: This image shows the front facades of the Madison County Sheriff's Office and the Madison County Courthouse. The sheriff's office served as the county jail until 2000, when the Tri-County Regional Jail was opened. The original building had two sections, one of which was the county jail and the other served as the Sheriff's residence. The jail held female, male and juvenile prisoners. In the early 1980s, the Sheriff moved out of the residence and this portion of the building became offices. The entire building now houses county offices. The jail is located on the southeast corner of the courthouse square. To the right is the Madison County Courthouse. View on Ohio Memory.
: AV101_B01F04_292 Subjects
: Public buildings--Ohio; Courthouses--Ohio; National Register of Historic Places; mansard roofs; dormers; pediments; clock towers; columns (architectural elements); pavilions (building divisions); Second Empire; Beaux-Arts Places
: London (Ohio); Madison County (Ohio);