Bletchley Park, Sherwood Drive,
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Located at Bletchley Park, where during World War II, the German secret codes were broken by the Enigma machine, developed by computor genius Alan Turing.
For many years, some of the buildings have been the home of the Projected Pictures Trust, an organisation set up in 1978 which is dedicated to preserving cinema equipment and memorabilia. The Enigma Cinema was a focal point of the Museum of Cinema Technology, and was equipped to screen 16mm, 35mm and 70mm film. It was open on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays from 1:30pm.
The Enigma Cinema was closed in 2015 when the Projected Pictures Trust vacated the Bletchley Park premises and moved to Dean Clough to the north of Halifax, West Yorkshire.
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