The jury in the Hillsborough inquests have been sworn in ahead of their visit to Sheffield, where they will see for the first time the site of Britain's deadliest sports stadium disaster.
Jurors have been warned the stadium has changed significantly since the 96 Liverpool fans died twenty five years ago. The stadium is all-seated and the approach to Leppings Lane has been remodelled. The current police control room is also larger than it was in 1989, the jury has heard.
The panel have been prepared for the visit during this week's evidence, where they've seen a 3D model of the ground as it was, shown maps and watched minute-by-minute CCTV and BBC footage from the day.
The jury assembled at the court in Warrington at just after 8am where they were sworn in ahead of today's proceedings.
They will be accompanied accompanied by the coroner, Lord Justice Goldring, a number of legal representatives and court officials. The inquests will remain in session throughout the visit to Sheffield.
As well as visiting Hillsborough Stadium, jurors will be taken to other places relevant to the inquests.
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