This is a computer generated video showing what Birmingham New Street will look like when its redevelopment is complete.
This weekend the old entrances and concourse, which was built in the 1960s, will be closed, and the first half of the revamped station opened to the public.
The work being done by Network Rail includes the refurbishment of 12 platforms and a new open atrium space, which is due to be finished in 2015.
Commuters at New Street this morning have largely welcomed major changes to the station in Birmingham.
See rare pictures of how Birmingham New Street looked in the 1850s to how things are now as it becomes a 21st century station.
An exhibition is on display to show people using Birmingham New Street more about the ongoing multi-million pound revamp of the station.