Name: British Library Location: Kings Cross Comments: one of the few places to work that is completely free! Bring your own coffee and settle down with hundreds of other students, freelancers and entrepreneurs that use this high ceilinged work space. The seats with power outlets are at a premium to come early, but the business and innovation centre has comfortable desks and tends to be quiet so that's a good option if you're fully charged.

Name: British Library Location: Kings Cross Comments: one of the few places to work that is completely free! Bring your own coffee and settle down with hundreds of other students, freelancers and entrepreneurs that use this high ceilinged work space. The seats with power outlets are at a premium to come early, but the business and innovation centre has comfortable desks and tends to be quiet so that's a good option if you're fully charged.

The British Travel Bucket List For Booklovers: The British Library at St. Pancras, London. #reading #books #britain

The British Travel Bucket List For Booklovers

The British Travel Bucket List For Booklovers: The British Library at St. Pancras, London. #reading #books #britain

The British Library in London is a must visit for any book lover!

12 essential places in Britain for book lovers

The British Library - London, which carries copies of every book ever published in Great Britain.-----in the John Ritblat Gallery one can see a display of the original manuscript of "Alice's Adventures Underground," which later came to be Alice in Wonderland.

The British Library - London, which carries copies of every book ever published in Great Britain.-----in the John Ritblat Gallery one can see a display of the original manuscript of "Alice's Adventures Underground," which later came to be Alice in Wonderland.

British Library - Here, some of the most famous written and printed items in the world are displayed, and you might see the Lindisfarne Gospels, Shakespeare’s first Folio, Handel’s Messiah, the Gutenberg Bible, drafts of the Magna Carta and the Beatles’ manuscripts.

British Library

British Library - Here, some of the most famous written and printed items in the world are displayed, and you might see the Lindisfarne Gospels, Shakespeare’s first Folio, Handel’s Messiah, the Gutenberg Bible, drafts of the Magna Carta and the Beatles’ manuscripts.

Fuchs du hast die Gans gestohlen (FdhdGg) Geflügel im Mittelalter. Luttrell Psalter, England um 1330-1340; London, British Library, Add. Ms. 42130, fol. 31.

Fuchs du hast die Gans gestohlen (FdhdGg) Geflügel im Mittelalter. Luttrell Psalter, England um London, British Library, Add. Ms. fol.

The British Library, London | The British Travel Bucket List For Booklovers

The British Library, London

Shadows forming at the entrance to the British Library in London - near King's Cross station where Harry Potter would catch the train to Hogwart's at 11 3/4

Literary Tourism: London

Shadows forming at the entrance to the British Library in London - near King's Cross station where Harry Potter would catch the train to Hogwart's at 11 3/4

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