The John Rylands Library at the University of Manchester in Manchester, England. The library was designed in Victorian Gothic style in 1889 by architect Basil Champneys as a memorial for Manchester textile millionaire John Rylands from his wife. It opened to the public in 1900 and was merged with the university in 1972. <3 this room... :)
Here's a terrific web site from The Children's University of Manchester called Energy and the Environment. Includes information on energy, how we make electricity, renewable and non-renewable energy, and much more.
The John Rylands Library, Manchester, England, UK. The library opened to the public in 1900. Since 1972 it has been part of The University of Manchester Library, holding it’s special collections (which include a Gutenberg Bible and The Rylands Library Papyrus P52, believed to be the earliest extant New Testament text). The library is open for readers and visitors. The architectural style is primarily neo-Gothic.