Railways have run away with the series, with the train running into a tunnel and crashing into a house before crashing through a building in central London.
It was a “fatal train accident” and the driver was treated and released, a police spokesman said.
The accident happened on Monday evening as the train was travelling along a narrow gauge track near the junction with Waterloo Road in south London.
The train was carrying 12 people on the track when it crashed into a large house and then a car parked next to it, injuring at least two people, including a woman in her 60s.
Image caption The train was a 24-car train and the woman injured in the crash was taken to hospital in a serious conditionImage caption There was a significant number of emergency services on the scene but it is not clear how many people were injuredImage caption A man was treated for his injuries at a hospital in central, east London, before being taken to a hospital near the scene in south east LondonImage caption It is not known how many passengers were injured and the cause of the accident is not yet knownImage caption Police have cordoned off the area where the train crashedImage caption Emergency services are currently at the scene of the crashImage caption CCTV footage captured the moment the train ran into the houseImage caption At least two women were injured, one in her 30s and another in her 50s.
Police have cued up emergency services to be on the lookout for the driver of the train as the investigation continues.