Chaos as Jubilee Line goes down at Canary Wharf
There were scenes of chaos at Canary Wharf Tube station last night after severe delays hit the Jubilee line.
Commuters swarmed round the station as the delays and cancellations rendered the line unusable, following a fault with a train at Neasden.
According to the Evening Standard, the delays began at lunchtime after the faulty train was reported.
The Jubilee Line was then closed between Stanmore and Willesden Green, resulting in a knock-on effect on the rest of the network.
Unimpressed and distressed commuters published their outrage on Twitter.
Twitter user Mike Wright (@MikeJGWright) said it was “unadulterated commuter hell”.
Canary Wharf #JubileeLinestatus update. Still stuck at ‘unadulterated commuter hell’. pic.twitter.com/bd4D8qUJIQ
— Mike Wright (@MikeJGWright) April 13, 2015
London’s not all sunshine, roses and bascule bridges. This was Canary Wharf Stn after the tube was part-suspended. pic.twitter.com/sduvQsXB5x
— Kieran Mc (@kjmci) April 13, 2015
— Eoin Tyrrell (@EoinTyrrell) April 13, 2015
#tfl#failurepeople can’t make home after work. #jubileeline#canarywharfstation is closed. Happy Monday! pic.twitter.com/EgugRlM796
— Vilma Vaiciule (@vilmajar) April 13, 2015
Credit to the busker at Canary Wharf Jubilee line who is playing The Kinks: Tired of waiting for you. #severedelayspic.twitter.com/puAkgicOnm
— Michael Greenwood (@greenwood100) April 13, 2015
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