From the BBC
British Transport Police are trying to identify a man who was killed on a main railway line in Cornwall.
He was struck by a London to Penzance train on the line near Marazion on 15 August.
Police said he had no identification but had a Bucherer watch and a rucksack containing a torch, sunglasses and a handheld television.
The man, aged between 30 and 45, also had a plastic wallet containing a postcard from New York and a £1 note.
He was described as about 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall with a thin to medium build, grey hair and blue/green eyes.
He was wearing a black leather motorcycle jacket, black Belstaff motorcycle gloves, beige trousers and dark brown suede boots.
Police said the death was not being treated as suspicious.