Bodleian Library sets up in Swindon
Tin shed near motorway provides room for overspill from historic Oxford library
Today Professor Andrew Hamilton and Dr Sarah Thomas, respectively vice chancellor of Oxford University and head of one of the oldest and most famous libraries in the world, will hold a little ceremony in the unlikely surroundings of a very large tin shed in Swindon.
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