This is how the inside of Nottingham railway station looks after Friday's blaze which took firefighters 12 hours to tackle.
The fire is believed to have started in a toilet before spreading to the roof space.
It did most damage to the newer extended part of the station, which had a major revamp four years ago.
The Grade II* listed part of the building, built in 1848, was left unscathed.h5">
This morning, Saturday, the main entrance is closed but the side entrance in Station Street is open.
Inside, the part of the of the building which was most severely damaged remains cordoned off.