The 10th anniversary of the Potters Bar rail crash will be marked by memorial services today.
The first will take place at a memorial garden close to the site of the Hertfordshire crash which claimed seven lives.
This first service will include the laying of flowers and a minute's silence at 12.56pm: the time the London to King's Lynn train derailed at a faulty set of points
After that there will be a memorial service at Our Lady and St Vincent church in Potters Bar.
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