Wolverton's newly refurbished railway station will be officially opened this afternoon.
Rail users are now able to use the new facilities of a new ticket office and booking hall, toilets and a seated waiting area.
Construction of the new station building began in June last year and the building work was managed by Milton Keynes Council, with funding coming from the government's Growth Area Fund.
The building has been designed to be sympathetic to the historic Victorian buildings around it whilst incorporating a modern and airy feel. The specialist timber beams are on show inside and outside the building under the slate roof and the glass wall panels ensure the interior receives natural light. The modern yet traditional look of the station building is another key achievement in the rejuvenation of the area.
The building will be officially handed over to Network Rail and train operator London Midland in a ceremony this afternoon.