A new locomotive has officially been named in Cornwall in front of hundreds of well-wishers.
Lappa Valley's new locomotive was named after an appeal last year to suggest names for the locomotive.
Thousands of suggestions were submitted, but it was Henry, Edward and Poppy who suggested the winning name of City of Truro.
Unlike the popular GWR steam locomotive, Lappa Valley's City of Truro is a diesel powered locomotive which forms part of a new train, which includes five carriages and a buggy wagon.
The new locomotive cuts emissions compared to the current locomotive, with the carriages providing a boost for wheelchair users with its low floor access.
Keith Southwell, owner of Lappa Valley said: “This is a really special moment in the history of Lappa Valley, as we kick off our 50th celebrations with the first brand new mainline train to join us since 1974.
“We had some excellent name suggestions. However, we chose “City of Truro” because we are extremely proud of our Cornish DNA and the name reflects our passion for the county we call home.”
Keith continued: “We are particularly passionate in ensuring Lappa Valley is as accessible as possible. We're continually looking to make a day out at Lappa as enjoyable as possible for people of all abilities. Alongside our recent investment in a Changing Places toilet facility, this train will help us to welcome as many people as we can.
“This new train, along with our other recent investments shows our ongoing commitment to the diverse tourism industry here in Cornwall, of which we are very proud to represent and promote.”