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Bombs 7/7/05 - Victoria Embankment Coronation & bomb attack 7/7/05

Plaque: Bombs 7/7/05 - Victoria Embankment

Inscription

City of Westminster
London Memorial Garden
Under these trees people of all faiths and nationalities, united in grief, laid wreaths in memory of those killed on 7th July 2005, following the attacks on London's public transport system.
The City will endure - It is the future of our world. - Ken Livingstone - Mayor of London.
For all Londoners in our great city - Cllr Simon Milton - Leader of the Council

Site: Coronation & bomb attack 7/7/05 (2 memorials)

WC2, Victoria Embankment Gardens

There is a third plaque (far right) but it's about some gardening prize which we didn't find sufficiently interesting. During the early part of 2008 all three plaques were renovated and re-laid on identical plinths.

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Bombs 7/7/05 - Victoria Embankment

Information Subjects commemorated

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Bombs 7 July 2005

In the middle of the morning rush hour four bombs went off on three tube trai...

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Civilian deaths in London caused by enemy action

This page brings together all the memorials that we have for civilians killed...

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Bombs 7/7/05 - Victoria Embankment

Information Created by

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Westminster City Council

Created in 1965 from the former area of the Metropolitan Boroughs of St Maryl...

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Ken Livingstone

Mayor of London from May 2000 - May 2008. Born Lambeth.

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Sir Simon Milton

Deputy Mayor of London: 2008 - 2011, Leader of Westminster City Council: 2000...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Bombs 7/7/05 - Victoria Embankment

Information Also at this site

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Coronation tree - Embankment Gardens

This tree was planted to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, 1953.

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