The sentencing of Network Rail and one of its signalmen will take place today, after being found guilty of breaching health and safety laws, following the death of a woman at a level crossing.
Fifty-two-year-old Jane Harding died in January 2010, when the car she was a passenger in was hit by a train in the village of Moreton-on-Lugg, Herefordshire.
Signalman Adrian Maund was found guilty of failing to take reasonable care for the safety of those using the crossing, following a trial at Birmingham Crown Court.
Network rail was also convicted of failing to ensure the safety of non-employees at the level crossing.
Maund, from Leominster, Herefordshire, and the 42-year-old's employer will be sentenced by Judge Melbourne Inman QC this afternoon.