall, Hammersmith Road, Lyons had a huge site, with its head office, several bakeries, and an ice cream factory. This was all demolished in 1983.

The Lyons Walk plaque is at the centre of a circle of trees and empty tree pits (indicating lost trees). The LEO plaque is horizontal, at the centre of the middle of the 3 new, raised,red brick flower beds.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
LEO - world's first business computer

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J. Lyons & Co. Cadby Hall

From our picture source: "In July 1894 Lyons bought two acres of land, occupi...

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LEO - Lyons Electronic Office

The world's first business computer was built and operated by J. Lyons & ...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
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LEO Computers Society

From the Picture source: "This is the site of the LEO Computers Society celeb...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
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Cadby Hall - 9 keystone heads - composers

Cadby Hall - 9 keystone heads - composers

Cadby Hall was built in 1873 as a piano factory. Our picture comes from Cadby...

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Lyons Walk

Lyons Walk

"LBH+F" decodes as London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, and the plaque w...

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