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Armley Gaol, postcard

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Armley Gaol, postcard
c1910. Postcard view of Armley Gaol with a postmark of 24th July 1910. Designed by architects Perkins and Backhouse, the prison was opened in 1847 and cost £43,000 for the buildings and the land.

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I worked for the company that rebuilt the execution facility in the early 1950s The Co. was J&H Woods.





Brilliant! A post card from Armley nick. "Wish You Were Here"


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