A London tube strike has caused travel chaos for millions of commuters.
Crowds packed pavements and a railway station was evacuated because of overcrowding.
The 24-hour strike has ended, after staff walked out at 6pm (GMT) on Sunday in a dispute over job cuts and ticket office closures.
During Monday's strike, 114 stations closed while 75 had trains running through, but not stopping.
Clapham Junction station was evacuated because of overcrowding.
Transport for London (TfL) said delays would "get worse before they get better", but normal service was expected on Tuesday.
Although trains were now operating on 10 of its 11 Tube lines, most stations that managed to open on Monday would close by 7pm London time.
TfL said 69 percent of stations remained open across the network.
Long delays remain on many roads into central London.