A memorial service has been held to mark the tenth anniversary of the Tebay disaster. Four men died when they were hit by a runaway wagon as they worked on a railway line in Cumbria.
Safety improvements have been made since the tragedy with a warning system for maintenance staff due to be rolled out later this year, but the RMT Union said measures are 'too late, too little'. Hannah McNulty reports
The Rail, Maritime and Transport Union has welcomed the introduction of a secondary warning system for rail workers but says it has come too late.
Network Rail says a secondary protection system to protect track workers has been trialled and is due to be introduced in June. The company also says it's fitted a "failsafe" braking system in the type of vehicles involved in the Tebay accident and made improvements to wagons.
Relatives, friends and colleagues of four railway workers killed in a rail accident near Tebay in 2004 have gathered to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the disaster.
The four men - three from Lancashire, one from Cumbria - were working on the West Coast Mainline, when they were hit by a runaway wagon.
A service is being held to mark the tenth anniversary of the Tebay rail disaster. Four workers died when they were hit by a runaway maintenance trolley as they worked on the track in 2004.
Colin Buckley, Darren Burgess, Chris Waters and Gary Tindall all died as they carried out work on the West Coast Mainline.
Commemorations are due to take place to mark the anniversary of the Tebay tragedy.
Saturday 15 February will mark 10 years since the incident which killed four people.
Rail union RMT will be joined by colleagues, campaigners, friends and relatives this Saturday to call for secondary protection to be introduced for vulnerable track workers.
The service will take place at the Tebay memorial site just to the south of Tebay village off the A685 at 12pm.
The Tebay services on the southbound M6 is the only service station in the UK to get 5 stars in VisitEngland's rating scheme.
The rigorous inspection scheme of all 107 service stations in England, was undertaken over the last 12 months and revealed Tebay Services south, between J38 and J39 on the M6 in Cumbria – The Lake District as the 5 star stop.
Tebay Services, which grew out of the family farm, was the only service station in the UK to achieve this sort after accolade. Sarah Dunning CEO of Tebay services north and south said:
A new campaign is being launched to try to draw more visitors to an area of Cumbria.
Staff from Tourist Information Centres are touring the area around Tebay in a bid to promote it better.
Actions for Communities Cumbria have teamed up with TICs from across the county to give them a tour and show what the area has to offer so they can better advise tourists.
Tebay church is one of the atltractions the tourist information centre workers are learning about.