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Prince Rupert's Tower (to the left of the picture with the conical roof), or The Roundhouse, is an old Bridewell or lock-up that is still located on Everton Brow, in Netherfield Road, Everton, Liverpool. It is used on the crest of Everton F.C.. The tower takes it name from Prince Rupert of the Rhine who stayed in the village a century earlier. It was built in 1787, and was used to incarcerate wrong-doers until they could be hauled before the magistrate the following morning. An early print…

Everton Brow

Prince Rupert's Tower on Everton Brow is the Image Used on the Everton FC Badge

Prince Rupert's Tower, Everton FC's Symbol - geograph.org.uk - 72858 - Everton F.C. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In EFC's Crest is 'Prince Rupert's Tower' or The 'Everton Tower' - an old overnight jail/lock up in the Everton area since its construction in 1787 for drunks or lost sheep. It still stands today on Everton Brow in Netherfield Road. ( Door is around at the back)