Glasgow's Queen Street is set to welcome a brand new Marks and Spencer food hall to the train station.
The high street chain will open its doors "soon" with signage going up within the last week.
Located in the heart of the city and just around the corner from the main stretch of shopping by Buchanan Galleries, people were keen to get a sneak peak of the new store.
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There is another food hall located in the city centre, with Glasgow's Central train station also home to one.
Taking to Twitter, Managing Director of Scotland’s Railway, Alex Hynes, announced the latest retailer to open its doors calling it a "great addition" for the city centre, and those who use the station.
Sharing pictures online he wrote: "Delighted to see @marksandspencer opening soon at Glasgow Queen Street railway station.
"A great addition for our customers (and our colleagues!), with another high-street brand coming soon!"
The store can be seen from outside the station and inside with a reported 131m² retail space with 19m² back of house.
It is unclear when the food hall is set to open its doors to the public.
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