Massive queues have formed outside Canary Wharf Tube station as people try to get home without the Docklands Light Railway.

The DLR drew to a complete standstill from Tuesday, November 3 and is expected to remain closed until Thursday, November 5 due to a 48-hour walkout.

The station is experiencing mass overcrowding as more Jubilee line commuters than normal try to make their way home.

Also online: How to get around east London during the DLR strike

The industrial action comes after staff and DLR-operator Keolis Amey Docklands came to blows over alleged bullying and poor working conditions.

People took to Twitter to voice their annoyance:

@ACHOOGIRL said: “Not convinced the efforts to control crowds at #canarywharf or #LondonBridge have achieved anything except chaos and confusion.”

@josephine1060 said: “Don’t we love Canary Wharf - stuck as soon as one mode of transport not work-great infrastructure planning. More office - where is transport.”

@javelinsam said: “You know the #jubileeline is bad when you decide it’s better to go back to the office than try and get in the station #canarywharf.”

Getting into the station could be even worse tomorrow due to a reduced escalator service at the station.

Jubilee Line tweeted earlier: “Canary Wharf: Reduced escalator service from Wed 4 Nov until early May ’16 – planned works. For @jubileeline use alternative escalators.”

You may find some handy tips for how to get out of Canary Wharf here .