Old Bailey

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The site of many public executions, many say those executed still remain in the building, usually in the ‘Dead Man’s Walk’ (where they were led to be hung). Other people say that plague victims are reported in this location (as thousands of them were buried nearby).

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Old Bailey
London EC4M 7HS

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51.5157148729316, -0.10182926062043407
Greater London
Nearest Towns:
City Of London, UK (0.4 mi.)
London, UK (0.4 mi.)
Bloomsbury, UK (0.6 mi.)
Holborn, UK (0.6 mi.)
Charing Cross, UK (1.0 mi.)
Finsbury, UK (1.0 mi.)
Spitalfields, UK (1.1 mi.)
Islington, UK (1.2 mi.)
City Of Westminster, UK (1.3 mi.)
Westminster, UK (1.3 mi.)


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