Watch the demolition of a rail bridge in this amazing time lapse video shot by Mail photographer Andrew Carpenter.
It was taken over the weekend as engineers from Network Rail demolished the old Station Street bridge in Kibworth.
Andy mounted his camera on a scaffold pole for the project, protecting it from the elements by housing it inside a converted bird box.
He set it to take one photo every ten seconds, from midnight Saturday to 8am Sunday morning.
Each photo is a frame in the resulting video, which is about 2mins 50secs long.
Andy had set up a second camera covering a different angle (seen briefly at the start of the video) but said flare from the lights used by the workmen meant footage from it was not good enough to use.
The work is part of a £70 million project which the firm says will reduce journey times on the Midland Mainline between Sheffield and London.
The new bridges will allow extra headroom for tilting trains – which means they are able to travel at higher speeds.
The project will also allow Network Rail to bring long-term electrification plans for the Midland Mainline to fruition.