We visited the library, and had a little more time than we expected so were able to see the exhibitions in detail. There was a man at a little desk at the entrance who was very helpful with directing us towards the exhibitions.
The main exhibitions at the time of our visit were about the Commonwealth and the RAF. Both very interesting. We were even treated to an impromptu jazz piano recital by a man who I assume was a member of staff, while we were walking round.
The building itself is also very interesting, though after seeing old photographs from the 1960s, you become very aware of how the immediate area (literally outside the front door) was destroyed to accommodate the M8 motorway some 45 years ago.
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