Beaumaris Gaol

We called in at Beaumaris Gaol, one of the great surviving examples of early nineteenth-century criminal justice, designed by Joseph Hansom of the Hansom Cab and his partner, Edward Welch, and opened in 1829 as it says prominently on its austere stone portico.

It occupies a block on Steeple Lane, immediately opposite the town church:-

The entrance portico:-

The chapel:-

The staircase and corridors:-

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