Managers of the West Somerset Railway have appealed for land for extra parking spaces following huge interested generated by next year's visit of The Flying Scotsman.
The world-famous steam locomotive is due to spend a week on the tracks between Bishop's Lydeard and Minehead next September. Further details are due to be announced in the New Year, with tickets due to go on sale in February.
The Flying Scotsman was built in Doncaster in 1923. Five years later it became the first locomotive to run non-stop between London and Edinburgh. In 1934 it became the first UK loco to reach 100mph.