Tynemouth Metro Station has hosted a special Diamond Jubilee festival.
The free event was opened by North Tyneside Mayor Linda Arkley, and was an afternoon packed with family entertainment.
Visitors were also able to admire the newly renovated historic roof, which has taken a year to complete at a cost of around £3.6 million.
The station is officially re-opening in July.
It was a double celebration at Tynemouth Metro Station today.
The venue has had a £3.6 million refurbishment to its historic Grade II listed roof. The project has taken over a year to complete.
The station also hosted a party to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
North Tyneside Mayor, Linda Arkley was at the event.
People celebrate the Jubilee with a street party at Ridsdale and West Woodburn in Northumberland.
Friends and neighbours hosted a Jubilee street party on Valley Road in Northallerton yesterday.
Around 100 people turned up for the afternoon festivities, which had crown making, a bouncy castle, and an egg and spoon race.
Jubilee celebrations are continuing in Ripon as pupils from schools across the city compete in go-karting races.
It's one of a number of events taking place at the market square for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The bunting will be out again today with dozens more street parties planned to mark the Jubilee. Over the weekend thousands of people dressed up and baked cakes to celebrate the occasion.
Gateshead Scouts celebrated the Queen's Jubilee by creating the world's largest neckerchief. It's made of 500 individual neckerchiefs from members across the town, with some signed by famous figures including David Cameron. At 20.1m, it's broken the previous world record of 16m.
The regions Sea Cadets are returning home after takingpart in the Diamond Jubilee Pageant on the Thames. They escorted the Queen'sRoyal barge Gloriana in the largest flotilla seen on the river in 300 years.
The largest flotilla to sail in Britain for three hundred years sailed down the Thames as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations this afternoon, with our region well represented. Boats from all over the North East, Cumbria and Southern Scotland were paraded before the Queen
Those celebrations have seen the bunting out across the region, as thousands of people baked cakes and put on their Sunday best to take part in street paties. The festivities stretched from Carlisle to Darlington and beyond.