Acccomodation at Bletchley Park

There were few facilities at Bletchley Park other than the working spaces. They did have a tennis court and there was the possibility of picnics etc on the lawns.

To simulate this outdoor loudspeakers at the modern museum play voices as if there’s a tennis match or picnic going on.

Some of the workers lived (just slept probably) off-site but there was some accomodation for others.

These buildings enclosing a courtyard were beyond the tennis court:-

Bletchley Park Cottages

Side of building to left above:-

Cottages, Bletchley Park

There was a lovely stained glass window in the side wall here:-

Bletchley Park Cottages window

Other side of courtyard:-

Bletchley Park Cottages

In courtyard to right of arch in photo above:-

Bletchley Park Cottages,

Arch into courtyard:-

Bletchley Park Cottages

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