1960s: One of Swindon's landmark buildings, The Platform, stands beside a busy Faringdon Road.

Built in the mid 1800s as a lodging house for men before being turned into a chapel, it was converted into the town's railway museum in 1966.

With the arrival of Steam in 2000 it was downgraded to a storage facility until eight years later work started on a £500k revamp that would eventually see it given a new lease of life as a youth centre.

The building now houses a project that bridges the gap between education and employment by giving young people the opportunity to develop new skills, gain work experience and take part in business projects.