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FANS are being given the chance to relive the glory days of The Bill with a virtual tour around Sun Hill Station.

ExploreTheBill lets users go inside the station and look back at the staff, their top cases and the love stories.

With fact files and case notes, it's a fantastic way for The Bill aficionados to feel nostalgic about the classic ITV show.

Fans begin their journey by going through the doors of the iconic station.

First show devotees can read old fact files on Sun Hill's finest coppers such as Sergeant June Ackland and P.C. Reg Hollis.

The site then gives you the chance to look back at rap sheets for the rotten apples of the force like PC Gabriel Kent who committed fraud, perjury, perverted the course of justice, GBH, rape and murder.

But it wasn't just the officers who were colourful, they station saw many memorable villains too.

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Case files show details of the classic villains the top cops had to deal with, old cases such as the OAP Gangster and the Lascivious Jockey.

A major story line from the show was the Sun Kill Serial Killer in 2002 and culminated in PC Cass Rickman being murdered.

Fans now follow the case through an interactive map plotting the victims and where their bodies were found along the Thames.

Love stories, shocking moments and other major story lines are given life again on the website. Perfect for The Bill devotees to read and reminisce.

The show launched many careers too, with Keira Knightley, Emma Bunton and Russell Brand (to name a few) cutting their teeth in Sun Hill Station.

Despite the show being cancelled in 2010, fans are desperate for it to come back.

People have taken to Twitter to share their love of the show, and beg ITV to bring it back.

One wrote: "Bring back #TheBill @ITV please! It was so good!".

Several others wondered why it had been cancelled in the first place.

Many fans still love re-watching the old episodes they have recorded or on the Drama Channel.

Fans can catch up UKTV PLAY or watch it on DRAMA.

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