Commuters face a rush hour "smell" this morning thanks to a sewage flood at London Euston which has shut the Overground to Kilburn High Road.
National Rail has taken to Twitter to warn passengers and train-goers that the leak will disrupt journeys until 8.45am on Tuesday (August 8).
People are being advised that tickets are being accepted on Chiltern Railways, London Midland, London Underground, Thameslink and Southern Rail.
And ticket acceptance has been requested for London Buses.
The London Overground has also warned passengers on Twitter, writing: "No service between Kilburn High Road and Euston due to a sewage flood at Euston. Good service on other routes."
Network Rail has said that staff are on currently on site working to resolve the issue.
Irate passengers and commuters have also taken to social media, with Tor writing: "#trains - sewage flood at Euston, shuts tube. Smelly."
The leak is affecting platforms eight and nine.
There is no service between the two stations.
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