Our reporter Kate Walby takes a trip on L'aal Ratty as the narrow gauge railway in west Cumbria turns 100.
Locals and railway enthusiasts are coming together to celebrate 100 years of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway.
It is often referred to as L'aal Ratty and this year marks 100 years of it becoming a narrow gauge railway.
ITV Border's Kate Walby went along with Cameraman Steve to see what was going on.
Tune into Lookaround at 6pm tonight to see the full report.
Today is a big anniversary for a little train line.
The Ravenglass and Eskdale railway in west Cumbria became a narrow gauge line a hundred years ago.
Since then it's become one of Cumbria's most popular tourist attractions and is lovingly known simply as "L'aal Ratty."
A south of Scotland project that encourages youngsters to try new sports has been nominated for a national award. The Annandale and Eskdale Sports Academy scheme has inspired thousands of children and is now competing to become the National Lottery's Best Sports Project.
Annandale and Eskdale Sports Academy has got through to the last nine in a bid to win the UK's Best Sports Project.
People can vote for the Annan-based sports academy's project on the National Lottery website till July 22nd.