Spent a delightful afternoon at the prison, tour guide was great and had a lot of great stories to tell us. We went through with a school group and they were well behaved, attentive, and got a lot out of the visit. The buildings are in pretty good shape, and after a stay I believe most would have never wanted to return. The wardens house is on the corner, vacant and worth a walk by when you visit. Our guide said it was built with some asbestos and no one seemed interested in rehabilitating it. Its nice that they did not just tear it down, when they ceased using it.
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