Work has now started on a £1.3 million project to upgrade Aberdeen Railway Station.
Network Rail today confirmed construction work has now started to improve the busy railway station which dates back to 1914.
The proposals had been planned for last year but delays meant work has only just started, with new glazing being installed in the historic station.
Other parts of the main waiting area as well as the Guild Street entrance to the train station are to be renovated.
The last major alterations to the building followed the opening of Union Square shopping mall. Works then included the creation of a new ticket office.
The work comes after it was revealed earlier this year the entrance to the station could be extended into Guild Street according to a new Station Gateway planning brief.
The proposals would help with aspects of the City Centre Masterplan.
A Network Rail spokesman added: “Investing in the station will help preserve the building’s unique character and deliver a brighter more comfortable facility for our customers.
“This investment will also make it easier for us to clean and maintain the station in the future.”