... was built in 1825, on the site of the city's House of Correction, as the City and County Bridewell. When Barlinnie Prison opened in 1882, Duke Street became largely a women's prison, which it remained until it closed in 1955. Information from the wonderful "Glasgow Encyclopedia" by Joe Fisher. There may be more, as well as illustrations, at <www.TheGlasgowStory.com
PS If you do visit The Glasgow Story, check out my three articles on Glasgow graveyards through the years.