Tuesday, October 12, 1999 Published at 13:04 GMT 14:04 UK
Final journey for Carriage H
Work continues at the Paddington crash site
The painstaking analysis of the train and track involved in the Paddington disaster has been continuing.
Work paused for a minute's silence at 0811 BST - exactly one week after the accident. Salvage workers and members of the emergency services stood with heads bowed in respect for those who died.
Cyril Elliott, 41, from Beckenham, Kent, was named among the dead by Westminster Coroner Dr Paul Knapman.
The married management consultant was identified from his dental records.
Fiona Grey, 33, from Alexandria, Dumbarton, had also died in the crash, the coroner said. The single IT consultant was also identified from her dental records.
DNA experts have been brought in to help identify the bodies of five more victims.
Blood samples taken from five families are being checked against remains removed from the site.
Meanwhile, a rail union has demanded that the culture of the rail industry should be examined in the wake of the Paddington crash.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport Union said the disaster should be a "watershed" leading to changes into how the industry and its safety was run.
Transport Minister Lord Macdonald confirmed Railtrack would almost certainly be stripped of its role in safety regulation.
At the same time rail regulator Tom Winsor announced he is seeking advice on whether the rail companies involved in the crash were in breach of their licence obligations.
Railtrack has promised its full co-operation to the government to improve rail safety.
Its commercial director Richard Middleton insisted the company could provide evidence to satisfy Mr Winsor it had met its existing obligations.
These concerns include:
However, Lord Macdonald stressed it did not say the company's role had caused "major failures".
But he said it was right that Railtrack should lose its regulatory role so he could "ensure public confidence there is no conflict between safety standards and commercial interest".