RMD96CTX–Reading Gaol, Berkshire, England. Exterior view of newly built County Gaol opened in 1844. On same plan as the model prison at Pentonville, it was arranged in four wings joined by central Inspection Hall. Approximatedly 520 cells, each with hammock, stool, table, gas light, wash basin and WC. Cells arranged in three tiers opening onto balconies overlooking central hall. From 'The Illustrated London News', 17 February 1844. Wood engraving
RMKH3WX1–Jack Sheppard, in Newgate Prison awaiting execution, Jack Sheppard, English thief and gaol-breaker of early 18th-century London
RMMM37YK–Public Gaol. Williamsburg. 1940
RMDRDH15–Moosomin Gaol and Governor's House
RMG7W9X4–Northern Ireland - Crumlin Road Gaol - Belfast. General view of Crumlin Road Gaol in Belfast.
RF2HJW1RK–The Old Gaol, Roscommon. County Roscommon (1923)
RMTRHECR–CHARLES STEWART PARNELL (1846-1891) Ir9sh nationalist politician receiving a visitor in his cell in Kilmainham Gaol in 1881watched by two warders
RME0KP32–Mahatma Gandhi after his release from Yeraida Gaol
RMHTMJTN–Reading Gaol, Berkshire, England. Exterior view of newly built County Gaol opened in 1844. On same plan as the model prison at Pentonville, it was arranged in four wings joined by central Inspection Hall. Approximatedly 520 cells, each with hammock, stool
RM2HNEKG1–1960s, historical view from this era of the rear of the Old Goal, an historic old jail on Market Hill in the centre of Buckingham, the former county town of Buckinghamshire, England, UK. At this time a cafe, the Old Gaol Grill, was located in the historic building, which was constructed in the style of a castle and which dates back to 1748.
RMEG75AP–English dandies visiting a friend in a Whistling Shop (gin palace) in Fleet Prison (debtor's gaol). Tom and Jerry visiting Logic 'on board the Fleet.' Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Isaac Robert Cruikshank and George Cruikshank from Pierce Egan's Life in London, Sherwood, Jones, London, 1823.
RM2B2RH84–A Victorian engraving showing prisoners being released from the House of Correction at Coldbath Fields , England (also known as Middlesex House of Correction and Clerkenwell Gaol and colloquially as The Steel). It housed low grade prisoners, political radicals and debtors on short terms up to two years and later vagrants and other non serious offenders. it's name derived from Cold Bath Spring, a medicinal spring discovered in 1697. Punishments included a treadmill and a regime of silence. The gaol was run by magistrates including Joseph Merceron, the corrupt 'Boss of Bethnal Green'.
RMD9X1KN–Stafford Gaol Road Corner early 1900s
RMTA0W75–The Chapel, Newgate Gaol, c1808-1810. A print from 'The Microcosm of London'. A print from 'The Microcosm of London', by William Henry Pyne (1770-1843). Artists: Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) and Auguste Charles Pugin (1762-1832). The prison chapel of Newgate Prison designed by George Dance the Younger.The notorious prison closed in 1902, and was demolished in 1904. The Old Bailey now stands upon the site of the former prison.
RMW4D7KK–Old Melbourne Gaol, Russell Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
RMG3T1PG–The arrival of Charles Parnell at Kilmainham Gaol, Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland in 1882. Charles Stewart Parnell, 1846 – 1891. Irish nationalist politician.
RM2B1KW8K–Yarmouth Tollhouse and entry to the old gaol, seen here in the 19th century, Yarmouth, England. From English Pictures, published 1890.
RM2BW22HH–Hundred convicts, many Chinese were released when the Ward road Gaol Shanghai, the largest prison in the world, had to be evacuated during the Sino-Japanese fighting. The prison was hit several times by shells. 8 September 1937 [?]
RM2J997RD–Interior of Stories of Lynn Museum and Old Gaol Cells, King's Lynn, Norfolk, England, UK
RMKCET0Y–Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi visits political prisoners in Gaol, 1946. Gandhi (2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948), was the preeminent leader of the Indian independence movement in British-ruled India.
