A pioneering 360-degree virtual reality tour has launched, allowing people to explore an historic former Cornish mine.
Geevor Tin Mine near Land's End, now a World Heritage Site, has been opened up for people who would not otherwise get to enjoy all Geevor has to offer.
Since its closure in 1990 the tin mine has operated as a museum and education centre for Cornish mining, keeping this vital part of history alive.
Heritage Ability, part of the disability charity Living Options, has been working closely with Geevor and the film-making team from Soundview Media.
Soundview has created “fly-through” footage of the tunnels and the mills as well as amazing aerial views of the cliff-top site to replicate the journey for those who cannot make it themselves.
The tour was created as part of Heritage Ability's 'Virtual Heritage Project', funded by the £5,000 they won in the annual Lottery Good Causes competition.
Film-maker Gareth Allen says the project has potential to make attractions more accessible for all.