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TheSavage 08-10-2005 11:17 AM

EVIDENCE OF DRY RUN ATTACK JUST PRIOR TO 7/7!
 
ONLY ON VICTORY GIN!
www.americanlibation.blogspot.com

"The bomb at Aldgate had been detonated on a train heading east on the outer Circle line track from Liverpool Street. A full assessment, including ultrasonic testing of the rails, revealed MAJOR DAMAGE ONLY TO CABLES USED FOR SIGNALLING, POWER AND COMMUNICATIONS. These are over 40 years old although some were replaced 10 years ago as part of a new centralised signalling control system. The tunnel, which is early 20th century, was undamaged."
(Emphasis mine)

From:

<a href="http://www.metronetrail.com/default.asp?sID=1122306591984">Bomb damage assessment from the Metronet Homepage</a>

Signalling, Power, Communications. Doesn't this sound familiar to you? C'mon, you remember. The attack on the Line just south of Norwich. July 17th, 2005. Only those specific cables were messed with. I'm positive that was a test of some sort.

Here's a recap:

Vandalism hits train services
17 June 2005
ITV

"The Norwich-London mainline has been hit by a wave of delays and cancellations after vandals attacked signalling equipment last night.

The attack was discovered when signals and power circuits began malfunctioning at around 10pm on Thursday evening. Repair crews were shocked to find several signalling circuits and a 650-watt power cable had been cut. The vandals targeted two seperate sections of track four miles apart near the village of Newton Flotman. Repair crews told Anglia News that the attack appeared well planned and had been designed to cause maximum disruption."

<a href="http://www.itvregions.com/Anglia/News/Vandalism+hits+train+services.htm">Source</a>


Vandals cause day of rail misery
18 June 2005
East Anglian Daily Times

"The two attacks, which saw signalling and communication cables cut near Tharston and Newton Flotman, just south of Norwich, are thought to have happened on Thursday night."

<a href="http://new.eadt.co.uk/search/story.aspx?brand=EADOnline&category=News&itemid=IP ED17%20Jun%202005%2019:37:40:293&tBrand=EADOnline& tCategory=search">Source</a>


LET'S GET THESE BASTARDS AND NAIL 'EM TO THE WALL!

FOR ENGLAND!

THE SAVAGE

www.americanlibation.blogspot.com

Thumper 08-10-2005 12:19 PM

Re: EVIDENCE OF DRY RUN ATTACK JUST PRIOR TO 7/7!
 
I don't see it. cliff notes?

TheSavage 08-10-2005 02:11 PM

Re: EVIDENCE OF DRY RUN ATTACK JUST PRIOR TO 7/7!
 
Not a problem. Here's the rundown...

On June 17th, police were stumped by an attack on a
train line north of London and south of Norwich. The "Vandals" lifted "heavy concrete troughs" to access signalling, communication, and power cables and cut them. According to Wikipedia, power lines being cut causes a power surge. The "vandals", according to police, must have had electrical experience, specific tools, and enough manpower to lift the concrete troughs.

Now, if you just wanted to mess with the train line, you'd throw something on the track or whatever. You wouldn't organize a team, and hit the rail in two spots over four miles of track, and cut dangerous cables with specialized equipment, etc.

It's a singular incident.

Now, the Metronet homepage (see link in post) gave a synopsis of the bomb damage at Aldgate station that got hit on 7/7. The ONLY thing that got damaged on the rail (besides the train of course), were the power, communications, and signalling cables. The tunnel was undamaged.

I believe that the attacks in June were a test of some sort. Possibly to gauge response time of authorities, etc.

Also, the attacks on the LU in July occured over a four mile stretch, so did the attacks in June.

Thanks for the criticism. Hope this helps...


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