Villagers woke up to a very unique art project which had everyone talking.
The bus stops along Horden's Sunderland Road were transformed into works of art - for one day only.
Villagers and motorists in East Durham were stunned to see the shelters turned into a range of things, including a kitchen, living room and even a social club.
The one-day pop-up art exhibition - If These Walls Could Talk - was a culmination of a year of work involving artists, Sally Southern and Nicola Lynch, who had been working with residents on community art projects.
The pair had worked with villagers, mostly aged 55 and over, to create the pieces, which proved to be a massive talking point.
And, it wasn't just the bus shelters, the whole of Sunderland Road was brought to life for the day of art, including art activities, singing, impromptu performances, bingo and free refreshments.
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