A scheme to reopen a disused train line in Carmarthenshire has been given a funding boost.
Enthusiasts want to develop the Gwendraeth Valley line as a heritage railway attraction for tourists.
But the first carriages to use it will be pedal powered - in the UK's first ever 'velorail' system.
Watch the report from Kevin Ashford below:
The idea is to create a tourist attraction that will generate money towards the bigger Gwendraeth Valley project.
The line was originally used to move coal from the mid 1800s and was built alongside a canal.
The project already has sidings earmarked for use at Kidwelly rwailway station with plans for a visitor centre to be built
A reopened line would also up public access to Wales' oldest railway bridge.
It's an ambitious tourism project that'll be given its biggest push thanks to a bit of pedal power...