Drone imagery has been released showing the extent of a landslip that derailed a train in the Scottish Highlands.
The aerial pictures show a gouge in the mountainside about 100m (328ft) above the West Highland Line where debris started to fall.
None of the passengers were injured.
Tonnes of material have been washed onto the track from the slopes above the line by the extreme weather. We are working as quickly as we can to get trains back on the move. #Glenfinnan pic.twitter.com/6og5c2dIUC
— NetworkRail Scotland (@NetworkRailSCOT) 22 January 2018
The train derailed around 6.30am on Monday. Five people were on board when it hit the rubble and was derailed at Loch Eilt, between Arisaig and Glenfinnan.
The landslip occurred after heavy snow across much of Scotland began to melt. Tons of rocks and mud were swept down the mountainside.
Network Rail Scotland says engineers are assessing the stability of the ground around the train before work starts on moving it.
The company says it will take several days.
Rail services between Fort William and Mallaig have been suspended until further notice.