Llangollen Railway's Corwen station project has received a new name board (pictured) on the eastern end of the platform.
The substantial piece of joinery was lifted into position by volunteers after it was delivered to the site.
As a traditional form of station running-on board, it will announce to train passengers their arrival at Corwen and can now be seen as a prominent fixture on the platform, adding to the heritage features already in place.
It can be readily appreciated by walkers across Corwen Common and its erection was a big boost for the project volunteers.
Running-in boards are no longer a feature of stations on the national rail network having been superseded these days by on-train announcements.
A similar board was unveiled in the Corwen town car park back in December 2011 as a statement of the railway’s intention to return to the adjacent embankment.
It has taken rather longer than originally envisaged, but that board remains in-situ as a local feature announcing to road users where they have arrived.