A man has died after being struck by a train at Gretna.
British Transport Police (BTP) were called to the scene just before 3pm on Friday.
They found the body of a man, believed to be in his late 50s, on the train line near Gretna station.
A spokesman said he had "injuries consistent with having been struck by a train".
The death is currently being treated as non-suspicious and enquiries are ongoing to establish the identity of the man.
All train lines between Dumfries and Carlisle are affected.
ScotRail has said that all train services running through these stations may be delayed or terminated at and start back from Dumfries at short notice.
Attempts are being made to organise replacement road transport between Carlisle and Dumfries in both directions.
Passengers are being advised to make their own arrangements in the meantime.
A BTP spokesman said: "Enquiries are ongoing to confirm the man’s identity and the full circumstances surrounding the incident.
"A report will be submitted to the local procurator fiscal."
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