A minute’s silence was held at UK railway stations on Wednesday, August 19, in memory of the three people killed in a train derailment in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, on August 12.
The train’s driver Brett McCullough, its conductor Donald Dinnie, and passenger Christopher Stuchbury died when the train hit a landslip near Stonehaven, the BBC reported.
Six other people were injured in the accident.
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon joined the minute’s silence at Edinburgh’s Waverley station.
This video shows the scene at London’s Euston station. Credit: London Euston via Storyful