A view of the front of the building.
The building was originally surrounded by a chain link fence.
The fencing was topped with very sharp razor wire.
Bob discusses renovations with the architect.
The original sign at the entrance to the building.
A corner shot of one of the 2 dormitories inside.
Standing in the galleria area looking towards the main entrance.
The guard station had bullet-proof glass and a view of all four corridors.
Standing in the cafeteria, facing the kitchen.
A shot of the rear entrance doors.
A wider view of the dormitories. Each had a privacy wall down the middle.
A view of the bathroom sinks. Toilets were to the right, showers on the left.
The facility was equipped with 16 shower stalls.
The dormitories were no-frills, barracks style.
Standing in the west common room, looking towards the west exit door.
Looking down the western-most hallway towards the westside, front entrance.
The building had its own laundry facility.
Solitary Confinement had its own stainless steel sink/toilet combo. Unfortunately, the State wanted this back!
A view from the galleria entrance toward the eastern exit.
The facility had a fully functional kitchen. The State kept most most of the appliances.
Another shot of the kitchen. We were able to keep a sink, but not much else.
A shot from the main entrance hallway into the galleria.
A shot of the galleria facing the cafeteria.
A view of the eastern common room.
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