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Original cell. Prisoners were locked in their cells for 23hrs per day in the nineteenth century.
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Staff and students view official prison inventories and records.
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Ruthin Gaol from the outside showing the tower where a furnace was situated to heat the cell block.
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The imposing structure of this Pentonville style prison is obvious to see.
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Guidance to visitors of prisoners.
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Ruthin county gaol list of  Rules for prisoners. 
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Students see the menu on offer to nineteenth century prisoners.
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Nineteenth century shared washing facilities.
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Students view 'the crank', a nineteenth century device aimed at punishing prisoners.
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Students view prison records drawn from the county archives.
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