Tuesday, May 4, 1999 Published at 13:54 GMT 14:54 UK
Vigil for Soho blast victims
Steve Bustin and other choir members lay floral tributes
A large crowd attended a vigil to mourn the victims of the Soho nail bomb blast.
In a procession watched by people lining Old Compton Street, they walked several hundred yards to Soho Square where the flowers were laid to create a temporary garden of remembrance.
The event took place hours after the Prince of Wales saw for himself the devastation caused by the explosion when he toured the site.
He said: "The British never get put down by these sort of things."
The prince later visited some of the victims who are being treated at St Thomas's Hospital.
The three people who died in the Soho bombing were Andrea Dykes, who was four months pregnant, the best man at her wedding John Light, and a friend Nick Moore.
Mr Light's family said they were "devastated" to lose him to a "senseless act of violence".
As Old Compton Street returned to some form of normality on Tuesday, the police were still gathering information at a special mobile unit near the scene of the bombing.
"A lot of people would have been in the area at the time and might not necessarily have realised they saw something of significance," said a police spokesman.
"By coming forward and having the station here, it's somewhere they can come and speak to us and we can take their details and that person might help us with that extra little piece of information."