The metal grills have been removed from the windows and they are being reglazed and painted, giving a smarter appearance from the road, but internally maybe not much altered apart from the station end of the building where a breize block wall can be seen, erected in recent times when there was a club there.
The outside of the building:
'As part of the original Great Western Rail works, the UTC Swindon site creates a link between the historic engineering and the engineering future of the local area, with the Old School Building and the iconic Water Tower featuring prominently. Both structures, which are Grade II listed, were treated sympathetically, with the Water Tower being restored and brought back into educational use'.
Maybe the Carriage Works will be restored and find new life before too long.