The Royal Baby Carriage Restoration Project (RBRCP) is in its fifth year of work.
It’s a collaborative effort between the Royal Victorian Hospital (RVH), Royal Adelaide Hospital (SADH), and Royal Adelaide Museum.
As a result, RMIT has a new baby carriage.RMIT has spent $50 million to restore the carriage, which was built in 1917.
It was originally called “The Red Carriage”, and it had the same red paintjob as the carriage we now know as the Red Queen.RMH is using the new baby carriages restoration to create a new red carriage that can be driven on its own.
The red carriages was designed to carry the wounded and sick.
The new carriage will be used to transport the elderly, as well as those in wheelchairs.RMRCP’s director, Professor John Williams, says it will also be used for the restoration of the red Victorian carriage that once stood on a Victorian battlefield.
“The Red Queen’s carriage was a great asset to Victorian soldiers.
It provided a place of safety for the wounded, and was a very important vehicle for the carriage crew.
The Red Queen also served as the vehicle for transporting wounded soldiers, and that’s where the new Red Carriages comes in.
It will be a valuable asset for the RMIT and its guests,” Williams told Polygon.RMBC’s head of maintenance, Robyn Brown, says the restoration project is a unique project in Australia, and it will be challenging.”
This is the first time that we’ve had this kind of restoration project in Melbourne, so we’re really excited about this,” Brown said.
“We’re really looking forward to it, and really looking to get the work done as quickly as possible.”
In a statement to Polygon, Williams said the RMRCP is “the only hospital in Australia with a fully functioning baby carriage that has been restored to working order”.
“The Royal Melbourne Hospital is a pioneer in the field of baby carriage restoration, with a team of more than a dozen dedicated, skilled professionals in Melbourne,” Williams said.
“They are able to perform the job with the minimum amount of disruption and expense.”
Williams said the project is “an opportunity to do something that is very special for RMIT, the people of RMIT … and for the Victorian community in general”.
“It will also give a real sense of pride to our customers that we are the only hospital with a baby carriage restored to functioning,” he said.
The project is funded by the RMBC’s Centenary Fund and by the Government’s Victorian Investment Plan.
The Red King’s Red Carriers restoration is one of the most ambitious projects in Australia’s baby carriage program.
The project is expected to take about six years to complete.RMIC’s Director of Restoration, Mark Wilson, says RMRCPs restoration project will be the “best baby carriage ever done”.
“We’re very proud to be involved with the RMIC baby carriage project and I think it will prove to be the most exciting project in the baby carriage history,” Wilson said.
Wilson said RMRCPB is the “most challenging restoration project” because of the challenges involved.
“The work is challenging and we have a team working all around the clock, but we’re also very confident we can do this project,” he told Polygons.
“I don’t think there’s anything we’ve done before that we’re going to regret.”
Williams says RMBCPB is working with RMIC to make sure the new red carriage will be safe to drive on the road.”RMBCPB has a team dedicated to ensuring that all aspects of the carriages work as intended, and are of the highest quality,” Williams explained.
“RMBCP has a very high standard of excellence, and we want to ensure that they meet that standard.”