In less than two months, Gloucester Prison is to close. Part of it is listed, so whoever takes it over will have to preserve its historical heritage.
One man who knows all about that is Andy Jones. He bought an historic jail in the Forest of Dean and now lives in it.
He's also converted part of it into a controversial museum of crime.
Ken Goodwin reports:
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