Restoration of Great Yarmouth's Winter Gardens has moved a step closer after the plans were shortlisted for National Lottery money.
Great Yarmouth's Borough Council is hoping to get £9.9 million to save and restore the Grade II* listed landmark.
The Winter Gardens is one of just 12 projects shortlisted by The National Lottery Heritage Fund from 146 applications.
The Winter Gardens has dominated the Golden Mile since 1904 and is the UK's last surviving Victorian seaside cast iron and glass winter gardens.
As the next stage of the process, the 12 projects have until November 2020 to apply for development funding.
Decisions will be made in early 2021, with around half the shortlisted projects expected to be awarded funding to develop their proposals further.
The overall ambition is to repair and revive the Winter Gardens as a year-round visitor attraction.