Hut 8 Tourist attraction in Bletchley, United Kingdom

Reference:Ian Petticrew  / CC BY-SA 2.0
Map gps coordinates: 51.99717, -0.74193
Address: Hut 8, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK3 6EB, UK

Hut 8 looks like a warehouse in a quiet place operating some secret missions. There is a bicycle garage in front of the Hut 8.

Hut 8, one of the British World War II codebreaking stations is situated at Bletchley Park. It was operated as a section of Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS). The task of Hut 8 was to break the German naval (Kriegsmarine) Enigma messages. Initially, Alan Turing used to lead the section. In November 1942, Alan Turing was succeeded to perfectly solve the German naval messages by his deputy, Hugh Alexander. Two years later in September, Patrick Mahon succeeded Alexander.