Artists at Jordanstone College of Art & Design in Dundee, Scotland have used old photographs of an abandoned railway tunnel to bring it back to life.  By taking photographs from city archives experts then placed the photographs into 3D animation software.  Some components such as a train and horse needed to be created in 3D from scratch in order to be able to make them move.

The animation they created gives a real glimpse into what life would have been like working at the Dundee Law railway in the mid 1800's.

Check out the animation here.

I think it's a really cool and unique use of 3D animation.

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