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Red telephone box London's 'smallest' library

25 March 2014 Last updated at 16:56 GMT

A new library - housed in a disused red telephone box - has celebrated two months of successful lending.

It is claimed the library, situated on the corner of Loampit Hill and Tyrwhitt Road, in Lewisham, is the capital's smallest.

Sebastian Handley, who renovated the phone box, said borrowers should either replace or bring back books they take.

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