A 19th century railway station which has remained unchanged since it shut in 1965 could be just the ticket for a train buff after its owners put it up for sale.
Norham Railway Station in Berwick-on-Tweed, Northumberland, comes complete with its original signal box, waiting room and platform - and could be the last of its kind to go on the market.
It also has an adjoining stationmaster's house where the family who own it lived for almost fifty years.
The station buildings are stuffed full of railway memorabilia and conjure up the romance of a bygone era after the owner - the station's last stationmaster - chose not to change a thing when it closed in the sixties.
Reporter Matt Millington went to investigate and speak to the current owners.