THESE are the July 7 suicide bombers – days before they committed mass murder.
Former Huddersfield student Jermaine Lindsay is pictured (front) with Mohammed Siddique Khan (left) and Tanweer Hussain at Kings Cross station planning for their final journey.
Nine days after these images were captured the three were dead, along with dozens of victims.
Lindsay, a former Rawthorpe High School student, detonated his rucksack bomb, killing 26 passengers on a Piccadilly Line train at Russell Square.
Khan, who lived in Thornhill Lees, detonated his device on a Circle Line train shortly after it left Edgware Road station, killing six of his fellow passengers.
Tanweer exploded his bomb near Aldgate, killing seven others.
The fourth bomber Hasib Hussain, of Leeds, detonated a bomb and caused chaos and mass murder on a Number 30 bus in Tavistock Square.
The images were revealed – along with CCTV film of the moments two of the bombs went off – at a court yesterday.
The films were shown at the trial of Waheed Ali, 24, from Tower Hamlets, East London, Mohammed Shakil, 31, and Sadeer Saleem, 27, both from Beeston, Leeds, who are accused of conspiring with Khan, Tanweer, Lindsay, Hussain and others unknown to cause explosions between November 17, 2004, and July 8, 2005.
All three are alleged to have carried out a previous two-day reconnaissance mission in the capital on December 16 and 17, 2004, with Hussain and Lindsay. The defendants deny the charge.
The court was told Khan and Tanweer travelled from Leeds and met Lindsay, who was living in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, at 8.10am at Luton railway station on the morning of June 28 – a similar time to the bombings nine days later.
Footage showed the group entering the station and making their way to a platform where they caught a Thameslink train to Kings Cross.
Khan is wearing a grey T-shirt and beige baseball cap and has a blue Berghaus rucksack on his back.
Tanweer is wearing light-coloured trousers and a dark-coloured Puma T-shirt. Lindsay, dressed all in black, including a cap, is seen wearing a rucksack on his back and carrying a plastic bag.
After arriving at Kings Cross, CCTV cameras pick up the trio disappearing into the underground network toward the Hammersmith and City tube line. They are then seen emerging at Embankment, where a close-up shot captures them chatting on some stairs.
The jury was shown clips which showed the group at South Kensington then Baker Street before heading back to Luton via Kings Cross at about 1pm.
Further footage from the reception of the British Medical Association building in Tavistock Square, where 13 bus passengers were killed, was also shown.
Huddersfield doctor Mohib Khan was at the centre of the frantic life-saving efforts – and said the sights he saw that day would stay with him forever.
The specialist in urology at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary was in a meeting at the BMA when the bomb was detonated.
He later won the Courage Award at the Examiner Community Awards in 2005.