A train derailed and killed a passenger in Germany and a rail service was suspended after the incident in Wuppertals suspension railway.
The derailment occurred in Wauchope near the German town of Essen on Saturday afternoon, according to the Wuppernagel-based state railway company, Deutsche Bahn.
The train’s driver, whose name has not been released, died at the scene, the company said.
It was not immediately clear if he was related to the passenger, whose identity is being withheld.
The driver was driving a second passenger when the train derailed, a spokesman for the company told AFP news agency.
The conductor was injured but stable.
The passenger’s body was found about 15 kilometres (9 miles) away from the derailment site.
The train was heading from Essen to Wuppen, the spokeswoman said.
The railway is not allowed to stop for a long time without special permission, she said.
The Wupperton suspension railway runs along the western German city of Wuppach.
It is one of the longest suspended railways in the world, with an average speed of 1,600 kilometres per hour (800 miles per hour).
It operates between Essen and Wupper.