A RAIL users' group has ambitious plans to make its tracks into a model railway.
But the Penistone Line Partnership is not going miniature.
It just wants the Penistone Line to be a model for what a local railway should be like.
The plans have been unveiled just weeks before bidders for the new Northern franchise finalise their proposals for the route, which includes the Huddersfield to Sheffield line.
Arriva, First, Serco and French group Eurorail have until September 24 to send their bids to the Strategic Rail Authority, which will then make a decision on the preferred bidder.
Brian Barnsley, the Partnership's co-ordinator, said the franchise meant exciting times ahead for the railway.
"This is a real opportunity to do something worthwhile and it needs to be grabbed. Now is the time to do it," he said.
Mr Barnsley said the Partnership's top priority was to get a reliable train service which met the needs of communities along the line.
Stations needed to be safe and welcoming, with good information about trains, buses and local facilities.
Improved rolling stock was also a priority, as were more connecting bus services at stations.
The Partnership wants to take over responsibility for cleaning and maintenance at the stations.
It also wants to run more services like the Holmfirth branch line minibus, which connects with trains at Shepley station.