Londoners show their courage

The day after four bombs ripped through London's transport system, the city's workers returned to their workplaces, refusing to be cowed by the terrorists' actions.

9th July, 2005

The day after four bombs ripped through London's transport system, the city's workers returned to their workplaces, refusing to be cowed by the terrorists' actions.

With London Underground operating a limited service and buses and trains operating normally (other than King's Cross, which has limited services), the attackers did not manage to bring London to a standstill for more than a few hours.

Maybe it was the perceived inevitability of the attacks, but there was...

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