Dana Prison, Shrewsbury

History
“HM Prison Shrewsbury was a Category B/C men’s prison in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. It closed in March 2013.

The former prison site, on Howard Street, adjacent to Shrewsbury railway station, is near the site of the Dana Gaol, a medieval prison. The name The Dana is still often used for the prison, as well as being the name of the road to one side of the prison and the pedestrian route that runs from near the front of the prison into the town centre via a footbridge over the station. The now disused platform 8 at the station, masked from the opposite platform by a high wall, was used for transporting prisoners between 1868 and the First World War.”

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HM_Prison_Shrewsbury

Explored: September 2018

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