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Tuesday, 14 May, 2002, 14:21 GMT 15:21 UK
In pictures: Potters Bar investigation
Engineers have lifted the carriage which became wedged on Potters Bar station in Friday's fatal crash. HSE investigators are continuing to examine the faulty points which caused the accident.

A wreath is laid by one of the survivors
Personal messages from survivors have been placed at the scene

The carriage which sheared off
The rear carriage became wedged under the canopy of the station roof

Crash scene
Engineers have spent several days propping up the train ready for lifting

Scaffolding around the wedged canopy
The rescue operation must drag the carriage away from the canopy

The crane overhanging Potters Bar station
Use of the 1,000-ton crane to lift the 35-ton train was delayed by poor weather on Monday

Wheelchair at the scene
The recovery operation will last several days

Engineers at the scene of the crash
Engineers covered the points at the centre of the investigation

Policeman guards bogey
A set of the train's wheels became detached in the crash

The damaged train
Three of the four train carriages derailed

A crane is installed at Potters Bar station
A crane is installed to remove the carriage from the platform

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