A Watford FC-themed makeover in the town centre subway is coming to fruition with several stunning murals now adorning the walls.

The path under Exchange Road is commonly used by fans heading to Vicarage Road and is being transformed as part of a £55k project.

Work began earlier this month and we visited on Wednesday to see how much has been completed.

Fans are already in for a treat as what previously was a standard walk has now turned into a nostalgic stroll through the club's history.

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The walls have been freshly painted in yellow and show images of Watford legends including Troy Deeney and Luther Blissett.

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Even mascot Harry the Hornet has his own patch as part of the transformation.

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The project is a joint scheme between Watford Borough Council and the county council.

Contractor MurWalls is carrying out the work with the borough council and Watford FC covering the £9k artwork cost.

Mayor Peter Taylor, who also visited the site, said on Facebook: “Great to see the progress being made on the Vicarage Rd subway.

“Fantastic collaboration between Watford Council, Watford FC and Hertfordshire County Council to make this happen.

“Really good to meet the talented team from MurWalls who are working on this.”