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Westwood Training Centre - Coventry
England

Westwood - Training centre for Network Rail. The site was designed by MacCormac, Jameson & Pritchard for Cable & Wireless but is now used exclusively as a training centre for Network Rail staff. Impressive grounds and leisure centre. Not open to the general public.

Copyright: Ralph Ames
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Taken: 23/04/2009
送信日: 24/04/2009
更新日: 26/09/2014
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