A deluge of rain submerged roads and train lines this morning (Monday, July 28) forcing stations in Ruislip to shut during rush hour.
After floods blocked Station Approach in South Ruislip, Transport for London decided to close South Ruislip station leaving commuters no choice but to travel to west Ruislip or Ruislip Gardens to pick up the Central line into town.
The Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines were closed between Ruislip and Rayners Lane after tracks disappeared under the flood water.
Ruislip Manor, Ruislip and Eastcote stations closed for a period while the floods were dealt with by engineers.
But TfL has confirmed to getwestlondon that all stations that were forced to close earlier have now re-opened.
The Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines are back up and running again according to TfL, other than the planned closure between Ruislip and Uxbridge, which remains in place until August 11.
The flash flooding caused chaos on roads across the borough too and we have been inundated with photos from readers, some of whom were stranded in cars and homes because of the torrential downpour.
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