Hawklaw Y Station
The building was built with windows in the Art Deco style and completed by 1942. During the Second World War it operated as a Y-station collecting information for analysts at Bletchley Park. Unlike other Y stations Hawklaw did not close after the War but continued as a Cold War monitoring station under the aegis of Government Communications Headquarters until it closed in 1988.
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