Normal, wooden faces poked in newspapers, staring vacantly into the distance or gazing out the window as if there were luscious green fields rather than the dark brick nothingness of the underground.
There is nothing to betray anything but trust for that metallic earthworm safely taking them to their destination. Faces mashed together in an uneventful blur of striking predictability.
Just another casual everyday occurence...
17 OCTOBER, 1995 - Paris metro bombing during the height of the evening rush hour
11 MARCH, 2004 - Madrid metro bombings
7 JULY, 2005 - London bombings - a series of co-ordinated suicide attacks on London's public transport systems
29 MARCH, 2010 - Below are pictures from the suicide attack on the Moscow Metro during the morning rush hour that broke the predictability. 39 people were killed. "People were yelling like hell," said one eye-witness. "There was a lot of smoke and within about two minutes everything was covered in smoke."