The Story of Rail has been launched today at Kilmeaden Station.
The project by the Waterford Suir Valley Railway has seen a number of story boards installed around the station.
Visitors can now find out just how important the railway was to all aspects of local life.
Speaking to WLR News, manager Maria Kyte explains how this project came about:
"Over the last two years, we've re-branded Waterford and Suir Valley Railway, which entailed looking at how we do things.
"We found that while we're good at operating the railway, welcoming passengers, running events - all that is going really well - we weren't very good at telling our story and telling the story of rail, which is one of the reasons that the WSVR was set up.
"... So, people can come along, enjoy their train trip, and read the story boards!"
The project was 50% funded by Waterford Leader Partnership, which Maria says they're very grateful for.
The train will reopen to passengers (for the first time since Christmas) for the school mid-term before opening fully a few weeks later.
Have a listen above as Maria talks to WLR's MaryAnn Vaughan about the 'Story of Rail'.