Tributes have been pouring in for a teenager and his grandfather who were killed in a crash on a level crossing near Horsham in Sussex.
The pair have been named locally as 15 year old Will Hallett and 72 year old Barry Hearnshaw.
They died after their car was hit by a train at Barns Green on Saturday morning.
Will's former headteacher has described him "as a wonderful person and student".
A remembrance service was held for them on Sunday.
Carol Shepherd, Lay minister, St Nicolas Church, Itchingfield
The rail line between Horsham and Pulborough in West Sussex has reopened after the fatal crash on Saturday.
The crossing will remain closed for approximately two to three weeks for repairs, therefore vehicles will be diverted.
The British Transport Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.
As he appealed for anyone with information about what happened to come forward, Detective Inspector Brett Walker also said: “This is an extremely tragic incident and our thoughts are with the family at this difficult time."
Southern Railway said that staff from Network Rail and the Emergency Services spent the weekend trying to clear the line at Barns Green after the tragedy which happened just before 9am on Saturday 17th February.
They had hoped services would return to normal on Sunday, but issued a statement saying that it was not possible.