Commuters have used Nottingham Train Station for the first time since it re-opened to the public. The station and surrounding lines have been closed for 37 days for track and re-signalling work at a cost of more than £100 million.
There were still some cancelled services today though - a de-railed freight train between Nottingham and Newark means that service has been suspended for the next five days.
Rail services linking Skegness with Nottingham have started getting back to normal.
Nottingham station has undergone a £100 million revamp, with buses replacing trains over the last month. It re-opened yesterday but today officials will see how staff and commuters cope with the changes as people return to work following the Bank Holiday.
Network Rail area manager Justin Page says they've have thousands of people working on the project.
Passengers can use Nottingham train station again from today after it was closed for five weeks for re-signalling work.
East Midlands Trains said the work was part of a £100million project to create a new platform at Nottingham Station, put 143 new signals in place, install six miles of new track renew level crossing and replace footbridges.