RMKH3WWJ–Jack Sheppard, in Newgate Prison awaiting execution, Jack Sheppard, English thief and gaol-breaker of early 18th-century London
RMMM37YP–Stocks at the Public Gaol. Williamsburg. 1940
RMDRJY85–Sessions House and Gaol, Bermuda
RMG8TJEF–President Michael D Higgins at the opening of the new visitor centre in Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin.
RMHTWMCM–MARTYRDOM OF JOSEPH AND HIRAM SMITH IN CARTHAGE JAIL JUNE 27th 1844. An 1851 lithograph showing the two dead Mormons outside the gaol in Carthage, Illinois. Hyrum's name is misspelt in the original caption shown here.
RME0WH6P–Dec. 24, 1962 - The Argentine Mass Gaol-Break Attempt: Buenos Aires, the capital of the Argentine was recently the scene of grim attempt by the prisoners of the Villa Devoto Prison to break loose. Hundreds of prisoners took part in the fighting which lasted 10hours end which claimed the lives of ten (10) of the warders. After peace had been resorted to the prison the enfuriated warders on coming across the bodies of their 10 dead comrades rushed into the cells of the prisoners and over the governer's please to stop, shot end killed 14 of the insurgent prisoners
RM2H38A2G–18th century Old Gaol, Plaistow Street, Lingfield, Surrey, England, United Kingdom
RF2G3CF23–The Old York Gaol - 1720 - one of the oldest prison buildings in the US - York Village, Maine, USA. A historical site.
RM2CE1C12–Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-1891). Irish nationalist politician, leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party (1882-1891) and Home Rule League (1880-1882). Parnell's own newspaper, the 'United Ireland', attacked the Land Act and he was arrested on 13 October 1881, being imprisoned in Kilmainham gaol (Dublin). Gladstone's 1881 Land Act ignored certain other problems, including the plight of tenants who were in arrears with their rent, meaning they owed back rent. The leaders issued a 'no rent manifesto' from prison, encouraging tenants to continue avoiding the payment of rent to landlords until th
RMKA7NW6–1930 Jefferson County Jail / gaol USA
RMM6DW89–John Bunyan, with his blind daughter Mary outside the gates of Bedford County Gaol
RMEYBT91–Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin, Co Dublin, Ireland
RMW4D7JM–Old Melbourne Gaol, Russell Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
RM2G79AN5–Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Irish families waiting at main gate to enter and visit prisoners. From The London Illustrated News, November 5, 1881.
RMC2DT41–Gaol on Walnut Street in Philadelphia
RM2BW8FCJ–Where Fatal Gaol break was foiled gateway to Folsom Prison , California State Prison , where 11 were killed and 33 wounded . National Guardsmen stationed at the gateway where a convict ' s revolt was quelled by sharpshooting guards . 12 December 1927
RM2J997R7–Prison cells at the Stories of Lynn Museum and Old Gaol Cells, King's Lynn, Norfolk, England, UK
RMD9645W–Huntingdon County Gaol and House of Correction, England, built c1828 to design by William Wilkins. Radiating principle: Treadmills for grinding corn and raising water worked by prisoners: Prison uniform: Chaplain, The Rev. HA Maule. Woodcut, London, 1836.
RMBNYGYC–Richmond Gaol, Richmond, Tasmania, AUSTRALIA
RMDP95CE–The Reading Gaol Prison in Berkshire
RMG8TJE5–President Michael D Higgins speaking at the opening of the new visitor centre in Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin.
RFARHKK2–Bars on a cell door at Kilmainham Gaol
RME148F5–Apr. 17, 2012 - 12-YEAR OLD BOY SPENDS FORTNIGHT IN GAOL: A 12-year-old part-Aboriginal boy has been released after spending two weeks in gaol, at Alice Springs, Australia. When Mr. G.F. Hall, a local magistrate, sentenced the boy to two weeks gaol he said he was gravely concerned at the lack of institutions in the Northern Territory to which such cases could be sent. Mr. Hall said the boy had confessed to ''a great number of crimes''. His father felt that two weeks in gaol might bring the boy to his senses
RMBD3J4R–Old County Gaol Museum, Market Hill, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom
RF2G3CF0Y–A cannon in front of The Old York Gaol - 1720 - one of the oldest prison buildings in the US - York Village, Maine, USA. A historical site.
