A man died after being struck by a train near Lancaster on Tuesday.
The incident, involving the 9.23 Barrow to Manchester service, caused widespread disruption to West Coast rail journeys.
Trains between Lancaster and Preston were halted while the death at Torrisholme was investigated. Buses were laid on to transport passengers round the incident, with delays estimated at around an hour.
A British Transport Police spokesman said: “Shortly after 10.30am we were called following reports of a person being struck by a train near to Torrisholme. Our officers attended, alongside colleagues from Lancashire Police and North West Regional Ambulance Service and discovered a man had been struck and killed by a train.
“Officers are now working to determine the identity of the deceased and, at this stage, are not treating the death as suspicious. Once we have a confirmed identity we will inform the family and prepare a report for the coroner.”