A man has been hit and killed by a train at Ashford railway station.

All railway lines between Feltham and Staines were blocked on Tuesday afternoon due to an "emergency incident".

South West Trains confirmed the line closures at around 2.30pm.

There are no trains between Feltham, Windsor and Eton Riverside and Virginia Water.

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Update

British Transport Police has now confirmed that the man who died was from Staines and in his 60s.

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To recap, a man was hit by a train at Ashford railway station on Tuesday afternoon (July 25).

The incident happened at around 2.20pm said British Transport Police after emergency services were called to the scene, where the man was pronounced dead.

South West Trains lines have now all reopened but are running on a revised service in the area.

Here is a link to SWT’s journey planner to help get you on your way.

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SWT: 'All lines have now reopened but delays expected'

SWT have provided a new update:

“Following emergency services dealing with an incident between Feltham and Staines all lines have now reoponed.

“Train services running through these stations may be cancelled, delayed by up to 45 minutes or revised.

“Disruption is expected until 19.00pm (July 25).”

FULL STORY: Man hit and killed by train at Ashford

To recap, a man was hit and killed by a train at Ashford railway station on Tuesday afternoon (July 25).

The incident happened at around 2.20pm said British Transport Police after emergency services were called to the scene, where the man was pronounced dead.

South West Trains is running a revised service in the area, although all lines have now reopened.

SWT: 'Power has been restored to lines'

SWT are hopeful trains will be back on the move soon

Tickets are being accepted on other networks

SWT are apologising for any disruption caused to your journey and have allowed tickets to be used elsewhere.

You may use your ticket on:

  • Great Western services between London Paddington and Reading
  • Great Western services between Reading and Basingstoke
  • London Underground via any reasonable routes
  • TFL buses between Staines to any London

Bus replacement services are also being organised with full details being provided as soon as possible.

SWT: 'Some trains unable to run'

SWT is forecasting significant disruption to service this afternoon.

Alterations to services have been introduced by South West

We have also just received the alteration changes from South West Trains:

  • Services from London Waterloo to Reading will divert via Weybridge and Chertsey to Weybridge and then run non-stop from Weybridge to Clapham Common
  • Trains will not run from London Waterloo to Windsor & Eton Riverside will terminate at Twickenham and Windsor & Eton Riverside to Waterloo will not run
  • The London Waterloo and Weybridge via Chertsey service will also not run in neither direction

South West Trains release statement on lines closed

South West Trains have provided an update over the stations and lines affected:

“Due to the emergency services dealing with an incident between Feltham and Staines all lines between these stations are blocked.

“There are currently no trains between Feltham and Windsor and Eton Riverside and Virgina Water.

“Railway staff are working with the emergency services to resolve the incident as quickly as possible.”

Full statement from British Transport Police

We’ve just received this statement from British Transport Police:

“A person has sadly died after being struck by a train at Ashford station in Surrey.

“We were called to the station at 2.21pm but sadly a man died at the scene.

“Officers are now working to identify the man and inform his next of kin.”

'Emergency incident' between Feltham and Staines

Right, what do we know at this stage?

Well South West Trains reported an emergency incident blocking all lines between Feltham and Staines at around 2.30pm.

British Transport Police has since confirmed a fatality at Ashford railway station.

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