The devastation caused by terror attacks on trains could be lessened in future because of research carried out by experts at Newcastle University.
After studying the affects of a bomb blast on a normal train carriage researchers have come up with some simple and cheap changes to improve safety.
It could dramatically improve the chances of surviving an attack like the 7/7 London Bombings.
You can watch the full report from Julia Barthram below.
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