A huge crane has sprung up at Wallingford railway station as rebuilding work on the historic structure got under way in January.
A Brunel-era canopy is being installed following a sizeable £235,000 restoration grant from the Railway Heritage Trust.
The canopy was in place for more than 130 years at Maidenhead railway station but was removed as part of improvement works in October 2014.
The rehoming project has taken more than two years to establish the amount of work required to rebuild the historic structure in Wallingford.
Cholsey and Wallingford Railway vice-chairman Tony Stead said: “There has already been a huge amount of planning to get to where we can start restoring this historic structure.
“We have already achieved a lot since the crane arrived on site and are continuing to make progress each week.”
Work is expected to be completed in early 2019.
The railway’s next running days are over the Easter Weekend, with heritage trains running on March 31 and April 1 and 2.
The Cholsey and Wallingford Railway is organising the Mayor’s Railway Show which is taking place in Wallingford Town Hall on April 28.
Anyone wanting to help on the canopy, or any other projects, is invited to contact the society on its Facebook page, website or to call in to the station on any Saturday.