Repairs to a historic Doncaster town centre bank have got under way this morning.
Building workers have been busy erecting scaffolding to the facade of the NatWest branch on High Street, although it is not clear what the work will involve.
The bank is one of the most imposing structures in the High Street, sitting opposite the Mansion House.
A large section of the street has been fenced off while the scaffolding is erected although the branch remains open to customers.
It was constructed in 1925 and originally opened as the Westminster Bank and was built and designed by renowned architect William Brierly.