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New Science Museum, South Kensington

The new Science Museum which was opened by H.M. the King, accompanied by the Queen, on the 20th March, is the first stage of an important scheme which will extend ultimately from Exhibition Road to Queen's Gate, the total length of the building being 1,150 ft.