A sculpture of former Olympian Jonathan Edwards made out of train parts has been unveiled.
The art has been placed at the top of Calton Hill in Edinburgh as part of a tour around the UK.
It has travelled up along key destinations on the East Coast Main Line to raise awareness of rail travel to London.
After a stint in the Scottish capital, it will be permanently placed at King’s Cross station.
The sculpture has been created by Ptolemy Elrington using just train parts.
Jonathan Edwards is a triple jumper who won gold at the Sydney Olympics in 2000.