London Underground is consulting on proposals to close 10 ticket offices in stations in west London.

A consultation period has been set up in order for rail users to comment on how they could be affected, so make sure your voice is heard.

A total of 10 tickets offices are set to close as part of the proposals including, Harlesden , Harrow & Wealdstone, Kensal Green , Kenton , Kew Gardens, North Wembley , Queen's Park, South Kenton, Stonebridge Park, Wembley Central and Gunnersbury Station in Hounslow.

The proposals highlight that the ticket offices will be scrapped, with new improved ticket machines being installed as a replacement.

Rail union RMT have already voiced their concerns regarding the closures, and want passengers to join them in a campaign to save them.

RMT activists and supporters will be leafleting passengers at several locations including Queen's Park, Wembley Central, and Harrow and Wealdstone during the morning rush hour from Monday January 18.

A demonstration is also planned at Queen's Park from 7.30am on Wednesday January 20.

The unions claims that if the ticket offices close, passengers would find it harder to get advice on travel and would not be able to see the full range of tickets on offer.

They also state that passengers would be vulnerable if they were less technically minded and less staff may mean that it would be harder to maintain a safe network.

RMT General Secretary Mick Cash said: “RMT is opposed to these cash-driven, ticket office closures across a swathe of north London which we believe will lead to passengers getting ripped off and which will create a criminals’ paradise as stations are left understaffed and unstaffed in the drive to meet Government spending targets.

“RMT is launching a campaign to harness public opposition to this latest blast of ticket office closures and we are asking the public to stand with their staff and to register their formal opposition on the London Travel Watch website.”

Rail users are encouraged to voice their comments and concerns, by emailing, with ‘London Underground ticket office changes’ in the subject line.

The consultation process closes on Wednesday January 27.