The London underground has been brought to a standstill today after thousands of members of staff walked out in a dispute over working conditions and pay.
Staff went on strike last night and are not due to return to work until this evening.
There are no services on any tube lines, and commuters are also facing disruption to First Great Western rail services in a separate industrial dispute.
Workers in London have had to find alternative routes to work this morning.
Like getting the bus.
Which resulted in pretty big queues at every stop.
There were queues everywhere, to be honest.
Prompting inevitable comparisons and jokes.
Some considered alternative forms of transport.
There was some help at hand, like these old-school buses.
Although some got a bit too carried away.
A few people struggled with how to conduct themselves without the underground.
Some set new records for getting into the office despite the strike.
And others didn't.
A lot of people decided to have a go at the whole walking-to-work thing.
And thankfully the weather was rather lovely.
Which was lucky, because, as always, people had lots to say.
This post has been updated to clarify that the industrial action is over pay and working conditions, not just pay.