Young graffiti artists have brought a bright new look to the grimy underpass at Mirfield Railway Station.
Volunteers from the Matrix Youth Project have designed and painted a mural under the railway bridge in Station Road.
The Kirklees Council-led initiative has been supported by Grand Central Rail, Network Rail and Northern Rail.
Designed by local resident Matthew Evans, the mural was painted over the course of a week by members of the group, a youth project set up six years ago by Churches Together.
Sean English, general manager of Grand Central, said: “The mural has transformed the underpass and we hope it will provide a bright new welcome for passengers travelling to and from the station.
“We’ll be working closely with Northern Rail to invest further in the station over the coming years in order to improve access and customer information, so this is a great first positive step forward for the station.”
Kyle Mitchell, youth leader of Matrix, said: “Young people who maybe don’t have other ways of expressing themselves through words or traditional art, find themselves able to create something beautiful.
“Getting young people to express themselves through graffiti artwork like this is a great way of working together to create something unique and positive for Mirfield.”
The mural project was backed by Mirfield Town Council and councillor Alan Burton said: “It was a pleasure to assist Matrix set up the project.
“They help the youth of Mirfield in so many ways.
“The mural is a fine welcome to Mirfield for travellers, brightening the drab tunnel.”