Harry Patch, the last survivor of the First World War trenches, is to have a train named after him.
The Class 43 locomotive will be unveiled at Bristol Temple Meads station this morning by his grandson, Roger Patch.
Harry, who was born in Combe Down near Bath, died in 2009 at the age of 111.
People have been gathering on the Cathedral Green in Wells before a service in remembrance of Harry Patch. Among them is Robert Martyr, who has an elaborate tribute to Mr Patch tattooed on his leg.
This is the memorial to Harry Patch, remembered as the last surviving veteran of the First World War. It's due to be officially unveiled later this afternoon in his home city of Wells in Somerset. Mr Patch died aged 111 in 2009.