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The Computer Building turned out to be far more interesting than wed thought. There was the obligatory room full of old PCs and monitors, various small offices, and acres of technical documentation. However, of more interest, was the control room for Cell 3, tucked away in the centre of the building on the first floor.

Plus the first floor offered more views over the site and we spotted a small building near the Bramshot Cooling Towers wed not previously seen before.

So, after thoroughly exploring the Computer Building we ventured outside, into the hot burning afternoon, and quietly slipped into the open doors of this new building. A sign on the door simply stated WPH No. 10.

Taken though a dirty window in the Computer Building, from left to right: the anechoic chamber, WPH No. 10 and the Bramshot Cooling Towers.
05|05|07 © Simon Cornwell 2007