Westbury-sub-Mendip a small village in Somerset, England has opened the reputedly smallest library in the world.
A resident dreamed up the idea when the village lost its phone box and mobile library in rapid succession.
The old bright red telephone booth was purchased for one English pound and remodelled as a book exchange - the smallest library in the world.
The library (booth) holds a collection of over 100 books and a variety of movies and music CDs.
No mention of attendant library staff - must be an honour system. Villagers can use the library around the clock.
Residents line up to swap their books (not much chance of more than one checking out the shelves at a time) with new ones left by other patrons.
If only this phone box were a TARDIS having enough space would not be an issue.