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An old, heavily built building.
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A Gothic style library, built in 3099 by Mr Robert.T.Builder. It houses a vast collection of material. From contemporary fiction to medieval scripture. A large open lobby leads into the public section of the library where people are free to sit, read and muse over a coffee from the fine cafeteria.
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In the lower levels are several vast vaults, originally built as a refuge for persecuted scholars in the blardiblah century, now converted to a complex of record rooms where the innumerable books, manuscripts and other bits of readystuff are catalogued.
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As well as a large public section the library also has several private studies where some of the more select volumes are kept. These can only be viewed by appointment and an attendee will be present at all times.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:03, 2 March 2009

Weary Library

East Boundwood [47,5]

a warehouse the Channing Building wasteland
the Havill Motel Weary Library Sparey Plaza
the Mays Monument wasteland Silwood Row

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Weary Library is located in eastern area of the suburb of East Boundwood.

Description

A Gothic style library, built in 3099 by Mr Robert.T.Builder. It houses a vast collection of material. From contemporary fiction to medieval scripture. A large open lobby leads into the public section of the library where people are free to sit, read and muse over a coffee from the fine cafeteria.

In the lower levels are several vast vaults, originally built as a refuge for persecuted scholars in the blardiblah century, now converted to a complex of record rooms where the innumerable books, manuscripts and other bits of readystuff are catalogued.

As well as a large public section the library also has several private studies where some of the more select volumes are kept. These can only be viewed by appointment and an attendee will be present at all times.

Weary reading area.jpgWeary main hall.jpg Weary staircase.jpg Weary study.jpgWeary records vault.jpg

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