A man who died on the train tracks in Beaconsfield last month has been named.

Alexander Rose, 25, from Oxford, passed away near Beaconsfield Railway Station on January 27 during the morning rush hour.

The overbridge on Station Road in Beaconsfield New Town was shut off to vehicles and pedestrians for a number of hours while emergency services were on the scene - as was the railway station itself.

At the time, a spokesman for British Transport Police said they were called to a casualty on the tracks at 8.37am.

Alexander was pronounced dead at the scene.

An inquest into his death has been opened by Buckinghamshire Coroner's Court.

For confidential support in the UK, call the Samaritans on 116123, email jo@samaritans.org or visit a local Samaritans branch. See samaritans.org for more details.