Sunderland's Roker Pier has reopened to the public after major repair work.
The pier has been closed since November last year, when gale force winds and huge waves washed more than 100 metres of railings into the sea.
The railings have now been refitted and work to the stone foundations is now complete.
However, work is still taking place on the pier tunnel and lighthouse, which will open for public tours in Spring 2018.
The completed work included:
Replacing more than 800 metres of modern railings with historic replicas in keeping with the structure's age and appearance.
Replacing 1600 metres of bottom mesh panels with a low level rail.
Repairing and repainting 800 metres of historic railings.
It's fantastic to see the pier reopening to the public after being closed for the last year. It's always been one of Sunderland’s best loved landmarks and I know people have been looking forward to its reopening.