Trainspotters are finally getting their moment in the limelight, as the BBC has announced a show based on the hobby.
Trainspotting Live will be broadcast live over three nights on BBC Four, and will see experts discussing a range of locomotives.
Peter Snow will host the show from Didcot Heritage Railway Centre, while maths whizz Dr Hannah Fry will be on hand to explain the importance and enormity of the rail network.
Some Twitter fans seem to be looking forward to the series.
-- Jon Smallwood (@JonSmallwood) May 23, 2016
But plenty of others couldn't help making jokes about it being a small screen version of the Trainspotting movie...
Can't wait to see Peter Snow climbing down a toilet smacked up on heroin. https://t.co/a4JOIWHS2m
-- Lee Bacon (@Lee_B) May 23, 2016
BBC commissions Trainspotting Live - a three-day orgy of drug-taking and debauchery, set in Edinburgh https://t.co/tXrXHipgD1
-- Patrick Foster (@patrickfoster2) May 23, 2016
BBC4 orders Trainspotting: Live. It being Peter Snow and BBC4, not Jon Snow and C4, this is locomotives, not heroin. https://t.co/2WMEzesFbg
-- Robin Parker (@robinparker55) May 23, 2016