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Portsmouth Naval Prison (Historic)

Portsmouth Naval Prison is a former U.S. Navy and Marine prison in Kittery, Maine on Seavey's Island, the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (PNS) compound. The building's appearance earned it a nickname, "the Castle." Others called it "Alcatraz of the East" because no inmate ever successfully escaped. Erected near the site of former Fort Sullivan, the reinforced concrete naval prison was occupied from 1908 until 1974.



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Submitted: 07/14/2009

By: sladys

Location: New Castle, NH

Category: Prisons

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