Take a look inside the secret piece of rail history hidden away beneath Liverpool city centre.
This miniature house, found deep in the tunnels approaching Lime Street station from Edge Hill, was built more than 100 years ago by track workers taking their breaks.
The hut can only be accessed when trains aren’t running.
It's been confirmed that the hut will remain untouched during rail upgrade work on Lime Street station.
Graeme Whitehead, Network Rail project manager, said: “In years gone by track maintenance gangs would have come here, they’d have had their lunch, a cup of coffee, lit the fire, and waited in between trains.“
Network Rail says the hut is believed to be more than 100 years old and was built as a “mess hut”.
Benches run down both sides, with a table in the centre.
Engineers also found an old kettle, a cup and tongs used to move materials in the fireplace.