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How Foyles Moved 500,000 Books

Posted at 7:17PM Wednesday 18 Jun 2014

Bookseller Foyles has unveiled a video which shows the process of its relocation from 113-119 Charing Cross Road, where it has traded from since the 1920's, to a new London store.

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