Tomorrow (12 January) will mark one year since a huge fire broke out at Nottingham train station causing millions of pounds of damage.
It's believed it was started deliberately.
Passengers were forced to evacuate just before the morning rush hour.
It started in a toilet block and spread rapidly to the main concourse and the roof.
Some 60 firefighters tackled the blaze with specialist equipment and it took until the afternoon for them to bring it under control.
A 33-year-old woman was arrested in Derby on suspicion of arson but was later released under investigation. No other arrests or charges have been made.
The fire caused widespread travel disruption across the city's transport network.
Trains to the airport from Nottingham, Lincoln and Leicester were cancelled on the Friday morning and East Midlands Trains advised people not to travel "unless it is absolutely necessary", saying trains "cannot run to/from Nottingham".
The fire also disrupted the journeys of many airline passengers booked on flights to or from East Midlands Airport.