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Last Updated: Friday, 30 June 2006, 16:31 GMT 17:31 UK
In Pictures: Bombs left behind

X-ray picture of bomb. ABC News picture

An X-ray picture shows a bomb packed with nails, which was found in a car near Luton railway station in July 2005. The picture was first obtained by US broadcaster ABC News.

Bomb by roadside. ABC News picture

Police said the car containing the explosives, which was found five days after the 7 July attacks, was left by the bombers when they boarded a train at Luton. (ABC News picture).

Bomb by roadside. ABC News picture

The discovery initially prompted police fears that a second suicide gang were preparing an attack. (ABC News picture)

Explosives in jar. ABC News picture.

Police said the devices could have caused deaths on a similar scale to 7 July. (ABC News picture)

Disc-shaped devices. ABC News picture.

A series of controlled explosions were carried out by police following the discovery. (ABC News picture)

Detonators. ABC News picture

Among the find was what were said to be a number of detonators (ABC News picture)






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