British Transport Police (BTP) have re-released a nerve wrenching video urging the public to stay safe when using crossings.
The call comes ahead of the latest phase of Operation Look, a week of action beginning on Monday, October 5, which will see extra patrols at a number of crossings.
BTP recorded more than 3,500 offences at crossings during 2014/15, with more than 2,500 offenders identified and dealt with.
British Transport Police have also this week issued a warning amid fears someone will be seriously injured or killed on the railway beside the iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct.
The 21-arch structure at the top of Loch Shiel has become one of Scotland’s biggest tourist attractions since featuring in the Harry Potter films series.
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While the majority of those offences are committed by motorists, BTP officers also want to make sure pedestrians and cyclists are aware of the dangers too.