Tuesday, 2 December 2008

Entry changes for National Archives of Scotland

The National Archives of Scotland has announced that from January 5th 2009 they will require readers to bring with them two colour passport-style photographs. One will be added to your reader’s ticket, as a means of identifying you when you enter the building, and to ensure that tickets are not transferred between readers. The other will be retained on file by the NAS along with a note of the contact details you supply when you obtain a reader’s ticket.

The NAS advises readers to obtain such photographs in advance of a visit to prevent delays in issuing new reader’s ticket. Photo booths are available in the St James Centre, Waverley Station and the Bus Station.

(With thanks to Falkyrn at Rootschat)


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