|Posted by ryan5685|
From an active site but worth posting nonetheless. I like this because they said "No access" and when you're like me "No access" means "Please, try to access me!"
My college library had two mezzanine level stacks that were always locked and were marked "RESTRICTED ACCESS" on the directories and the doors themselves. The elevator had buttons for both floors, but you needed a key to turn them on. I could access both floors by using an old-timey locker key to rotate the entire lock assembly in its housing, telling the elevator that it could go to those floors. They kept some neat stuff in there, like a World War I British SMLE rifle.