The rail line in West Cumbria that was blocked after a train derailment has been re-opened. The accident happened when bad weather caused a landslide on the Cumbrian coastal line, close to Nethertown station. There is a speed restriction around the area, which could cause minor delays.
The train sent to collect passengers on board this morning's derailed train has also become stuck in a landslide on Cumbria's coastal line. Passengers on the original train have now walked to nearby Nethertown Station instead.
The first train was carrying Sellafield workers to the nuclear plant when it derailed at 7.20am today after it hit a landslide near Nethertown. No passengers are reported to be injured.