Codebreaking in the English countryside
The incredible work that was undertaken by the women and men at Bletchley Park, during World War II, was invaluable to our future.
It was so secretive at Bletchley that even the families of the people that worked there were unaware of what was unfolding behind the closed doors.
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Good to know
Their lips are sealed
Head to Block B
Enigma I cypher machine
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Where it started
The Personal Stories
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Day & night
Deciphering in The Huts
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How to get there
You can catch a train from London Euston direct to Bletchley, which takes 40mins, then it’s just a 5-minute walk.
Alternatively, if you are travelling by car, there is an onsite car-park, which is free of charge. Tip; if you’re using Sat-Nav, enter Sherwood Drive, Bletchley, MK3 6DS. It was so well hidden we drove straight past.
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