The Railway Children star Sheridan Smith looked completely different as she transformed into her character on set of the iconic remake.
The 39-year-old Cilla actress is currently filming the 1970 classic in Yorkshire with her co-stars.
Channeling a glamorous 1940s look this week, Sheridan was spotted in a pink hair net on set.
Furthermore, Sheridan wore a silk burgundy blouse and a velvet green jacket.
The actress, who is set to play a school mistress in the film, was also joined by several crew members.
Sheridan first announced her involvement in the classic remake last month.
At the time, she wrote on Instagram: “So excited to announce my next filming job! Starting this month… @studiocanaluk All aboard!”
The new sequel will see a group of children evacuated to a Yorkshire village during World War II.
However, the group later come across a young soldier.
The Railway Children: Sheridan shows off her costume
Meanwhile, last week, Sheridan gave fans a glimpse at her character.
Alongside a shot of herself in full costume and makeup, she penned: “So happy to be back filming.”
The post was met to plenty of excited fans, with one saying: “Can’t wait to see this.”
So happy to be back filming
A second shared: “Can’t wait till this comes out.”
Another added: “Glad to hear your back on set filming.”
In addition, actress Anna Friel commented: “Looking radiant and oh so happy. Good for you.”
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Who else will appear in The Railway Children?
Sheridan will be joined by a few familiar faces.
The Railway Children’s original star Jenny Agutter will return in the role of Roberta ‘Bobbie’ Waterbury.
Tom Courtenay will also appear in the upcoming movie.
Furthermore, a new generation of railway children will feature in the flick.
Announcing the upcoming film, producers Studio Canal said: “Inspired by one of the most beloved British family films of all time…
“…The Railway Children Return is an enchanting adventure for a new generation, bringing a contemporary sensibility to a classic story and combining British cast with stunning locations.”
When did the original Railway Children hit screens?
The original movie first aired in 1970.
However, the story was based on E Nesbit’s novel, which tells the story of the Waterbury children.
The main characters in the book are Bobbie, Phyllis, and Peter.
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