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Dornoch Jail Cell door lock and key
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Dornoch Jail Cell door lock and key

Steel plate door lock with key from a Dornoch Jail cell. The lock plate has four countersunk holes for retaining screws and the edge plate has two countersunk holes. There is a substantial lock bolt the projecting size measuring 90 x 32 mm and 20 mm thick. The key has a single ring handle and a simple design for the engaging mechanism. The key measures 118 x 85 x 15 mm
Picture added on 23 September 2008
Comments:
I have the same lock but no key and it came from a police cell in the original police station in Coldingham, Berwickshire

Many thanks for your comment, it is interesting to see the same kind of locks in different parts of the Country - Administrator.
Added by William Cran on 03 March 2013
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