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The Huts at Bletchley Park

by brssouthglosproject

Contributed by 
brssouthglosproject
People in story: 
Diana Neale nee Spence
Location of story: 
Bletchley Park,
Background to story: 
Royal Navy
Article ID: 
A6370814
Contributed on: 
24 October 2005

Just some of the huts at Bletchley Park, the top secret location where the Enigma Machine was decoded.

This is just some of the huts in view, in the top secret Station X. The place that no one knew about and the place that managed to keep "Top Secret" for many years.

The people who worked in the huts at Bletchley Park, found that they were not to mix with people from the other huts. They were taken by bus to the door of their workplace and that was where they had to stay. Diana worked in Hut 4 (not shown here). See her story A Bristolian at Bletchley Park, on this webpage.

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