London’s transport problems show no signs of ending soon on Wednesday, October 7, after earlier signal failures have caused severe delays on tube lines around the city.

Kings Cross station was closed earlier this morning due to overcrowding while eyewitnesses spoke of vast queues of people trying to get to work.

Anna Christian tweeted: “Don’t go to #MileEnd. Save yourselves! #TFL”

The roundup from TfL looked like this at 9.30am:

District line

Severe delays between Tower Hill and Upminster only, due to earlier signal failures at Aldgate East and Stepney Green.

Hammersmith and City Line

Minor delays because of an earlier signal failure at Baker Street.

District line

Severe delays because of earlier signal failures at Aldgate East and Stepney Green.

Circle line

Severe delays due to an earlier signal failure at Baker Street.

Metropolitan line

A good service has resumed on the line.