Following yet another act of violence, London commuters were greeted with a message of resiliency from the London Underground staff.

My local tube worker Finsbury Park pic.twitter.com/oDRRHQr7J1

— Charlie Robertson (@RencapMan) June 19, 2017

A photo that has already been retweeted more than a thousand times shows a man wearing a London Underground vest writing on the Finsbury Park station whiteboard: “Tough Times Don’t Last. Tough People Do. Stick Together. All of Us.”

The message comes the morning after a car plowed through a nearby crowd of Muslim worshipers gathered outside a mosque just after midnight on Monday, killing one and injuring 10 more. It is being investigated as an act of terror.


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