London subway bombings remain the most terrifying times for the British people.
The 7 July 2005 London bombings were coordinated suicide missions in Central London.
The attacks targetted public transport systems and the public during the morning rush hour.
The attacks on the morning of Thursday, 7 July 2005 were carried out by four Islamists terrorists who detonated four bombs aboard London underground trains.
All four terrorists died but managed to kill 52 civilians and injured over 700 more in the attacks
The Spectacular Aspect of Kenya Train Attacks as Planned by Al-Shabaab
Al-Shabaab terrorists may be targeting the trains in Kenya. They may opt to either bomb a cargo train to symbolize an attack on the Kenyan economy or bomb a public transport train to score twice.
Train tunnels must be secured and rail bridges kept under surveillance.
The success of terrorists in Kenya may motivate spectacular attacks by young men on a suicide mission.
Firing on the train or setting up a powerful bomb on the railway tunnels or even inside the train during the morning or evening rush hour is highly likely.
Securing the Rail Transport System
This requires a lot of surveillance and consistent monitoring of the rail transport system.
Laxity would result to destruction which may adversely affect the Kenyan economy and even the region since countries like Uganda depend on Kenyan rail to haul cargo.