- The Bakerloo Line was suffering delays due to a person taken ill at Maida Vale
- The Circle Line was suspended Westbound from Paddington owing to an earlier signal Failure
- The District Line was also suffering minor delays for some unexplained reason (but, I'm guessing to do with the Circle Line's woes given that they seem to share the same track in a lot of the place, though why A Circle can be suspended on a track and a District not on the same track is beyond me - TfL logic, I guess, though if John would care to explain I'd honestly be very interested)
That's one hell of a journey as far as Tube Bingo is concerned, as you can plainly see!
A total of five minutes' delay this morning, gained entirely on the train journey to Waterloo, and due to "slippery rail conditions" again. I wonder if this will become the favoured excuse this winter? It's even quite mild today, and only a little rainy. Wouldn't have thought that was anything out of the ordinary for an overground train in the UK, but apparently planning for weather wasn't part of the system's construction. Shame, really.
That's just £12.50 for now, but I expect it'll rise on the journey home tonight!
In other news, look forward to a 24-hour strike this Friday. I wonder if you'll all be given full refunds for the day's travel (I'll be working from home)? That would seem fair, so I doubt it.