RMFT13T8–tourists queue outside the entrance to kilmainham gaol dublin Ireland
RMKA7MTC–portraits of Deputy Sheriff Jesse Wheat, jailer W Lovan and deputy sheriff C W Smith on guard at Benton gaol, Illinois USA protecting it from a gang who were to free the 'Gangster King' Charlie Birger
RMPAB9K9–Arrival of Charles Stewart Parnell, Irish Nationalist leader, imprisoned under the Coercion Act, at Kilmainham Gaol, Ireland. Arrested 13 October 1881 for sabotaging the Land Act
RMEYBFTX–Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin, Co Dublin, Ireland
RM2B7P7R0–Albany Convict Gaol and Museum, Albany, Western Australia, Australia
RM2J6PAPX–Participants in the Gordon Riots in June 1780, fueled by anti-Catholic hostility, attack London's Newgate gaol. After an engraving from The New, Impartial and Complete History of England by Edward Barnard, published in London 1783.
RM2C7JM8X–Oscar Wilde, Ballad of Reading Gaol, Poem, Paperback Book
RM2BW8FC9–Where Fatal Gaol break was foiled gateway to Folsom Prison , California State Prison , where 11 were killed and 33 wounded . National Guardsmen stationed at the gateway where a convict ' s revolt was quelled by sharpshooting guards . 12 December 1927
RM2HTK48C–Exterior of 15th century Old Gaol House housing Stories of Lynn Museum and Old Gaol Cells, King's Lynn, Norfolk, England, UK
RMD96462–Reading Gaol, Berkshire, England. Opened 1844 and on the same plan as model the prison at Pentonville, arranged in 4 wings joined by central Inspection Hall. Approximately 520 cells, each with hammock, stool, table, gas light, wash basin and WC. Lithograph. Oscar Wilde imprisoned here after his disgrace.
RMBNYGYR–Leg irons at old Richmond Gaol. Richmond, Tasmania, AUSTRALIA
RMDRF0H9–The Night-in-Gale (Gaol) by George Ranstead
RMG8TJEC–President Michael D Higgins speaking at the opening of the new visitor centre in Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin.
RFFE0TYM–HOGARTH: The Rake's Progress The Gaol, antique print 1845
RM2A3F137–Old prison cell door, The old Gaol, Leicester Guildhall, England, UK
RME0YCYT–Nov. 11, 1969 - East German skyjackers Get Two Years Gaol. Ulrich Juergen von Hof, 19, and Peter Klemt (right), 24, two East Germans, standing before a French military tribunal in West Berlin, which sentenced them each to two years imprisonement for sjyjacking a Polish Ilyushin airliner and forcing int to fly to West Berlin last month.
RMBD3HD7–Old County Gaol Museum, Market Hill, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom
RMCEFF3W–Sign for the 'Tales of the Old Gaol House' attraction in King's Lynn.
RMAD1YCW–Prison yard of Kilmainham Gaol monument memorial in Dublin Ireland
RM2C4R3H4–An old plan of Coldbath Fields Prison, formerly known as the Middlesex House of Correction or Clerkenwell Gaol . It was known colloquially the Steel. Situated in Mount Pleasant, Clerkenwell, London. Founded in the early 1600's, completely rebuilt 1794, extended 1850. Prisoners were generally on short sentences of up to two years with separate quarters for women (and children),men, felons, those guilty of misdemeanors and vagrants. It was originally run by magistrates including the corrupt Joseph Merceron. In 1850, women and children moved to Tothill Fields, Bridewell . The prison employed
RMFT13W3–proclamation sculpture by rowan gillespie outside the entrance to kilmainham gaol dublin Ireland the sculpture represents the ma
RMEYC0FM–Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin, Co Dublin, Ireland, Hanging Cell
RM2GF9M52–The Tolhouse Gaol, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, UK
RMDDMHCJ–SCHOOL OR GAOL
RM2C7JGKW–Oscar Wilde, Ballad of Reading Gaol, Poem, Paperback Book
RM2BW24TW–America's public enemy No 1 court after Gaol Break. Floyd Hamilton, American public enemy No 1, has been captured by the police, it is reported from Dallas, Texas, after a long search, extending over several states. 22 August 1938
RM2HTK46R–Exterior of 15th century Old Gaol House housing Stories of Lynn Museum and Old Gaol Cells, King's Lynn, Norfolk, England, UK
RMD95W62–Epidemic Typhus or Gaol Fever, caused by the organism Rickettsia prowazeki, is spread by lice. Here a peasant woman in the Spanish Pyrenees is removing lice, the vector for the disease, from her child's head as the family takes a rest on their journey. Tinted lithograph from 'Nouvelles Suite de Costumes des Pyrenees' (Paris, c1840).
