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    Bletchley Park

    I am looking for a gentleman that worked at Bletchley Park in the U. K. I spoke to him, through a thread, stating that we are going to visit Bletchley. If anyone can help me contact him please advise.

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    Re: Bletchley Park

    If you do a forum search on "Bletchley", the most recent post was in October 2016, from a member who was thinking of visiting Bletchley Park; he didn't work there however.

    How long ago did you contact him in a thread here? Maybe you contacted him in a Private Message?

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    Re: Bletchley Park

    Thanks Tom! It was probably in a private message but there are no messages archived.

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    Re: Bletchley Park

    TGI, any Pms should still be in your inbox, unless you specifically deleted them. Is it possible you had this interaction on a different forum?
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