PICTURES: Did they get it right? Artist's impressions of Doncaster buildings before they were built - and how they look now

We've all seen them - artist's impressions of how brand new buildings will look.

Friday, 3rd February 2017, 11:10 am
Updated Friday, 3rd February 2017, 11:11 am
The finished Keepmoat Stadium looks a little different to how it was planned.

But sometimes, the finished product can bear a striking difference to what's been put down on paper when it comes to designing Doncaster.

Just for fun, we've dipped into our archives to find a few artistic representations of how some of the town's best known buildings were planned to look - and how they ended up looking in reality.

The Flying Scotsman centre changed colour between the drawing board and reality.
Robin Hood Airport - before and after.
The impression of the new Transport Interchange was pretty spot on.
The Red Lion pub.
Blue seats became red in the completed Keepmoat - and the rest of the stadium looks radically different too.
Doncaster Racecourse.
Cast and Sir Nigel Gresley Square.
The Flying Scotsman centre changed colour between the drawing board and reality.
Robin Hood Airport - before and after.
The impression of the new Transport Interchange was pretty spot on.
The Red Lion pub.
Blue seats became red in the completed Keepmoat - and the rest of the stadium looks radically different too.
Doncaster Racecourse.
Cast and Sir Nigel Gresley Square.