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Network Rail has released a video showing people the potential hazards of travelling on escalators.
The full version of the video, designed to raise awareness of the dangers, features two clips recorded at Birmingham New Street, along with advice for passengers.
People with heavy luggage and wearing high heels are among those to topple over while travelling on Birmingham New Street's escalators.
CCTV footage released by Network Rail as part of a new safety campaign shows people at the busy station taking a tumble.
The first clip shows a man struggling with his luggage fall backwards, and - apparently giving up on the situation - continues to travel upwards with his legs in the air.
A second clip shows another person trip up twice as they struggle to keep their footing.
Network Rail has stressed that neither of the people shown were injured.
A campaign to cut the number of slips and falls on railway station escalators has been launched by Network Rail.
More than 400 people took a tumble on the 17 biggest stations in the country in the last year - and 32 of those were at Birmingham New Street, placing it sixth in the chart for the number of accidents.
Trying to carry heavy luggage, rushing, high heels and alcohol have all contributed to falls.
The full list of falls is as follows:
- London Paddington: 54
- London Liverpool Street: 44
- London Waterloo: 41
- Leeds: 41
- Manchester Piccadilly: 39
- Birmingham New Street: 32
- St Pancras International Station: 30
- Edinburgh Waverley: 25
- St Pancras (Lower Level): 25
- King's Cross: 22
- London Bridge: 16
- Liverpool Lime Street: 12
- London Victoria: 11
- Euston: 10
- Fenchurch Street: 10
- Glasgow Central: 5
- Charing Cross (London): 1