These pictures show that real progress is now being made in completing the long-overdue York Stadium.
York councillor Nigel Ayre took them on a recent tour of the Monks Cross complex.
He said they showed that the stadium was well on the way for a handover at the end of this year.
Cllr Ayre, executive member for finance and performance at City of York Council, answered some of our questions about the build.
On my first visit to the NHS floor, I was able to see all the full extent of the consultation rooms, which are now well advanced. These facilities will mark a significant change in what people will have experienced from the old hospital site.
The leisure facilities are also progressing well, as the pool is almost ready to be filled and showers are due to be installed in the changing facilities.
Similarly, the hospitality areas are at an advanced stage and provide a real sense of what matchday experience will be like for fans.
It was equally good to see the new concessions stands across the south and west stands installed, and crucially, these provide a real sense of what the atmosphere will be like at this fantastic stadium.
South east concession, east stand, view from south stand
North East turnstile entrance
Entrance from the west stand
The biggest surprise, I feel, will be for those who attend to the other fantastic array of facilities on site, from the new clip and climb gym equipment, to the excellent NHS outpatient facilities.
The Stadium Complex will truly mark a step change in what York has had to offer to residents and visitors.