Emergency Services are continuing to deal with a two carriage passenger train which hit a landslide in west Cumbria.
Cumbria police say the train remained upright and there were no injuries to any passengers or staff.
A recovery train is being sent to pick up the passengers and take them to a reception centre at Sellafield.
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