Alternative London map tells you how long it will take to walk between stations
The Metro says IF YOU LIVE in London or have to travel to London at any point over the next few days, it’s not likely to be the best week you’ve ever had.
Travel misery began this morning as emergency train timetables were put in place ahead of what is set to be the biggest rail strike in modern history.
The strikes are scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday and Saturday, with the London Underground also affected tomorrow and a knock-on impact expected across the other days of the week.
Entire lines will be closed tomorrow when Network Rail staff are joined by workers from 13 different operators in a mass walkout.
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