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New windows have been inserted below the stone string courses to light bedrooms of the Malmaison Hotel, formerly Oxford Prison, without disturbing the historic windows and window openings above. Image source: The creative re-use of historic prisons, IHBCs Context 150, published in July 2017, written by Will Holborow. http://ihbconline.co.uk/context/150/index.html#32
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