All change for Birmingham New Street - the station in pictures from the 19th to the 21st Century

New Street Station sign in the 1960s Photo: ATV/MACE Archive
The original London and North Western Railway was built between and 1846 and 1854 Credit: ITV Central
When completed, it had the largest single-span iron and glass roof in the world at 65 metres Credit: ITV Central
Victorian platforms before the modern day New Street station was built - mid 1960s Credit: ATV/MACE Archive
Victorian built platform walkway - mid 1960s Credit: ATV/MACE Archive
Steam train pulling out of a tunnel at the old station - 1960s Credit: ATV/MACE Archive
Birmingham New Street circa late 1960s Credit: ATV/MACE Archive
The taxi rank at Birmingham New Street - 1967 Credit: ATV/MACE Archive
New ticket hall in 1967 Credit: ATV/MACE Archive
Shot of the first train leaving Birmingham New Street station in 1967 Credit: ATV/MACE Archive
1960s commuters in a rush for their train Credit: ATV/MACE Archive
A train at a platform in the 1990s Credit: ITV Central
Birmingham New Street at night in 2005 (facing the mailbox) Credit: PA
Birmingham New Street entrance in 2008 Credit: PA
Ticket barriers in the main concourse - 2010 Credit: ITV Central
Departure and arrivals board - 2010 Credit: ITV Central
The 1960s concourse as it looks today - this will change forever from Sunday Credit: ITV Central
The escalators down from the Pallasades into the main concourse - 2013 Credit: ITV Central
The main route to platforms - this will all be transformed in phase 2 Credit: ITV Central
Construction workers finishing Phase 1 before it opens to the public - 2013 Credit: ITV Central
Shops are being filled with stock before Sunday's opening - 2013 Credit: ITV Central
Escalators in Phase 1 of Birmingham New Street Credit: ITV Central
Ticket machines ready to be used in phase 1 Credit: ITV Central
Computer image of departure boards in finished station - 2015 Credit: Network Rail
The main atrium is due to be complete in phase 2 of building work in 2015 Credit: Network Rail
The entrance at Stephenson street planned to be the main entrance in 2015 Credit: Network Rail