NURP 40 WT 194

March 2014

A permanent installation outside Bletchley Station. The hut has no obvious entrance but it does have a small brass letterbox capable of receiving messages. The work references various aspects of Bletchley's rich history but draws particular attention on the history of Bletchey Park and the code breakers who worked there during WW2.

The gable ends of the hut are cast in a fine glass reinforced concrete and detail a 1938 OS Map of Bletchley.

NURP 40 TW 194 is named after a military pigeon.

Location – Bletchley (Outside Bletchley Train Station)

Materials – Corten Steel, galvanised steel, glass reinforced concrete, brass letterbox detail.