Climate protest halts coal train
A group of protestors have stopped a coal train in its tracks in the UK, after attachign lines to the train's wheels to stop it from moving.
About 30 climate campaigners have halted a train taking coal to one of Europe's biggest power stations in North Yorkshire.
A giant banner reading "Leave it in the ground" has been draped over the train bound for Drax near Selby.
The train was stopped in Rawcliffe, between North and East Yorkshire.
A protester said lines had been attached to the train's wheels to stop it moving. He said the intention was to start unloading coal using shovels.
One of the activists said the freight train was stopped using a red flag.
The protest is being staged by members of Leave it in the Ground, a group which campaigns against open cast mining.
In a statement released by the group, the activists said they had enough supplies to remain on the train for several days.