SWINDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 14: Books that have already been processed at the Bodleian Book Storage Facility (BSF) are stored on shelving following the arrival of the one millionth book at the ... more 
SWINDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 14: Books that have already been processed at the Bodleian Book Storage Facility (BSF) are stored on shelving following the arrival of the one millionth book at the Bodleian Book Storage Facility on January 14, 2011 in Swindon, England. Comprising 154 miles of shelving the purpose built facility which opened three months ago to house items from the University of Oxford's Bodleian library will eventually hold over 6.5 million volumes. One million volumes have been moved to the facility in just under three months which has required an average daily ingest rate of 19,000 books and periodicals per day by 32 staff. On peak days, and depending on the materials, as many as 42,000 items have been ingested. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images) less 
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