In 1992 the Institute of Urology, which had joined the Medical School in 1988, moved from Shaftesbury Avenue to the Middlesex site. At this point, to accommodate the collections from the Institute Library, the Boldero Library expanded into the space formerly occupied by the Pathology Museum. Sir George Frampton's bust of Sir John Bland-Sutton installed in its white marble niche in the wall was now on Library premises. But Sir John's ashes, in an urn let into an adjoining wall in accordance with his wish to remain with his students, had to follow the Museum. When the decision had been made to site them there it had been felt that all students would at some time in their studies visit the Museum: we can speculate that it was feared not quite all of them would pass through the Library. Indeed, at a later date Miss Hickling
mentions that in her calculation about 62% of students actually used the Library, and some of those only occasionally.