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Here are two of the buildings in the Darlinghurst Gaol complex, which I bemoaned had not been sympathetically renovated over the years. It was first occupied in 1841, when only three of the buildings were complete: a men's cell block; a women's cell block; and the governor's residence.
The second photograph is of the National Art School Library, which is housed in what was, in earlier times, the gaol hospital. The third photograph is of the original 1841 Governor's residence. I do not mind the appearance of the library, just that it does not seem to be very authentic. I must go into the library and visit the Stairwell Gallery, as I think the stairs are very similar to the ones shown here yesterday.