Commuters are going through journey misery for the second day operating after dangerous weather halted services again.
Heavy rain and flooding on the railways have affected services out and in of London, with Southern Rail clients being urged to think about different routes.
It comes after passengers have been hit by extreme delays and advised to not journey on Tuesday morning after almost one month’s value of rain fell within the South East in a single day.
Southern Rail have been pressured to cancel services on a number of routes on the community, with journey chaos lasting many of the day.
At present, the transport operator warned services between Clapham Junction and Milton Keynes have been suspended “due to heavy rain and flooding”.
The disruption was prone to final till 12pm, it added.
There may be additionally a fault with the signalling system between Beckenham Junction and Birkbeck, Southern added, that means no trains are capable of name at Beckenham Junction.
Annoyed clients vented concerning the delays, as one traveller replied to Southern Rail to say: “Not surprising really”.
Tom Hayward unhappy: “Where is the flooding on the line that mean you have to suspend ALL west London line trains between Croydon and Milton Keynes.”
The Met Workplace have warned extra rain is predicted to hit the capital at the moment and Thursday, with “heavy and perhaps thundery rain” forecasted.