Images of a railway tunnel built almost 200 years ago have gone on show as part of its grand reopening.
The mile-long Glenfield Tunnel, which runs beneath Leicester, has been restored thanks to a £500,000 project to make it safe for the public again.
The first guided tour of visitors was taken into the historic tunnel today.
Construction of the tunnel began in 1829. It was originally used to transport coal along the now-defunct Leicester to Swannington Railway, but fell into disrepair after closing in 1966.
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