Richmond Castle: Conserving the Cell Block Graffiti

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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.

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  • 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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