Lister Drive Library, Liverpool

History
“Lister Drive Library was one of a number of donations made by Andrew Carnegie at the turn of the 20th Century to the people of Liverpool.

It remained in use as a public library until 2006, when serious problems with the fabric of the building began to emerge, forcing its closure. Now after several years of dereliction, emergency works are taking place to deal with the wet and dry rot.”

Source: https://historicengland.org.uk/advice/caring-for-heritage/take-ownership/case-studies/Lister-Drive-Library/

Explored: March 2019

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