Designed by the borough architect, J W Cockrill. The depot for the tram service was next door. The tram service gave way to buses in 1930, but the library remained until 1975, when the joint sites were developed into the present day library.
Current status: Demolished in 1975.
- Year grant given (if known): 1905
- Amount of grant: £2,000
- Year opened (and by who – if known): 1907
Old photo of library (postcard):
Nothing in my collection yet – but there is a picture in the news article below
- News article: Plaque will mark site of Gorleston horse-drawn trams depot (and Carnegie library)
- Letter in newspaper (following previous article): Shame Gorleston’s Carnegie library was demolished (also contains photo)