Never before seen images of the destruction caused by an IRA attack in the City have been released to mark the 25th anniversary of the incident.
A powerful bomb was planted in a stolen truck outside 99 Bishopsgate, exploding on Saturday 24 April 1993, killing one person and wounding another 44.
Today the City of London Police have released new images showing the extent of the damage caused by the bomb.
It destroyed a nearby church and severely damaged Liverpool Street Station and the NatWest Tower. It is estimated that the cleanup operation cost more than £350m.
The new images give an insight into the extent of the damage to streets and buildings in the vicinity.
Ed Henty, a photographer for News of the World, was killed after he rushed to the scene.
However it is thought that the number of fatalities would have been much higher if it had taken place on a weekday.
Following the incident, coming just a year after the bombing of the Baltic Exchange, the City of London Police implemented a ring of steel in July 1993. Most routes into the City were closed or made exit-only, and the remaining routes had checkpoints manned by police officers 24 hours a day.