"The British Library" British Library Tip by uglyscot

British Library, London: 28 reviews and 81 photos

  The British Library
by uglyscot

This library contains copies of all books printed, documents, maps et. There is a section devoted to Africa and Asia.
A reader's ticket has to be obtained when you go in, so have some identification.
You order documents or microfilm by number from an index and then there is a wait till they are delivered.

I found it exciting to see documents written by my great great grandfather, to see his handwriting and signature.
For researchers it is an absolute must.

Address: Euston Road
Directions: before the underpass and near St Pancras Station
Phone: +44 330 333 1144
Website: http://www.bl.uk

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Oct 19, 2008
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