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Passengers voice new fears about train travel

It looked like business as usual at Waterloo station yesterday afternoon. But beyond the regulation carpet of discarded coffee cups and colour supplements there was a fresh anxiety. “I think about [the Madrid atrocity] all the time,” said Jonathan Lovett, who had brought his son, Alex, from Surbiton to visit the Tate Modern. “In fact, I was thinking about it as I walked into the station. You know that a bomb could go off at any moment. But if it does, what can you do? You just have to get on with things.” Becky Dhlakama, a student from Scotland, was sitting waiting for a friend on a bench near a door. “I hate trains and I’m frightened of them,” she said. “But you have to use them if you want to go to work or go out anywhere.” Full Story

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