Putney Public Library*, 5-7 Disraeli Road, London SW15 2DR
Lectures take place in the Meeting Room, immidiately on your right once you enter the building.
Limited pay and display car parking spaces.
Tube: East Putney Station (District)
Train: Putney Bridge Station
Bus: 37 (Putney Heath/ Sheen <> Wandsworth)
*Putney Public Library
The library was built in 1899, by the architect Francis J. Smith, and is now a Grade II listed building.
It was paid for by the 19th century publisher Sir George Newnes, and the balcony has an inscription in raised lettering "NEWNES PUBLIC LIBRARY". Built in an eclectic Jacobean style, it has an unusually lavish and intact interior.