This is the moment that a cyclist risked her life to get over a level crossing at Waterbeach near Cambridge.
The driver of the train had to apply the emergency break before the cyclist stepped back, narrowly avoiding being hit.
Police now want to identify the woman involved in the incident, which happened on 12 September at around 18:30 pm.
Network Rail's route managing director Richard Schofield has spoken of his shock after footage was released of a cyclist in Cambridgeshire narrowly avoiding being hit by a train.
The woman is seen approaching onto the line and subsequently braking hard as the train passes.
The British Transport Police have released shocking footage of the moment a cyclist from Cambridgeshire narrowly missed being hit by a train after dodging a level-crossing barrier.
Footage of the incident at the Waterbeach crossing shows a woman passing through the closed barriers and onto the line before proceeding to brake hard as the train passes.
The images have been released in an attempt to identify the woman and to highlight the dangers of misusing level crossings.
Water sports facility and country park project surges forward as agreement signed
A 220-acre water sports complex between Milton and Waterbeach has moved one step closer to becoming a reality after an agreement was completed by the developer, landowners and a local district council.
Planning permission for the estimated £25 million complex can now be formally issued by South Cambridgeshire District Council and developers have 5 years to get the project underway.
The plans for 3.2 km of quality water connected to the River Cam also include a 2 km long international standard competition course that will be at least 100m wide. There would also be a triathlon facility, a 3-mile long cycle circuit, BMX track and a lake stocked with fish for angling.
An army barracks that's been a training base since 1993 has hosted its final passing out parade.
ATR Bassingbourn in Cambridgeshire takes soldiers for 14 week courses at the start of their careers.
Its future is under threat as part of the defence review, but no decision has yet been made. Stuart Leithes reports.
A museum which charts the history of Waterbeach Baracks in Cambridgeshire is under threat after being told it has to find a new home.
The barracks are closing next year and the site will be redeveloped, but while military personnel there will be transferred elsewhere the museum is facing an uncertain future as Russell Hookey reports.