Commuters were faced with misery at Harrow-on-the-Hill during morning rush hour on Thursday September 28 after ALL Metropolitan Line trains were cancelled from the station.
A sign at Harrow-on-the-Hill, time stamped 5.15am, read: "Service suspended until further notice.
"Mains point failure."
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Disruption has cleared after nearly 6 hours
TfL "working hard" to fix delays
A Transport for London statement said:
“We are working hard to get trains back on schedule.
“Please allow extra time to travel or use alternatives routes where possible.”
TfL issue apology for the delays
Services to resume as track work completed
Harrow-on-the-Hill has reopened 4 hours after the announcement.
Buses 'packed like sardines' as commuters forced to take other routes to work
One commuter, Tom, told getwestlondon how other services were affected by the delays. He said:
“I’ll be very late.
“I couldn’t get an Uber as the surge prices were very expensive with everyone frantically trying to hail a ride outside the station.
“My bus is packed like sardines trying to get to alternative stations.”
Commuters were left 'stranded'
Commuters faced this sign at Harrow-on-the-Hill
Metropolitan Line is suspended
There is no service running between Wembley Park and Rayners Lane: