Beechworth Gaol – Right wing

There's not much to say along there. It's a two-storey corridor with doors along it

That's the gallows from below. You can see the black figure above it in the first photo.

Inside a cell.

That's a door

More doors. The wings were extended in later years, so different building materials.

Heading upstairs.

There's not a lot of originality in Victorian prison architecture (that's Melbourne).

Another cell.

The newer extension on the end.

The condemned cell.

Doomed silhouette.

Back down the stairs.


Now back to the centre and then to the left wing and outside.

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