It's part of a warning to parents over the summer holidays to make sure children are aware of the dangers of the railway.
The railway company says cameras caught ten incidents of children risking their lives over just 9 days last month.
Network Rail say the ten incidents of children risking their lives range from not stopping, looking or listening before crossing, loitering for lengthy periods on the tracks and sitting down while taking part in dares to leaving items of clothing on the rails.
Network Rail say their “message to parents and guardians is to please warn your children that the railway is not a place to play. It’s absolutely vital that everybody remains vigilant when crossing the railway as trains are fast, frequent, and quieter than ever.”