A Derbyshire tourist attraction has been awarded £1m for improvement works.
Crich Tramway Village, the home of the National Tramway Museum, has been awarded the funding to build an exhibition and learning centre.
It will be created in a disused stone workshop that once served George Stephenson's railway.
About £900,000 of the money has come from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), with the remainder coming from the museum's own resources.
Glynn Wilton, museum curator said: "The new stone workshop exhibition and learning centre will not only preserve a unique, historically important building but it will also create a visitor hub and exhibition space and provide a valuable new learning facility."
Built in 1841, the two-storey building was originally used as a smithy and wagon works for Stephenson's railway to transport limestone from what was then Crich Cliff Quarry to kilns at Ambergate.