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Designed by Sir Charles Lanyon and based on the London Pentonville Prison, the Crumlin Road Gaol was built in 1946 to replace the county court gaol in Carrickfergus. It closed its doors to prisoners in 1996. Part of the site re-opened as a tourist attraction in 2014.