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    Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites The Gibbet Stone was put up in 1787 by James Stillwell of Cosford House It commemorates the murder of an unknown sailor on September 24th in 1786 He was killed by three other sailors Edward Lonegan Michael Casey and James Marshall They were caught the same day and hanged in chains on the site of the murder on the 7th April 1787

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    prison had eight cells and a sick room In 1820 an extension was begun This added 16 cells four dayrooms and two courtyards In 1822 it became known as the County House of Correction In 1823 four treadwheels were built These were for prisoners to use to grind corn By 1824 there were 22 cells three apartments for the sick two dayrooms and three airing yards A new chapel was

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    click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This monument was placed here in 1800 It s inscription reads This stone is erected to Perpetuate a Most Cruel Murder Committed on the Body of Thomas Webb a Poor Inhabitant of Swanmore on the 11 February 1800 by John Diggins a Private Soldier in the Talbot Fencibles whose remains are Gibbeted on

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    England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Treadmill at HMP Kingston Portsmouth Hampshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Kingston Prison opened in 1850 Like many prisons in the 19th century HMP Kingston adopted the policy of hard labour on unproductive tasks Those forced to work the treadmill or tread wheel were forced to climb 8 640 feet in 6 hours Copyright

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    images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites HMP Wandsworth is a category B local prison with a modern capacity of 1 371 persons Opened in 1851 as The Surrey House of Correction Wandsworth was built on the same principle as Pentonville prison utilising a panopticon design The building featured a central hub with separate spokes which helped to manage the separation of inmates 135 inmates

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    of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Wandsworth Prison Heathfield Road Wandsworth Greater London click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Interior view of Wandsworth Prioson showing a prison cell The prison opened in 1851 It originally had individual cells for 700 inmates each with a private toilet but after 1870 the toilets were removed to make way for more prisoners Copyright

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    England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Police Station Wimborne Minster Dorset click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites In 1756 the Chief Magistrate of Westminster Henry Fielding set up the first full time police force In 1856 the County and Borough Police Act was introduced which required a police force to be in operation in all districts This police station dates from

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    Prisoners cutting grass at Wormwood Scrubs London click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Various parts of the Scrubs were built using prison labour between 1874 and 1891 It was the first prison to use the Telegraph Pole layout Here prisoners are working on the prison gardens Note that the uniforms of the inmates still bear their characteristic arrows Copyright

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