An iconic bridge that was used by the model train manufacturer Hornby as the inspiration for one of its construction kits has been given a makeover.
The grade two listed structure is located at the station in the Worcestershire village of Hagley and was built in 1884 by the Great Western Railway.
Before the upgrade, the bridge was a blue and white colour, but following consultation with the Railway Heritage Trust, Network Rail decided on a GWR light and dark stone colour scheme.
In order to restore the bridge to its former glory, the entire structure has been cleaned, rubbed down and repainted, while elements of ornate metalwork were specially cast to match and blend in with the original.
Patrick Cawley, Network Rail's route buildings engineer, said: "It's amazing to think that people the world over own a little piece of Hagley in the form of a footbridge on their railway layout."
Hornby trains originated in the early 1900s and grew into a household name.