A project to turn a cycle path in West Cumbria into an arts trail that celebrates the region's industrial heritage, has been awarded more than £850,000.
The charity Sustrans plans to work on two sections of a former 19th century railway track, which was once the lifeline of the West Cumbrian iron industry.
The section of track is now part of the Sea to Sea walking and cycling route between Whitehaven, Rowrah, Workington, Seaton, Siddick and Broughton Moor.
It's hoped that the money will restore historic features of the railway along the track, and Sustrans says it will work with local people on the 'Tracks of the Ironmasters' project.
The project has received £859,300 of Heritage Lottery Funding.