Richmond Castle: Conserving the Cell Block Graffiti

English Heritage

English Heritage
United Kingdom

The thousands of graffiti written and drawn by prisoners and others from the First World War onwards on the walls of a cell block at Richmond Castle form a unique and remarkable record. But the graffiti are fragile – they line the walls of a 19th-century building that wasn’t designed to last.

Details

  • Title: Richmond Castle: Conserving the Cell Block Graffiti
  • Location: Richmond, North Yorkshire, England
  • Location Created: Richmond Castle
  • Type: Video
  • Original Source: RICHMOND CASTLE

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