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March 28, 2008

Science Museum Library & Archives now open in Swindon

New facilities to house the Science Museum Library & Archives are now open in Swindon:

After several years of intensive work, the project to reconfigure the Science Museum Library & Archives across the two sites has been successful. The collections are now housed in better conditions than previously, and the newly-created and refurbished facilities are now open to researchers.

The BBC featured the library, and the significant science and technology collections based at Wroughton near Swindon, during its Inside Out West early evening local news programme today.  The National Museum of Science and Industry Inspire project hoped to build new visitor facilities on the Wroughton site but failed to win lottery funding last year.


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