Burra Police Lock-up and Stables – National Trust Property
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About this site: Erected at the rear of the first police station in 1847, the cells were used as a temporary Gaol until Redruth Gaol was built in 1856 with additional cells, stables and yard added in 1873. Dedicated to the National Trust in 1976, it is part of the Burra Heritage Trail.
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