Commemorations are due to take place this weekend to mark the anniversary of the Tebay tragedy.
It will be 10 years tomorrow since the accident in which four people died.
The accident happened after a wagon laden with lengths of steel rail ran away from a maintenance area.
Rail union RMT will be joined by colleagues, campaigners, friends and relatives 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.
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