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Carriage works museum bid changes building goal

A BID to save part of the former Birmingham Railway Carriage & Wagon Company (BRCW) works as a museum has changed direction in the past month.

Since thethe group has lost the chance to buy the test house on the site in Smethwick. However, the group has been offered another former works building which will be vacated in November, which it deems to be much better for its goal in creating a museum dedicated to the BRCW. The building is currently occupied by an armoured car company.

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