Of the Carnegie library grant funded buildings that remain, a majority now have heritage status. Several open libraries are in a poor state of repair with damp parapets, broken windows, overflowing gutters etc. During the project 31 buildings were identified as either being unused or having an unknown use, eight of these appear to be at greater risk as identified below.
|Date||Name||Designed by||Heritage status||Library closed|
|1906||Birmingham – Selly Oak Library||John P. Osborne||LG II||2017|
|1903||Dudley – Brierley Hill Free Library and Technical Institute||L.J. Harper (Town Surveyor)||LG II||1970|
|1926||Leeds – Burley Library||Gilbert Burdett Howcroft||LG II||2016|
|1905||Tinsley Library||E.S. Holmes & Adam Francis Watson||none.||1985|
|1906||Belfast – Carnegie Old park||Watt and Tullock||B1||2010|