The village of Goathland is familiar to millions in the UK and around the world as Aidensfield, the fictional 1960s home of “Heartbeat”.
It's achieved global fame as Hogsmeade in the “Harry Potter” films, with the Hogwarts Express pulling into its picturesque station in “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”.
Now the North Yorkshire community is about to attract countless pairs of eyeballs in its own right, as the Tour de Yorkshire speeds through for the very first time on Friday 28 April.
And locals can’t wait to welcome both cyclists and spectators.
Hannah Richardson is a manager of the Goathland Hotel, whose bar was frequented by Nick Berry, Derek Fowlds and other “Heartbeat” icons back in the day.
She says that while the popular series is still a major draw to the village, she’s excited to see it attracting a new legion of visitors.
Goathland station master John Bruce has been working on the North Yorks Moor Railway for almost half a century and he too is looking forward to Friday.
The tour is due in Goathland at 3:34pm on Friday. Or you can watch the highlights on ITV News Tyne Tees at 6pm.