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# tube - Monday 4 June, 2012

Free WiFi for London's Tube stations but DART's is coming soon

London Tube stations to get free Wi-Fi but ours is coming soon, so says Irish Rail.

# tube - Thursday 24 May, 2012

From The42 Olympic fears as hundreds stranded on London Tube Mind The Gap

Olympic fears as hundreds stranded on London Tube

Some 770 people had to get off their trains and walk through the tunnels yesterday evening because of troubles on the Jubilee Line.

# tube - Thursday 26 April, 2012

Disruption on London Tube 'not caused by tunnel collapse'

The Bakerloo line service from north to south London had been partially suspended due an obstruction on the line.

# tube - Wednesday 22 February, 2012

In pictures: London's terrorism attack exercise ahead of Olympics Games Test Drill This post contains images

In pictures: London's terrorism attack exercise ahead of Olympics Games

A mock rail attack was staged at a disused station in London earlier today.

# tube - Friday 13 August, 2010

A RUNAWAY TRAIN in London this morning only narrow missed colliding with a passenger train, the Telegraph reports.

An engineering train became uncoupled as it was being towed on the Northern Line for maintenance work, and travelled for 13 minutes through six stations before coming to a halt.

Passenger trains were diverted from the train’s route on the Northern Line but rail authorities said a collision was “only narrowly avoided”.

The incident occurred just before 7am and caused disruptions on the Tube network this morning.

London Underground (LU) has launched an investigation and suspended the use of all engineering trains of the same type as the one involved this morning.

An estimated 3 million people take the Tube every day around London.