Outing to Bletchley at 110

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5 July 2022. In our 110th birthday year, Morley Ramblers celebrated with an outing to Bletchley Park, the centre of British decoding work during the Second World War. The picture at the top of the page is of the famous Bombe machine which was used to help decode messages from the German Enigma cipher machine. Bletchley Park now houses the National History of Computing.

Many thanks to Daphne for organising this interesting day, and to Christine, Daphne and Sigrid for photos.

(Most of) the group in the grounds of Bletchley Park
Bletchley Park garage, modes of transport
In the original mansion, a fine glass ceiling
… and ornate plasterwork
The Polish war memorial