Beauchamp Tower, Tower of London. <<Throughout its long history the Beauchamp Tower has been used on and off to house high ranking prisoners. Its large size and close location to the Lieutenant's Lodgings, now the Queen's House, made the Beauchamp Tower perfect for housing important prisoners. Lady Jane Rochford, lady-in-waiting to Queen Catherine Howard, the fifth wife of King Henry VIII, was interogated in the Beauchamp Tower prior to the Queen's trial.>>
Traitors' Gate At the base of St Thomas's Tower at the Tower of London. Built for Edward I back in the 13th century, it was where prisoners were brought via the Thames to the Tower to serve time or as likely, face the axe.