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    Bletchley Park - G & D Block

    November 2017


    [IMG]24058770_1906891762961996_2113310020251222893_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Bletchley park was an interesting one. My first experience here is not a great one,
    i decided to do this explore alone and got attacked by a group of teens. luckily a few bruises was all i come out with. However i returned a few days later with a friend who knows his way around both blocks and it turnt out to be the best explore ive done too date. We entered via Block G around 5pm, the first thing i noticed was Block G had been completely gutted. Broken windows, doors torn off. we made are way up some stairs to access a ladder that led to the boiler room from there we was able to access the roof and snap a few pictures. we eventually climbed back down and walked through the rest of G block enjoying decay. after about an hour we made are way over to D block trying to find an access point. this consisted of us climbing through loads of windows that lead to locked rooms in D block only granting access to them rooms. In one of the dead ends rooms their was a noose just casually hanging their giving that room a more sinister feel. once inside it was like stepping into a time capsule each room held a key to my town history.
    A fair few rooms have just been dumped with boxes i guess for storage as i know they are renovating the historic building. However while rumaging through some boxes i managed to stumble onto some paperwork with the enigma code on it!. after a few hours looking around we stumbled across the bombe machine. it blew my mind to think that the machine that helped end ww2 quickly was in front of me. when we eventualy climbed out it was 9pm

    i will be returning in jan with my gopro to document the whole thing.

    G Block


    [IMG]24129653_1906901046294401_2279479630718239568_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]24129931_1906901319627707_1691282964605418381_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]23843217_1906901239627715_1230632933129360808_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]24059073_1906901096294396_8642250131957797653_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]

    D Block




    [IMG]23795784_1906897896294716_7346031147834973658_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]23795721_1906897572961415_3531139253532668381_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]23844765_1906897632961409_6771775511310907133_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]23905325_1906897666294739_8573531960775125823_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]23843333_1906898482961324_4036251204184601056_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]23905181_1906898026294703_3383319473760774316_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]
    [IMG]23843360_1906897856294720_1538748415921405797_n by Shaun Wilson, on Flickr[/IMG]


    MORE PICS WILL BE UPLOADED LATER ON TODAY I HAVE TO SHOOT OF OUT NOW

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    A nice set of pictures documenting an important piece of history. You have hinted that you'll post more so I'll be looking forward to see more from you.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Thank you, their is about another 30+ of block D

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    Nice shots of the place.

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    Amazing to see stuff just left like that. I wonder what was on the 8 inch disk, and it was used in? All of this place needs restoring.

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    Thank you ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by Potter View Post
    Amazing to see stuff just left like that. I wonder what was on the 8 inch disk, and it was used in? All of this place needs restoring.
    I think it's due to the fact it's hard to access as their renovating it and most access points are now secured only one entrance in that I could see and is very hard to spot so I guess most miss it.
    I have a few more pics of the Bombe machine and other items such as photos of a lady holding a crate of bombs etc all will be uploaded when I get back toy pc as not been home a few days

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    Shit that was a crap first explore, not good them idiots having a go like that! Glad it didn't put you off as you have caught some decent images there!
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