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Watt's workshop comes to town

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The inventor James Watt, widely regarded as the founding father of the industrial revolution, is having his humble attic workshop in Birmingham reassembled in London's Science Museum, complete with some of the original models for Watt's ground breaking inventions. Tom Feilden takes a tour.


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