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.
Worshippers prayed for the dead and bereaved at The Reading Minster of St Mary the Virgin.
Crowds gathered at Sainsbury's car park in Ladbroke Grove, west London, for a memorial service next to the crash site.
The Bishop of Kensington led the multi-faith gathering.
He told the assembly: "There is a time to be...a time to mourn."
The choir of Saint Augustin's Queensgate moved some to tears with the opening anthem.
One of the injured was helped to lead the procession down to the crash site.
Some 400 bouquets have been placed at the scene.