A steam railway in Somerset has announced a £1m 10-year expansion plan.
West Somerset Railway will spend money improving the service
The West Somerset Railway, which runs between Minehead and Williton, wants to increase its passenger numbers from 187,000 to 250,000 a year.
The scheme could see a travel centre built in Minehead alongside a seafront "turntable" for reversing the trains.
The railway's chairman, Chris Austin, said: "We will be investing £1m in the purchase and restoration of locomotives to serve this line."
Money will also be spent improving the signalling along the 20-mile route.
The railway has also a purchased 33 acre site at Norton Firzwarren where it could eventually link the steam line to the Great Western mainline.