Focus on Eastern State Penitentiary: Surveillance

It's been a busy and frozen January and, not having the time  or will to be outside for more than a few minutes to explore Philly with my camera, please enjoy some archived photos from my days as a tour guide at Eastern state Penitentiary. First up, the surveillance mirrors installed to monitor the second wave of construction cell blocks 8 & 9, 27 November 2011.

It’s been a busy and frozen January and, not having the time or will to be outside for more than a few minutes to explore Philly with my camera, I’m low on new photo stock. With that in mind, please enjoy some archived photos from my days as a tour guide at the very photogenic Eastern State Penitentiary. First up, the surveillance mirrors installed to monitor blind corners developed from the second wave of construction – cell blocks 8 & 9, 27 November 2011.

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This entry was published on January 27, 2014 at 7:09 am. It’s filed under Architecture, Fairmount/Art Museum, Historic Preservation and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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