The tunnel under the Crumlin Road which links the prison and the courthouse. 200903312075. The Victorian era Crumlin Road Prison, Belfast, N Ireland, UK, which has not been used as such since 1996, along with the Crumlin Road Courthouse on the opposite side of the road have both been give listed building status because of its historical and architectural significance. The prison is currently being redeveloped as a museum and may be offered as a film set. Both buildings are linked by a tunnel for the transfer of prisoners.
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