A busy station came to a silent halt during this morning's rush-hour to mark the 60th anniversary of Britain's worst peacetime rail disaster.
On October 8 1952, 112 people were killed in a three-train crash at Harrow & Wealdstone station in north-west London.
It was a foggy autumn morning when a night express train from Perth crashed into the back of a London-bound local train which had stopped at Harrow.
Almost immediately, a London-to-Liverpool express train passing through Harrow struck the locomotive of the Perth train and derailed.
At the exact time of the disaster - 8.19am - a minute's silence was organised by Harrow Council as part of a commemorative service at the station.
Harrow councillor Keith Ferry read out the names of the dead, including their ages and occupations, before the silence.
Among those at the service was 78-year-old Keith Cheyney who survived the accident.
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