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The Semiconductor Archives, 48 Deptford Broadway, Borough of Lewisham, London SE8, 2002 Forbidding-looking emporium claiming to source obsolete tech components. There’s even something sinister about using the word “facsimile” rather than fax, and having a specially-customised stripy black burglar alarm (yes, I notice these things). This scary “shop” was still there in 2012, though a blog here suggests it was empty and up for redevelopment.

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