Mechanical diggers have been working to stabilise the Sowerby Bridge railway landslip which is causing severe disruption to train services across Huddersfield and West Yorkshire.
This impressive aerial footage of the landslip near the Dryclough railway junction, around one mile south of Halifax, was captured by drone photography specialists Halo Vue.
The landslip yesterday morning has led to a raft of train cancellations, delays and diversions between the Upper Calder Valley and Halifax.
Network Rail has warned passengers to plan their journeys before setting out.
Rob McIntosh, Network Rail’s route managing director for Network Rail, said: “We understand that this is disruptive for passengers but it is necessary to allow our engineers to work safely so that train services can resume as usual on Wednesday. I’d like to thank passengers for their patience while we carry out this work.”