Ten years ago today, 52 people were killed in the 7/7 bombings in London. The terrorist attacks took place on the tube at Edgware Road, King’s Cross and Aldgate stations as well as on a bus at Tavistock Square.
This morning, there were tributes across the city. Survivors and victims’ relatives headed to St Paul’s Cathedral for a memorial service this morning, while David Cameron and Boris Johnson joined victims' families laying flowers in Hyde Park.
Londoners headed to stations affected by the blasts for a minute's silence at the times the bombs were detonated, with flowers laid at King’s Cross, Aldgate, Edgware Road and Tavistock Square throughout this morning.
The ambulance service, Metropolitan Police and fire brigade all paid tribute. Plus, people all across the city got off their tubes and buses a stop early to #walktogether to work.
Here's how London remembered the tragic event on social media.
Dozens of people at Tavistock square as it approaches 0947, the time the bomb was detonated pic.twitter.com/1xqo38sk6D— Haroon Siddique (@Haroon_Siddique) July 7, 2015
7/7 memorial Hyde park... pic.twitter.com/M8f5diYuSa— Lucy Grey (@lucyEgrey) July 7, 2015
Tribute left at 7/7 memorial in Tavistock Square this morning pic.twitter.com/d9i1knDc8j— Haroon Siddique (@Haroon_Siddique) July 7, 2015
Prayers & 3 min silence at Tavistock Peace Gardens, WC1 for those who died in bus bombing 7/7 Ten years ago now pic.twitter.com/hWNh8HfK5l— paulstpancras (@paulstpancras) July 7, 2015
"I want to find the woman who held my hand": Karl Williams who survived 7/7 bombing at Russell Square. Can you help? https://t.co/J2G8kW64Qk— Victoria Derbyshire (@VictoriaLIVE) July 7, 2015
The view from the south transept gallery of St Paul's as guests begin arriving for 7/7 memorial service. pic.twitter.com/Ih740B9NKt— esther addley (@estheraddley) July 7, 2015
Crowds gather to look on at the tributes to the Edgware Road victims during the minute's silence pic.twitter.com/zIbWKxIrAT— Sally Wardle (@sally_wardle) July 7, 2015