A bid has been put forward for lottery funding to help pay for a new railway museum in Leicester.
If the £10 million grant is given by the Heritage Lottery Fund, a new tourist attraction would be created at Leicester North.
The site is the terminus for The Great Central Railway, who are running the project in partnership with Leicester City Council and the National Railway Museum.
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