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Southwell Workhouse

By Hurstbourne
The workhouse at Southwell in Nottinghamshire was designed and built by the Reverend J. T. Becher in 1824. It is now open to the public after being acquired and renovated by the National Trust and is well worth a visit.

This is the fourth of several photographs I took in 2002 and shows the front of the building from another angle with the womenís dormitories on the left and the Menís dormitories on the right. In the centre is the governorís entrance and above are the masterís and the matronís bedrooms.

Tags: General Architecture Workhouse Nottinghamshire Digitally manipulated Southwell Workhouse

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LynneJoyce Plus
8 20 99 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2014 7:50AM
Well captured. An imposing building that probably scared the hell out of those who had to resort to going there.

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