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Pictures taken at and around Bletchley Park, where the Enigma code was cracked during World War II. The site also includes a museum of computing and a model railroad club.
Alan Turing
Decrypting Enigma Traffic
Bombe Rebuild
Bombe Rebuild
Bombe Rebuild
Bombe Rebuild
Bombe Rebuild
Bombe Rebuild
Teletype tape
Colossus Rebuild
Colossus Rebuild
Colossus Rebuild
Colossus Rebuild
Colossus Rebuild
Punched card machinery being restored (not currently on public display)
Punched card machinery being restored (not currently on public display)
Punched card machinery being restored (not currently on public display)
Punched card machinery being restored (not currently on public display)
Punched card machinery being restored (not currently on public display)
Punched card machinery being restored (not currently on public display)
Circuit board from early computer
Volunteer repairing computer
Analog Computer
Analog Computer
Creed 7B Teleprinter
GCHQ 'Donut'
Beware of the Trains
A model railroad club is one of several Bletchley tenants
Seed rape in flower
Pink Punters Nightclub
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