HMP & HMYOI Northallerton, North Yorkshire
Opened in 1785, back then in was called the North Yorkshire House of Correction (no human rights in them days). Cor not ‘arf. There were worms in the porridge and maggots in the straw (no beds). Then in the 1930’s it became a military prison and a tough one at that: hard and brutal. Now it’s a YP jail with 300 cons in it. Get the ball out and have a kick about…
Loonyology: The Autobiography of Britain’s Most Notorious Prisoner
Charles Bronson. 2008
The Jail closed in 2013 and is currently being demolished.