1 of 8 A day after a series of bomb attacks on London's transport network the streets are at first eerily quiet...
2 of 8 ...though eventually commuters do head into work on the sections of the underground system that are open.
3 of 8 Armed police officers can be seen on the streets of London...
4 of 8 ...and throughout the day there are a number of security alerts, including this one at Liverpool Street station after a suspicious package was found.
5 of 8 News photographers try to get a view of the bus that was hit by an explosion and is now hidden behind a screen.
6 of 8 Prince Charles spent more than an hour, along with the Duchess of Cornwall, visiting casualties and staff at St Mary's Hospital near the Edgware Road Tube blast.
7 of 8 Tina Debenham attaches a floral tribute to the railing outside Kings Cross station. She was due to travel through the station at the time of the blast, but changed her shift, and as a result escaped injury.
8 of 8 Police forensic officers remove a body from the scene of a bus bombing as the painstaking search for clues has begins.