Vandals in Kent have damaged almost 30 drain covers and two cars on Monday night.
Two cars were found with scratched paint work and 28 metal drain covers were removed in the Lydd area.
Kent Police believe the damage took place some time over night between Monday June, 17 and Tuesday June, 18.
Police are hunting vandals who tried to derail a train from Waterloo to Reading by placing piles of traffic cones on the line. The incident caused delays into the early hours of Saturday morning with passengers stranded for up to three hours.
The train was damaged after it hit the cones near Mortlake in southwest London.
South West Trains apologised for the delay. A spokesman said: "Passengers on the 10.50pm service were delayed by around three hours after vandals placed around 15 traffic cones on the line.
"We are extremely angry at the impact such irresponsible actions by vandals has had on our customers and we would urge anyone with information about the incident to contact British Transport Police."
Taxis were provided for passengers and an extra train was arranged.
A Scania lorry had its windscreen smashed at Carswell, near Faringdon. A Daf truck had its windscreen smashed near Carswell Golf Club. Another lorry was targeted near Tubney. A Mercedes lorry, Volvo and other vehicles were attacked. One driver was hit in the chest, but not injured.
This was the moment a train hit a bike that had been left on the tracks in Hampshire. British Transport Police have released this CCTV footage because they want to speak to two youths who were seen riding across the level crossing before the incident, near Portsmouth.