In 2011, the National Maritime Museum was transformed by the Sammy Ofer Wing, a capital build project that doubled the usable volume of the Museum’s south-west wing and sensitively introduced a contemporary aesthetic.
As part of this project, 1,000 cubic meters of archival material moved to the new wing from, enabling the Museum’s Caird Library to dramatically reduce collection retrieval times from days to minutes.
This film documents the two month move, across multiple stores, to the new facilities.
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