British Library

The British Library's main site is on the Euston Road, though they also have a newspaper archive in Colindale.

The building of the British Library is worth a look if you are waiting for a train at the nearby Euston Station and King's Cross St. Pancras Station railway stations.

Although you need a readers pass to access the collections held at the library, the building itself is open to the public, and there are generally a couple of exhibitions happenning. In addition there is a restauant and a coffee bar inside.

Most of the library, including the cofee bar and courtyard has wireless internet access (pay as you go, and seriously overpay, at that) - see their page about it.

As an aside, they have a bizarre domain name!

You think that's weird! You should see the British Museum's domain name. :)

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