By Alice Evans & Clifford Thompson
In its 124-year history there had never been mass loss of life in a fire on the London Underground. But on 18 November 1987 that would change, as a flashover - a sudden and rapid spread of fire caused by smoke or fumes igniting - claimed the lives of 31 people at King's Cross. Some of those who survived have been recalling the events of that night.
Daemonn Brody, who had moved to London five days earlier to start a new job, was on his way to see the Regent Street Christmas lights.
As the self-confessed "computer geek" waited for a Victoria Line train at King's Cross Tube station, he realised passengers were being evacuated.
He joined them, heading up an escalator back into the ticket hall from the underground platform.
"There were a lot of people running about, and there was definitely commotion," he said.
"A police officer was shouting: 'Get out, get out'. It was really turning panicky."