The iconic Wemyss Bay railway station is set to star on telly tomorrow night as part of Tim Dunn's 'The Architecture The Railways Built'. 

The programme, which was comissioned for a second series after a popular first, will be on air on Yesterday at 8pm. 

 The show sees railway historian and architecture enthusiast, Tim Dunn, visit examples of the stunning architecture that line the railway network in Britain and beyond. 

Locations in the first series included St Pancras station in London and the modern Rotterdam Centraal station in Holland.