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House of Correction, St John's Street, Nottingham, c 1895

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:St John's Street
:House of Correction, St John's Street, Nottingham, c 1895
:c 1895
:Bird, A.W
:A.W Bird
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The prison covered about ten thousand square yards of land, and was formerly occupied as a hospital, dedicated to St. John the Baptist. By the time the map of 1899 was published, the building was already in disuse as a prison. It was located at the east corner of Glasshouse Street and King Edward Street, where Oceana night club now (as of 2010) is.

See also NTGM009571 and NTGM015748 to NTGM015751.