Honkers & England travel blog

Bletchley House

Lake

Ceiling

stained glass

code

bridge


Spent a great day at Bletchley Park where they decoded the messages during the war.

This place was top secret and no one knew anything about it until 1974 (apart from the people who worked there under the Official Secrets Act) By the end of the war there were 9000 people working there.

It's worth googling it and having a read of the goings on.

Inside the mansion there are spectacular ceilings and woodwork.

And driving under this bridge you get a good bright warning that it's low.

We're staying tonight in Luton, which is reasonably close to Bletchley, very interesting - it's full of Indians/Pakistanis. Went for a walk down the High Street and only came across 2 other white people! !



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