Interesting buildings in Birmingham

James Watt's Mad Machine

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James Watt's Mad Machine is a set of sculptural railings and gates at Winson Green Metro station, Winson Green, Birmingham, England, designed by Tim Tolkien, supported by Eric Klein Velderman, Paula Woof and pupils at James Watt Infants and Junior Schools, with whose site it forms a boundary.

It is inspired by the inventions of James Watt, who lived and worked nearby.

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261 Handsworth New Road, Birmingham, West Midlands B18 4QQ, UK

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