Grab a ticket to support station
Midsomer Norton's heritage railway station held an open weekend to encourage more people to help out at the tourist attraction.
Volunteers have spent the last 14 years returning the derelict station back to its heyday.
Following relaying of a section of track south towards Chilcompton, 2012 has seen the Silver Street station run heritage passenger trains.
The increase in operations means there are opportunities to help with welcoming visitors to the centre or staffing the shop, ticket office, providing catering or becoming a guide at the museum.
There is also a chance for people to become involved at the station's Second World War pillbox exhibition – one of the country's smallest museums.
There are also positions in behind-the-scenes administration and management roles or joining the editorial staff for the Somerset and Dorset Railway Heritage Trust's award-winning magazine, The Telegraph.
Trust chairman John Buck said: "It's exciting to see the constant progress at Midsomer Norton station, over the years there has been much dedication and application in restoring this lovely example of Somerset life and industry.
"We are very pleased to be able to offer new opportunities for volunteers to get involved in this characterful and rewarding heritage centre."
Full details can be found on the trust's website www.sdjr.co.uk.
For more information about volunteer vacancies call Shirley Steel on 01761 411630.