A West Yorkshire museum exhibit that was badly damaged when arsonists targeted the site 10 years ago has been awarded a prestigious accolade.
The Museum of Rail Travel at Ingrow, Keighley, scooped the prize in the Heritage Railway Association's "Carriage and Wagon" competition.
The winning coach was built in 1898 and used until 1970. In 1996 it had to be rebuilt after fire destroyed it.
It has been used in TV dramas such as North and South and the Forsyth Saga.