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Libraries beyond SE23
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baggydave


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05-01-2008 12:23 AM

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I heard that there a disappointingly few books there.

Reminds me of the library close to my work in Westminster. Also a most wonderful Victorian building (or Edwardian...). The books there are not very interesting - just a couple of pages with words such as brinjal and pakora - but a wonderful snack bar, if alarmingly expensive, it is licensed (but not really a pub) and you see the most famous of public figures there, blowing their vast expense accounts.

BD - blowing very hot, and cold

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steveb


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13-01-2008 05:34 PM

Presume you are refering to the old library in Great Smith street. A sad, sad loss...

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