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Bath steel scrubs up nicely

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Cast-iron frame supports from the old Rolfe Street public swimming baths in Smethwick have found a new home at the Black Country Living Museum. They have been used in the construction of two exhibition halls, built to the same dimensions. Cast-iron collars to timber trusses in the ancillary buildings have also been re-used. The architect is Building Design Practice and the engineer is G W Building Services.

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