A MODEL railway at Huddersfield's Greenhead Park will open for business again next month.
Greenhead Park Model Railway will begin carrying passengers on March 6.
The railway was closed during January and February so that improvements could be made.
A new siding has been installed and a lifting ramp has been brought in, to allow railway operators to lift heavy carriages on to the track more easily.
The biggest improvement for visitors will be a new carriage, which has been modified to take wheelchairs.
Straps and harnesses have also been installed to hold them securely.
Graeme Hollyhead, treasurer of the model railway, said: "That's all been passed by health and safety officials. Now people in wheelchairs will be able to enjoy a ride instead of being left behind.
"The modifications to the railway have cost £5,000 and that has been raised by the good people of Huddersfield paying to ride the train."
The railway will be open for rides during the day until December.
There will be special themed train rides at Easter, during the summer and at Christmas.