A man died after being found with "serious head injuries" on railway tracks between Frimley and Camberley at the weekend.
Police and ambulance crews were called to the line near the Four Horseshoes pub in Frimley Road at around 3.30pm on Sunday (April 3), while Frimley railway station was also closed off.
A 41-year-old local man was found with serious head injuries and later pronounced dead at the scene.
A spokesman for British Transport Police said: “We were called to the railway line near Frimley station at 3.31pm on Sunday to a report of an injured man on the tracks.
“On arrival, officers discovered a man with serious head injuries. The man, who has been identified as a 41-year-old local man, was treated at the scene but sadly died from his injuries.
“The incident is being treated as non-suspicions and a file will be prepared for the coroner.”
South West Trains services between Ascot and Ash Vale were halted while emergency services attended the incident.
The lines were reopened fully shortly before 6pm.