Tradesmen and developers are continuing to work hard at Queen Street Station as Network Rail has unveiled the latest advancement. 

A stunning repainted Victorian column has appeared inside the train station as works near complete. 

The traditional arch, which is erected beside the ticket barriers, has undergone a dazzling transformation after being coated in gold, black and cream colours.

Work on the £120 million redevelopments began in 2017 and is close to being complete. 

Last month, the station was crowned as the nation's favourite in a week-long 'World Cup of Stations' poll. 

Speaking of the triumph, Queen Street Station general manager, Maggie Hoey, said at the time: "The recent redevelopment work has revitalised the station, delivering a contemporary building both internally and externally.

"It’s created a spacious and accessible transport facility that will be a positive and prominent addition to Glasgow’s historic George square for years to come. 

“We owe a huge thanks to everyone who voted for us, and to our social media colleagues who really got behind the Rail Delivery Group's campaign to drum up support.”