The final sleeper has been laid by a team of volunteers in Mountsorrel, Leicestershire, who have dedicated their Saturdays for the last five years to rebuilding the old railway line between Swithland Sidings and Bond Lane in Mountsorrel.
The mile and a quarter length of track has been connects with the Great Central Railway and will be used by heritage steam engines.
Below are photos showing what the area looked like before and after the track was laid.
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