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    Bletchley Park - WW2 film

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    Re: Bletchley Park - WW2 film

    Intriguing, Tom. We're finally getting a better "picture" of the secret stuff that contributed to winning that war. P.O. Box 1142 is another bit of the puzzle.
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    Re: Bletchley Park - WW2 film

    will take a look - I enjoyed the Bletchley Circle on Netflix - the Bletchley Circle San Francisco - not as much but still pretty good
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    Re: Bletchley Park - WW2 film

    Been to the place... maybe back in 2005 (?). I understand they've re-done the area in museum fashion. The have a model of the "bomb" there because the original computer was destroyed.
    It's a very unassuming place, with an assortment of alomst shabby wooden buildings (next to an old brick/stone manor).
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