One person died and many were hurt when a train crashed in Cumbria on Friday. Several carriages were left on their side, as shown in this picture from passenger Caroline Thomson.
The crash happened near the town of Grayrigg, near Kendal.
Neither Virgin nor Network Rail have yet been able to say what might have caused the derailment.
RAF helicopters, police and fire crews went to the scene and some passengers were taken to a nearby farm. (picture from Caroline Thomson)
The train, a London to Glasgow service, had about 100 passengers on board. (picture from Caroline Thomson)
The isolated location and lack of light made the rescue effort more difficult. Sent in by reader.
This aerial image of the derailed train was taken by the RAF.
Rescue workers worked through the night to help passengers.
Cumbria police set up a telephone line for worried relatives: 0800 056 0146.