So I went down..
Dark dank and full of cobwebs, It was obvious that no one had been down in a while. I borrowed Gordon’s (@gt_p) camera and took a few photos. There was a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. Perhaps I should draw a parallel to Bletchley Park’s use of social media and the hope that all will come good in the end.
On this occasion the light signified that this may well be an innocent service tunnel linking departments in a now run down and disused building. Not as we had hoped, a shortcut to the pub.
The mystery continues and the hunt still goes on.
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Those tunnels are *so* Secret Seven. Are there smugglers? What larks 🙂
Gordon Tant says
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Hannie J says
I want to go look at Bletchley Park – I keep meaning to ask my Dad it he wants to go one day. It’s not too far from Bedford so it’s something we could do one weekend. He’s really interested in the Enigma machine and stuff like that (bit of a war-info geek lol).
@GirltaristHan if you come to #bpark on a @StationX day you and your Dad may get special access to non public places.
Simon Clegg says
Works are being carried out at Bletchley Train Station to extend the platform. A little bird tells me they came across tunnels and even a munitions bunker, and the army had to go in to extract! May be this could be linked to the Park?
Ooo, interesting. Is that official news?
I know where a tunnel is in Bletchley Park. A guide showed us on one of the first tours they did of the park when it opened as a museum. Don’t they show people it anymore?
Really. What year was that?