Thousands of defiant London commuters get off the Tube early and walk their final stop in memory of the 52 people who died in 7/7 terror attacks 10 years ago today

  • Commuters shared their poignant tributes to the victims of the 7/7 bombings online as they walked to work today
  • Scores held up signs with the words #walktogether while others held hands and posted photographs of their feet
  • David Cameron and Boris Johnson were joined by politicians at a Hyde Park Memorial wreath-laying ceremony
  • It is ten years to the day that 52 people were killed and 700 injured in a series of blasts detonated across London  


Jennifer Smith
The Daily Mail [UK]
7 July 2015

It is ten years to the day that the country suffered one of its most abhorrent attacks on freedom.

And as Britain remembers the events of 7/7/2005, thousands have put on a defiant display in the face of the ever-encroaching threat of terror.

In memory of those killed in the bombings a decade ago, commuters across London and the rest of the UK today stepped off the train, Tube and bus one stop early to walk the remainder of their journey.

Uniting in their tributes to the dead, they shared photographs of the poignant gesture on Twitter accompanied with the words #walktogether.

Some held signs bearing the phrase while others photographed their feet and held hands, posting their photographs on social media. Others accompanied their posts with the hashtags #sevenseven to commemorate the date…



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