Pals of the three graffiti artists who were killed painted a huge tribute mural – on the side of train

Pals of the three graffiti artists who were killed by a train painted a huge tribute mural to the trio – on the side of a train.

Commuters boarded a Tube with a ten foot graffiti tribute to the ‘Three Musketeers’ on Thursday morning.

The colourful mural was spotted on a Victoria line train that runs from Brixton to Walthamstow Central.

Jack Gilbert, 23, Alberto Fresneda Carrasco, 19, and Harrison Scott-Hood, also 23, were found on train tracks near Loughborough Junction in south London on Monday.

They were last spotted on Sunday evening in Brixton and are believed to have walked up the tracks with spray paint to graffiti along the line.

Police say they have identified the out-of-service passenger train that hit them at around 1am.

The tube graffiti featured a panel with the three men’s graffiti tags: ‘Lover’, ‘K-Bag’ and ‘Trip’.


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