The Gladstone Link is an underground library connecting the Bodleian Library with the Radcliffe Camera. It opened to readers on 5 July 2011. The tunnels in which the library is located were previously known as the Underground Bookstore. These tunnels were used for transporting books between the Old Bodleian and New Bodleian libraries and to the Radcliffe Camera. The books were transported using a conveyor.
The library is named after former Prime Minister William Gladstone, who studied at Christ Church College. It is more modern than traditional Oxford Libraries.
The Gladstone Link has two levels: An upper level and a lower level. It is accessed via the lower reading room in the Radcliffe Camera.