London Underground stations across the capital have shared inspirational messages following the terror attack in Westminster.
Seeing these quotes is nothing new for many commuters but today they have special significance.
They included the hashtag #LondonIsOpen and #WeAreNotAfraid.
Three people died after a man drove a car into pedestrians before attacking a policeman. At least 40 others were injured.
This sign, seen at Tower Hill underground station, has been the most widely shared online.
It’s a quote from Disney’s 1998 movie Mulan.
In Richmond, this message was photographed by a commuter.
This quote from American author Helen Keller was posted on London’s Piccadilly Line.
It is taken from her 1903 essay titled, Optimism.
At Tottenham Court Road, one of London’s busiest stations, commuters were reminded that Londoners’ “stand together”.
Oval station used some impressive calligraphy to share their inspirational message.
And this quote from US TV personality Fred Rogers cheered up travellers catching the tube at Clapham North.
Bry didn’t take a photo of what she saw at South Wimbledon the day after the attack but she did share the message online.
This message at Tooting Bec was simple but effective.
Londoners have also been sharing this image, with a slogan of hope added to the iconic London Underground logo.
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