Telecoms at BLETCHLEY PARK  

Welcome to Light Straw's Bletchley Park pages.

An old postcard of the gatehouse at The Park. 
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This was Bletchley Park, a quiet unobtrusive country mansion set in acres of land, in Buckinghamshire, just a few minutes walk from the railway station and trains to London. During World War II, thousands of men and women toiled endlessly, day and night in the Park, doing vital work which is said to have shortened the war by several years.

What did they do and what was the connection with the British Post Office? What was so special about Bletchley Park and just what was "Britain's Best Kept Secret?" 

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This site is dedicated to Margaret Davies who, during the war, worked on a lathe for BTM Letchworth making components for the Bombes.

Bletchley Park - Home of Ultra "Britain's Best Kept Secret!"

Photo: Old entrance to Bletchley Park © LSA July 2007.

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