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What New Street could look like

A computer-generated image of what one of the entrances could look like

The government will fund nearly 400m of the project which will cost a total of 598m .

An artist's impression of what the outside of the building could look like

The revamp will include three new exits from the station into Birmingham city centre.

An artist's impression of what the station concourse could look like

Building work on the first phase should finish by 2011 with the station being kept open while work on the new concourse is carried out.

Another drawing of what the station concourse could look like

Following the revamp, the new station will have a 10,500 sq ms concourse.

A view of what one of the platforms could look like

Passenger capacity at the station will also be doubled while each platform will be accessible via escalators.

An impression of what the station could look like from the Pallasades shopping centre

Network Rail said discussions were ongoing about the future of the Pallasades shopping centre.

Another drawing of what the outside of the building could look like

Pedestrian links to the railway station will also be improved as part of the plans.



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