Friday, January 14, 2011

Now Where Will We Incarcerate Unruly Anglo-Saxons?

Lancaster Castle, a Norman structure built in the 1090s, has housed a prison for the last few centuries. Now, however, the prison is being closed in part because the age of the structure limits the ways it can be used.

This is one of those places of which we can say "It's a nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there."

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  1. To the question of the title I think the appropriate answer is, "there's still the Tower of London". That'll probably hold all the unruly Anglo-Saxons we can find...

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