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|San Francisco jail #3 has been closed and is scheduled for demolition. It has been replaced with San Francisco jail #7, which is partially visible behind jail #3.||11/05/2008||490|
|Morristown Airport, located in Florham Park, NJ.||08/04/2005||230|
|Nine Men's Morris painted on the ground.||11/02/2007||416|
|Benton County Jail||02/07/2006||407|
|Home of Stephen G. Morris, Marie Phillips-Miller, and their son:Paul F. Miller IV||03/20/2006||274|
|Carandiru - Jail Complex - Today is totally de-activated, and the buildings were demolished. A park was created in its place. (Yought Park) - Sao Paulo. It used to be the biggest Jail Complex in Latin America.||08/22/2005||400|
|Morris Motors Limited was a British motor vehicle manufacturer formed in 1919 to take over the assets of WRM Motors Ltd., which had been put into voluntary liquidation. Though merged[note 1] into larger organisations, the Morris name remained in use until 1984 when British Leyland's Austin Rover Group decided to concentrate on the more popular Austin brand. The trademark is currently owned by t...||09/08/2014||5|
|To the right of the river and to the left of N Main street, you will see remnants of the Morris Canal This part of the canal ran right down plane street via an inclined plane. I believe the plane looked like so:|
http://www.canalsocietynj.org/P7E.html but I could be mistaken.
|Kilmainham Gaol (sometimes referred to by the modern American English version, Kilmainham Jail) is a former prison, located in Inchicore in Dublin, which is now a museum.|
Kilmainham Gaol has played an important part in Irish history, as many leaders of Irish rebellions were imprisoned and some executed in the jail. The jail has also been used as a set for several films.
|Liberty Jail is the location of the martyrdom of Joseph Smith, founder of the LDS or "Mormom" church.||08/19/2005||329|
|Long Bay Jail , Sydney , Australia||09/08/2005||488|
|Old Melbourne Jail, Victoria, Australia. Built in the mid 1800's, between 1842 and 1929 [when it closed] there were 135 hangings including the famous bushranger Ned Kelly. Thankfully capital punishment is no more a part of Australia.||10/21/2005||378|