Newcastle University experts test 'bomb-proof' train

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Train carriages could be ''bomb-proofed'' to prevent a repeat of the carnage left by the London Underground terrorist attacks.

Engineers from Newcastle University have developed blast-resilient rolling stock after drawing on lessons learned from the 7 July 2005 suicide bombings.

Asad Ahmad reports.

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