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    Default Bletchley Park, G Block. February 2017


    Been wanting to see this place for a while so I was well happy to finally get a nose round here. G Block was the first area we covered. Would have been better doing it the other way round with hindsight but, we where not to know at the time. This block is pretty much stripped with some nice peeling paint and decay in places. This was the traffic and deception operations block and was later used by the GPO. A nice relaxed wander around a interesting and history steeped building. Visited with non member Paul.

































    Thanks For Looking :)

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    Last edited by Ferox; 24th Feb 17 at 21:48.

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    I liked your take on it Ferox, Thanks
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    Thanks Smiler :D

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    The decay is brilliant in here, you had nice weather to give contrasting styles too :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mockingbird View Post
    The decay is brilliant in here, you had nice weather to give contrasting styles too :)
    Indeed. I agree on both the decay and the snow mate. A top morning :)

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    Smashing shots,Thanks for sharing.

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    Amazing pics :) thanks for uploading
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    Hopefully they will restore this place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Potter View Post
    Hopefully they will restore this place.
    Think this bit is getting demolished bud.

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    Well done,captured it before demo as sadly as its started on the old telecom block
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