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Third Floor

Holborn Telephone Exchange

268-270 High Holborn

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WC1V 7EE

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VISIT TO THE BT ARCHIVES

The BT archive conserves and makes accessible BT's heritage, going all the way back to 1846 and tells the story of the world's oldest communications company. All the records produced before privatisation in 1984 are public records.

BT Archives has been appointed an "official place of deposit for public records" by the Lord Chancellor and approved by The National Archives National Advisory Services as meeting their standards for archives repositories.

This visit is Free.
Please meet outside the building, where we will be met by the Heritage Collections Manager, Anne Archer.

Getting there:

British Rail: City Thameslink (Holborn Viaduct entrance)

Underground: Holborn (Piccadilly and Central Lines), Chancery Lane(Central line) or Farringdon (Circle or District Lines)

Bus routes: (High Holborn) 8, 242, 25, 501, 521 (Holborn Kingsway) 1, 68, 91, 168, 171, 188, 501, 505, 521, X68

By car: NCP Car Parks at: Holborn, Museum St WC1; Brunswick Square WC1; Russell Court, Woburn Place WC1; Caxton House, Cowcross St, EC1; Cardinal House, Cowcross St, EC1; Bloomsbury Square Car Park, WC1

Please see the BT Archives website for map and further information

Got a question about this visit? Email lse.kandim@cilip.org.uk

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Holborn Telephone Exchange

268-270 High Holborn

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WC1V 7EE

United Kingdom

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