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The shelves are filling fast at The Hive

  • 28th February 2012

The removal men really are doing a great job in shifting the thousands of boxes we have to move to The Hive. We are very grateful to them – especially as they don’t seem to get fed up when we change our minds and ask them to move the items to a different strongroom (several times over!). Here are some of the latest photographs:

The main corridor which houses six of our seven strongrooms. The seventh is on the second floor, holding our most frequently accessed material:?

Our removal men at work:

?Come back soon as our next post will be the final instalment of our Photographic Tour of The Hive!

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