Dover Borough Lockup
In Dover community park as a historic building.
Fawn Grove Lockup
Privately owned, damaged by fire.
Delta Borough Lockup
Privately owned, storage building.
New Oxford Borough Lockup
In historic New Oxford fire house.
Red Lion Borough Lockup
Privately owned, storage building.
Seven Valleys Borough Lockup
Owned and maintained by Seven Valleys borough
Windsor Borough Lockup
Near ball field, believed privately owned.

Seven Valleys Lockup Photo Gallery

The Seven Valleys lockup was located near the Northern Central Railroad's tracks in the borough of Seven Valleys along Cherry Street.

The Seven Valleys lockup consisted of two cells, and a common area with a wood stove. The building was also used as the borough office into the 1980s.

The building still stands near the current U.S. Post Office in Seven Valleys, and is owned by the borough.

Click on each image below to see a larger version of the image.

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