Commuters in London faced long delays and massive crowds on their way in to work this morning.

Long queues began forming at bus stops before dawn as travellers sought alternative means of transport. Many people took advantage of the free river service.

If you took any photos of crowded tube stations, packed trains or long bus stop queues, please email them to d.sim@ibtimes.co.uk and we'll feature the best in a picture gallery.

markvauxhall
@markvauxhall photographed crowds of commuters waiting to be allowed onto trains at Waterloo station@markvauxhall
ColinHartUK
The crowds waiting to be let in to Waterloo station were also photographed by @ColinHartUK@ColinHartUK
lucytobin
Lucy Tobin, who works at the Evening Standard, tweeted this photo of the crowded platforms at Earls Court@lucytobin
KatSoli
@Kat_Soli tweeted this picture of a packed King's Cross station@Kat_Soli
Dominic Gover
This photo of crowds at Stratford station by taken by IBTimesUK's Dominic GoverDominic Gover
davidsim
Some commuters - like IBTimesUK's picture editor David Sim - enjoyed the tube strike, going to work by boat...@davidsim
marc
...while our social media editor Marc Vargas enjoyed feeling like a tourist for the dayMarc Vargas
funny2
Many Londoners decided to see humour in the strike. The picture, supposedly showing a London Underground status board at Stratford, was retweeted many times
funny1
This photo was retweeted by lots of frustrated commuters

If you took any photos of crowded tube stations, packed trains or long bus stop queues, please email them to d.sim@ibtimes.co.uk and we'll feature the best in a picture gallery.