Workers at subway stations across London have reacted to Wednesday’s terror attack which left four people dead in very inspirational ways.
On Thursday morning, they inked messages of hope and defiance as their “Quote of the Day” on London Underground service information boards.
“The flower that blooms in adversity is the rarest and most beautiful of them all,” wrote staff at Tower Hill station, alongside the hashtags #LondonIsOpen and #WeAreNotAfraid:
This message was written at Clapham North in south-west London:
Workers at Tooting Bec station in south London had this to say:
Oval station in south London echoed those sentiments:
As did Richmond station in southwest London:
The various messages struck a chord with fellow Twitter users, who dubbed them “beautiful,” “powerful” and “thoughtfully placed.”
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article stated that the London attack had left five people dead.
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