PASSENGERS travelling on Huddersfield train services are to get a more fragrant trip.
First TransPennine Express revealed it is bringing in scented seat headrests on its services.
Passengers will be able to sit back and smell the aroma of citrus, orange and grapefruit.
Vernon Barker, managing director of TransPennine Express, said: "It's a very subtle fragrance, which smells fresh and clean. It's not too strong.
"It's relatively long-lasting and we're confident that it will help create a favourable impression."
The new covers are being manufactured by Orvec International of Hull, exclusively for TransPennine Express.
The train operator is the first in the country to introduce the covers.
TransPennine Express introduced replaceable headrest covers to its trains earlier this year as part of a major interior clean and spruce-up of the carriages.
Around a million of the new antimacassars will be used each year throughout the trains in both first and standard class.
To maintain freshness, the citrus fragrances are blended with the polymer before the fabric is manufactured into crisp, clean white headrest covers bearing the First TransPennine Express company logo.