RFJ73FDA–brig jail captivity prison held gaol window porthole dormer window pane sad
RMC45T9G–Kitchen and bakehouse in the Old Convict Gaol. Albany, Western Australia, Australia
RMG37YCE–A Suffragette taken to Holloway Gaol. Date: 1905
RMGCT691–A general view of Dublin's Kilmainham Gaol where today volunteers who saved and restored it claimed they are being denied the right to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the start of their work.
RFH3ETJF–BERKS The new Gaol, at Reading 1844. Illustrated London News
RM2A3F134–A replica of the Gibbet irons used to display the body of James Cook after he was hanged, The Old Gaol, Leicester Guildhall, England, UK
RMKXDY32–Prisoner Grace Punkett's painting of the Virgin Mary, Kilmainham Gaol, former prison in Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland
RMBD3HR4–Old County Gaol Museum, Market Hill, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom
RMCB49FD–Sign for the 'Tales of the Old Gaol House' attraction in King's Lynn.
RMAD1YDK–Guided tour at the prison yard of Kilmainham Gaol monument memorial in Dublin Ireland
RMG5N25M–John Bunyan with his wife and blind first daughter, Mary, was born in 1650, at the gates of Bedford Gaol. Bunyan was an English writer and Baptist preacher best remembered as the author of the Christian allegory 'The Pilgrim's Progress'.
RMC83260–1811 Old prison Gaol, Abingdon, Oxfordshire
RMGF0M6C–Abstract light fixture in Cork Gaol, Cork, Ireland.
RMKTTB15–melbourne gaol jail
RMW58TNE–The ballad of Reading Gaol : Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900
RM2C7NR5D–Oscar Wilde, Books, Complete Works and The Ballad of Reading Gaol Book Paperback
RM2BW22XB–Hundred convicts, many Chinese were released when the Ward road Gaol Shanghai, the largest prison in the world, had to be evacuated during the Sino-Japanese fighting. The prison was hit several times by shells. A foreign the briskly departing after his unexpected release. 8 September 1937 [?]
RM2J7G4RW–Exterior of 15th century Old Gaol House housing Stories of Lynn Museum and Old Gaol Cells, King's Lynn, Norfolk, England, UK
RMKCETYJ–London Cigarette Card Company card 1924 depicting: Jack Sheppard (1702 – 1724) ; notorious English thief and gaol-breaker of early 18th-century London. Born into a poor family, he was apprenticed as a carpenter but took to theft and burglary in 1723, with little more than a year of his training to complete. He was arrested and imprisoned five times in 1724 but escaped four times from prison, making him a notorious public figure, and wildly popular with the poorer classes. Ultimately, he was caught, convicted, and hanged at Tyburn
RMGNR5EB–Carlingford 1326 gaol
RMC466H8–Prison walls of the Old Convict Gaol - built in 1851 and now used as a museum. Albany, Western Australia, Australia
RMER5GM9–County Gaol, Huntingdon, near St Ives, Cambridgeshire, England. 1900s
RM2D31GP9–Rangers' Tore Andre Flo scores his team's second gaol against Hearts, during their Bank of Scotland Scottish Premiership match at Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow. Final score: Rangers 2 Hearts 0.
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