A new era has dawned for Birmingham New Street, one of Britain's busiest railway stations.
Weekday commuters have got their first taste of Phase One of the redevelopment of the station, which has to cope with up to 140,000 passengers every day.
It is being revamped in two big stages. One half opened on Sunday and the other half is now being upgraded.
Transport correspondent Keith Wilkinson reports.
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.