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Sunday, October 10, 1999 Published at 17:42 GMT 18:42 UK


Crash memorial in pictures

Hundreds of people attended church services to grieve for the victims of the Paddington rail disaster.

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Worshippers prayed for the dead and bereaved at The Reading Minster of St Mary the Virgin.

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Crowds gathered at Sainsbury's car park in Ladbroke Grove, west London, for a memorial service next to the crash site.

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The Bishop of Kensington led the multi-faith gathering.

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He told the assembly: "There is a time to be...a time to mourn."

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The choir of Saint Augustin's Queensgate moved some to tears with the opening anthem.

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One of the injured was helped to lead the procession down to the crash site.

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Some 400 bouquets have been placed at the scene.

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