Tube strike: largest walkout in 13 years causes severe disruption in London
Commuters face difficult trips to work as a result of strike on London Underground, with rail and bus services reported to be full before 6am
Londoners have had to deal with severe disruption to their morning commute during the biggest strike on the London Underground for 13 years.
Commuters faced lengthy and difficult trips to work on Thursday after the 24-hour industrial action, which began at 6.30pm on Wednesday, forced the entire tube network to close for the first time since 2002.
Absolute carnage on 113 bus. Driver refuses to drive as bus is too packed! Police was called and they just arrived! #tubestrike
Every bus on my road went straight by the bus stop this morning. All I could say was faces pressed against the bus windows. #tubestrikes
It’s zombie apocalypse time in London as people head into the sun and have no idea where they are going #tubestrikes
If i knew there was going to be photographers at Victoria this morning i’d have worn a nicer t-shirt, done my hair etc #tubestrikes
Source: Guardian Transport