The Maughan Library is the library and information service of King's College London (University of London). The building is an imposing Victorian neo-Gothic structure, and these virtual tours shows the entrance from Chancery Lane and the main courtyard.The Maughan Library was, until 1997 (when all records were moved to Kew or Islington), the Public Records Office. The Public Records Office is now known as The National Archives.
The Maughan Library, Entrance from Chancery Lane is copyright 2008.
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