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Andrea |Rowlands Several runners from North Wales beat the train W in Sunday's 14-mile Race the Train event in Tywyn in Mid Wales.
Sixteen athletes beat the train to complete the fourand-a-half mile route in aid of local charities.
Most accidents are as a result of impatience, not being prepared to wait and trying to beat the train.
You can't beat the train for travelling in a green way.
The driver appeared to have been attempting to beat the train to the railway crossing but found the barrier down on reaching it.
New technology is on the cards for Huddersfield commuters in an effort to beat the train ticket cheats.
Alex, who took-up long-distance racing in Hong Kong where he lived for 12 years, said: 'I am looking forward to the new challenge - if I beat the train it will be one of my biggest achievements.
Many competitors return regularly to try and better their performance, or just beat the train, while others have run nearly every year since the races started.