A man suffered serious head and leg injuries after being struck by a train at Lenzie on Wednesday afternoon.
Emergency services were called to the train station around 1.10pm on November 4.
British Transport Police said the man, in his 40s, was taken to hospital in a “serious” condition.
They added the incident was not being treated as “suspicious.”
There was major disruption to train services for up to two hours. At 3pm, Scotrail tweeted services were back to normal.
There have been a number of similar incidents at or near Lenzie train station in recent times.
In July last year, a man was struck by a train at Lenzie during rush hour at around 7.30am.
In September 2014, a woman died after being struck by a train on the line close to the station and in November 2011, passengers shouted on a train driver to stop after a pensioner fell on to the track.