From this morning's papers...
Times: "The investigation into the train crash in Cumbria which killed one passenger and seriously injured eight is focusing on a set of points that were more than 20 years old."
Telegraph: "The preliminary inquiry into Friday’s fatal rail crash in Cumbria is concentrating on a pair of points close to where the accident happened."
Mail: "A pair of points is the focus of the preliminary examination into the Cumbria train derailment, the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) has said."
Gaurdian: "The Cumbria rail crash which killed one woman and injured scores of passengers was probably the result of a failure in track maintenance, an interim report is expected to say today."
And on Planet Desmond?
Daily Express: "Anti-terror security service SO15 was last night investigating the Cumbria train crash after a group with IRA links claimed to have sabotaged the track."