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The library! Looks impressive, doesn't it? Actually, only the ground floor is the library; the second floor (first floor for the silly Brits & Europeans because they apparently count from zero) is disused now, it was the home of a theatre group (the kind that puts on plays) for ages, until some fuss got kicked up about it not being disabled-accessible. I don't get that, because unlike in America with its powerful ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), there's loads of things here that are completely unaccessible for the disabled. Why can those things be inaccessible but this can't? Maybe I'll figure it out someday; sounds to me like there's something else going on behind the scenes.

Glossop Library, 9 June 2010

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