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  • Roof Vent on a Camp X Building, c.2012
    Roof Vent on a Camp X Building, c.2012
    image  c.2012     Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. The camp operated from 1941 to 1945. It was used as a government communications centre until 1969. All of the ...
    image  c.2012   Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • The South Side of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    The South Side of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    image  c.2012     Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. The camp operated from 1941 to 1945. It was used as a government communications centre until 1969. All of the ...
    image  c.2012   Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • The West Side of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    The West Side of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    image  c.2012     Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. The camp operated from 1941 to 1945. It was used as a government communications centre until 1969. All of the ...
    image  c.2012   Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Roof and Roof Vent on the Last Remaining Camp X Building
    Roof and Roof Vent on the Last Remaining Camp X Building
    image       Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. The camp operated from 1941 to 1945. It was used as a government communications centre until 1969. All of the ...
    image     Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • The North Side of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    The North Side of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    image  c.2012     Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. The camp operated from 1941 to 1945. It was used as a government communications centre until 1969. All of the ...
    image  c.2012   Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • The last remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    The last remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    image  c.2012     Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. The camp operated from 1941 to 1945. It was used as a government communications centre until 1969. All of the ...
    image  c.2012   Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • The North Side of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    The North Side of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    image  c.2012     Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. The camp operated from 1941 to 1945. It was used as a government communications centre until 1969. All of the ...
    image  c.2012   Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • The Front of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    The Front of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    image  c.2012     Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. The camp operated from 1941 to 1945. It was used as a government communications centre until 1969. All of the ...
    image  c.2012   Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • The North Side of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    The North Side of the Last Remaining Camp X Building, c.2012
    image  c.2012     Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. The camp operated from 1941 to 1945. It was used as a government communications centre until 1969. All of the ...
    image  c.2012   Camp X was a spy training camp and communications centre established by British Security Co-ordination on the shore of Lake Ontario on the border between Whitby and East Whitby Townships. ...
    Whitby Public Library
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