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Bill Bryson Library

The Bill Bryson Library is situated on Stockton Road on the Science Site of Durham University. The library was originally built in 1968, and was significantly extended since then. The Bill Bryson Library became the main library of the University in 1983; there are 4 further libraries, including the Palace Green Library (special collections and archives), Leazes Road Library, Durham Business School Library, and Queen's Campus Library.

Durham University 1968 Palace Green Library
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Library, Science site, Durham University, 1968

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Bill Bryson Library

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Bill Bryson Library - Durham University
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