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Nailsworth 1848-1977 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10880-21)
Nailsworth 1857 - 1977 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10880-31)
Nailsworth Police Station (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2291)
Photograph from Dave Blakeman
Nailsworth 1977-2012 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10878-32)
Nettleton 1857-1890 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10878-33)
Newent Police Station and Magistrates Court. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1738-1)
Newent 1845-1973 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10878-34)
Newent Police Station (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2290)
Photograph from Dave Blakeman
Newent 1973-2012 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10878-35)
Newnham on Severn 1873-1968 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10880-22)
Newnham on Severn 1873-1968 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10878-36)
Newnham on Severn 1968-early 2000 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10878-37)
Newport early 1903 -1975 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10880-23)
Newport early 20th century -1975 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10878-38)
North Cerney 960s - end 20th century (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10878-39)
Northleach Police Station. The Gloucestershire Act of 1785 provided for the building of four new houses of correction in Gloucestershire, to replace the old bridewells. Lawford’s Gate, in Bristol, was rebuilt, but the other jails were closed down completely, and new ones opened in 1791 at Northleach, Horsley and Littledean. Conditions in these new houses of correction may still have been harsh, but at least every prisoner in them was given a bed to sleep on, food to eat, and fresh air in which to exercise. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 14-1)
Northleach (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10878-40)
Northleach Police Station - New. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 8204)

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This page was added on 18/01/2022.

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