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Westwood - Coventry
England

The Occular Courtyard at 'Westwood'. Designed by architects 'MacCormac Jamieson & Prichard' for Cable & Wireless and now a training centre for Network Rail, the Occular courtyard forms a focal point for the entire site.

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Copyright: Ralph ames
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10108x5054
Uploaded: 22/02/2009
Updated: 26/09/2014
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