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Beechworth Timber lock-up
Victoria

The Beechworth timber lock-up was used to hold prisoners. Just a few steps away is the side entrance to the courthouse, where the accused would have entered. Just inside the courthouse side door are the holding cells (male on the right and female on the left), where the accused would have waited for their trials. The stone building next to the lock-up is the Gold Receiver's Office and Sub Treasury, which was built in 1856 and was the Beechworth Police Station at the time of the Kelly Gang.

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