Occupants of the Pentonville Prison in London, 1967 / Insassen des Pentonville-Gefängnisses in London, 1967  |  © Jürgen Schadeberg / Mitteldeutscher Verlag /   Central German Publishers... ... Old Men, Reading, Books.

Occupants of the Pentonville Prison in London, 1967 / Insassen des Pentonville-Gefängnisses in London, 1967 | © Jürgen Schadeberg / Mitteldeutscher Verlag / Central German Publishers... ... Old Men, Reading, Books.

Medieval prison. A look at what happened if you were naughty in Late Medieval London ;) ~S  http://www.medievalists.net/2014/07/27/prisons-punishments-late-medieval-london/  #London #Prisons #Medieval

Medieval prison. A look at what happened if you were naughty in Late Medieval London ;) ~S http://www.medievalists.net/2014/07/27/prisons-punishments-late-medieval-london/ #London #Prisons #Medieval

Graffiti at the Tower of London.  Hipster English prisoners, Defaming walls in Latin since before you were born.

Graffiti at the Tower of London. Hipster English prisoners, Defaming walls in Latin since before you were born.

Dennis Nilsen(1945) is a serial killer and necrophiliac, also known as the Muswell Hill Murderer and the Kindly Killer, who committed the murders of 15 young men in London, England between 1978 and 1983.He retained his victims' bodies for extended periods of time before dissecting their remains and disposing of them via burning or flushing the remains down a lavatory.Nilsen was convicted in  1983 of six counts of murder, two of attempted murder and is currently incarcerated in prison in…

Dennis Nilsen(1945) is a serial killer and necrophiliac, also known as the Muswell Hill Murderer and the Kindly Killer, who committed the murders of 15 young men in London, England between 1978 and 1983.He retained his victims' bodies for extended periods of time before dissecting their remains and disposing of them via burning or flushing the remains down a lavatory.Nilsen was convicted in 1983 of six counts of murder, two of attempted murder and is currently incarcerated in prison in…

The Tower of London.  Former prison and execution site of second wife of Henry the VIII, Anne Boleyn, who was beheaded in the tower.  Creeeeepy....

The Tower of London. Former prison and execution site of second wife of Henry the VIII, Anne Boleyn, who was beheaded in the tower. Creeeeepy....

14th July 1943: Despite the war, French people in London celebrate France's Bastille Day by dancing in the streets. They are commemorating the storming of the Bastille prison in Paris on July 14th 1789, during the French Revolution. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1493 - Street Dancing For France's July 14th - pub. 1943 (Photo by Leonard McCombe/Picture Post/Getty Images)

14th July 1943: Despite the war, French people in London celebrate France's Bastille Day by dancing in the streets. They are commemorating the storming of the Bastille prison in Paris on July 14th 1789, during the French Revolution. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1493 - Street Dancing For France's July 14th - pub. 1943 (Photo by Leonard McCombe/Picture Post/Getty Images)

Tate Britain (formerly the Tate Gallery) Millbank, London. Opened in 1897 on site of former Millbank Prison. Designed by Sidney R.J. Smith.

Tate Britain (formerly the Tate Gallery) Millbank, London. Opened in 1897 on site of former Millbank Prison. Designed by Sidney R.J. Smith.

Newgate Prison was a prison in London, at the corner of Newgate Street and Old Bailey just inside the City of London. It was originally located at the site of Newgate, a gate in the Roman London Wall. The gate/prison was rebuilt in the 12th century, and demolished in 1904. The prison was extended and rebuilt many times, and remained in use for over 700 years, from 1188 to 1902.

Newgate Prison was a prison in London, at the corner of Newgate Street and Old Bailey just inside the City of London. It was originally located at the site of Newgate, a gate in the Roman London Wall. The gate/prison was rebuilt in the 12th century, and demolished in 1904. The prison was extended and rebuilt many times, and remained in use for over 700 years, from 1188 to 1902.

The Tower of London (depicted in Tudor Times) was a prison and a royal residence. While awaiting their coronation, the king (or queen) customarily lived in the royal apartments in the Tower of London.

The Tower of London (depicted in Tudor Times) was a prison and a royal residence. While awaiting their coronation, the king (or queen) customarily lived in the royal apartments in the Tower of London.

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