Exclusive Photos: London Terror Investigation

Exclusive Photos: London Terror Investigation

Exclusive photographs obtained by ABC News offer a glimpse of the devastation inside the London subway lines after the July 7th attacks. This photo shows the inside of the train after it had been attacked between the Liverpool Street and Aldgate Undergrou
This exclusive photograph shows the inside of the train between London's Kings Cross and Russell Square Underground stations, where 27 people were killed.
This exclusive photograph shows the inside of the train at London's Edgware Road Underground station, where 7 people were killed in the July 7th attacks.
Exclusive photographs obtained by ABC News show the bombs used in the July 7th London attacks for the first time. The bombs were made of homemade high explosives. Some were packaged like pancakes.
Other bombs used in the attacks, like this one which was recovered from a car trunk of one of the bombers, contained nails for use as shrapnel.
An X-Ray view of one of the unexploded devices
Exclusive photographs obtained by ABC News
Exclusive photographs obtained by ABC News
Exclusive photographs obtained by ABC News
Exclusive photographs obtained by ABC News
An X-Ray view of one of the unexploded devices
An X-Ray view of one of the unexploded devices found in the trunk of the bomber's car shows that it was designed to inflict massive damage. (ABC News)
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