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+ - Bletchley Park Finds a Saviour in Google->

Submitted by hypnosec
hypnosec (2231454) writes "Internet search behemoth Google Inc. has kick started the fundraising programme to save the derelict Block C at Bletchley Park, the place where the Royal Army deployed their main decryption establishment during the second world war. In a bid to generate more awareness, Google has been using its Street View to capture the pictures of the park and Block C in particular."
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