I prepared and filed this post a good while ago and forgot about it.
It is especially for my good friends Dolores and Neet and for my family who live far away from the city.
Dolores is a librarian in Slovenia and will love to see this.
Neet will love to show her son all the Everton Memorabilia as he is an avid fan of this great football team.
I hope one day they will all be able to pay a visit here to see it for themselves.
Here's the glory of our recently opened new Central Library which encompasses old and new architecture so successfully.
It is a wonderful worthwhile place to visit.
How impressive to walk into this.....
The old Picton Reading Room of the library renovated to all it's Victorian grandeur.
It was built around 1879 and now links in so seamlessly to the new building.
I wanted to say "Sssshhhhhh!!!"
The new atrium leading on to a public observation piazza.
The view towards St George's Hall
Amongst some of the archives on display, a prize winning essay by Sir Paul McCartney when he was only 10 years old.
Who would have dreamed the future of this young lad on the left?
The library has a good cafe and excellent facilities for tracing family history.