Tube travellers reportedly faced two-hour delays in freezing temperatures this morning – with one platform full to the brim amid travel chaos.
There have been severe delays on the Jubilee line throughout this morning (January 17) due to signalling failures and a faulty train at Willesden Green.
While such travel disruptions are a daily occurrence on the London underground, many travelling to work today were left outraged as they were stuck outside in massive crowds during -1C temperatures.
Footage shows the entire platform Southbound platform at Wembley Park stacked with impatient crowds queueing for trains.
Overlooking the platform, there were even more commuters lining up to get onto the platform and recording the spectacle.
Once finally able to get on a train, people were walking down the carriages to fill it up.
Christian David Alonzo, who left at 7am for an early start at work, said he was hours late – finally arriving at 10am.
Another passenger tweeted that the Jubilee line is “hell on Earth”.
Well todays journey to work is absolute hell on earth. Jubilee line suspended at London Bridge, Northern Line is also fucked so getting to work is an actual myth today.
— Kirsty 🎀 (@KirstyLBx) January 17, 2023
The Metropolitan line is also not running between Wembley Park and Aldgate.