Revamped plans for a multi-million pound visitor centre at Stonehenge are on display for public consultation.
English Heritage's proposed visitor centre and land train would cost more than £67m.
A decision is hoped for by summer
The first consultation was held last autumn, but revised plans by English Heritage have now been submitted to Salisbury District Council.
These can be viewed at council offices, local libraries, and on the district council's website.
A final decision is hoped for in summer, although the centre can only go ahead if a separate plan to build a road tunnel under Stonehenge is approved by the Department for Transport.