Behind Bars: The Hidden Architecture of England's Prisons
English Heritage, Jan 1, 1999 - Architecture - 97 pages
` Behind Bars offers a glimpse of this hidden world of England's prisons' with examples taken from the surveys carried out by the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England. Cells, dormitories and cubicles, kitchens and dining rooms, the past, present and future are all discussed and illustrated.
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19th century adjacent Alfred Waterhouse architectural association area block containing Blundeston borstal built Bullingdon cell blocks Cell interior cells opening central service block centre chapel convict prison country houses county gaol Dartmoor designed Devon dining dormitories England England's prisons Everthorpe exercise yards facilities female Greater Manchester Grendon ground floor Hall Hewell Grange Historical Monuments HM PRISON SERVICE HMP & YOI HMP Hindley HMP Manchester HMP Rochester HMYOI Holloway house of correction houseblock John Howard Joshua Jebb Kent kitchen Lancashire large prisons late 18th century layout Littledean lock-up London Lowdham Grange male Millbank Newgate open borstal open corridor open prison penal Penitentiary Pentonville pnson Prison Buildings Prison Commission Prison Commissioners prison erected prison population Prison Service punishment rebuilt replaced secure prison segregation unit sentence separate system South Yorkshire staff Stoke Heath survive treadwheel type of prison view of gate visits walkways William Blackburn Wormwood Scrubs YOI Moorland