North Yorkshire Views
Dick Turpin's Cell
This photograph shows the condemned cell at York Castle Museum. It is here that Dick Turpin, the notorious highwayman, is reputed to have spent his last night before his execution on the Knavesmire on 7th April 1739 for horse stealing.
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last updated: 25/06/2008 at 13:57