The corset machines were converted to making Bombes, not a missile but a back-translation from Polish language, roughly "noisy" or "clatter". Alan Turing, with Polish colleagues, worked out the decipherment of the Enigma machine, but the Bombes actually didn't do that, they did the Naval Engma with four rotors, a much harder job to crack. During 1944, Bletchley would even send out what was called "Gardening": A risky task for the members of the British Royal Air Force, deliberately to drop or see enemy fighters in the places Bletchley knew where they would be, simply to intercept German signals.
The Spirella Building was created between 1912 and 1920. Kincaid[disambiguation needed] commissioned architect Cecil Hignett to design a state-of-the art factory of great beauty. The factory was completed in 1920, Kincaid had achieved his goal; The Spirella Building provided the perfect environment for his workers to be happy, contented and highly productive, and was worthy of being called "The Factory of Beauty". In 1979 it was Grade ll* listed.