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About meLondon Transport Museum is housed in the former flower market building in London's famous Covent Garden. The Museum offers a fascinating insight into the Capital's unique public transport heritage and looks at future plans for London too. Thousands of photographs and posters are available to look at and buy on our website as part of our Online Museum. If you want to dig a bit deeper and do some research, come and visit our Library.
About my libraryThe Museum Library is open by appointment to anyone wanting to undertake research. Whether it's a postgraduate thesis, a business enquiry, family history, school homework, or research for a novel - all researchers are welcome. If you have a question but can't visit in person, you can contact us through the website. Our full library catalogue isn't available yet online, but we hope this selection of material on LibraryThing will give you a good idea what we are about. If you are looking for a particular publication and don't find it here, do get in touch to see if we have it. We are interested to hear what you think about our Library, and the publications you have found useful, so please do add your comments and reviews.
Real nameLondon Transport Museum Library
LocationLondon, WC2E 7BB, England
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