Let’s start with a few from Williamsburg, USA. Probably the most photographed pillory in the world.
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The Jailer's Inn in Kentucky offers bed and breakfast....and cell doors with iron bars on the windows. These guests were late for breakfast.
Kryal Castle in Australia, where they know just how to deal with whinging poms.
Corfe Castle in Dorset, England, was slighted by the Parliamentarians during the English Civil War in the 17th century. "Slighting" means ruined; they did not mess about back then. Fortunately the pillory there remains unscathed.
A resurgence of piracy at Nassau in the Bahamas.
This pillory resides in Elizabeth Fort, Cork, Ireland. It looks suspiciously similar to the pillory at the Roundhouse in Freemantle, Australia (see Family Album 2). This must be a colonial export, or an example of parallel evolution. I refuse to believe the Aussies simply nicked this design from Ireland.
And finally, some miscellaneous pictures.
Last modified 2 May 2019.