Tube bosses have revealed the full extent of disruption to London Underground services if next week's national rail strike goes ahead.
Parts of the Bakerloo and District lines and the entire Waterloo & City line will be paralysed.
Most of the London Overground network will also be at a standstill apart from a limited service between Dalston Junction and New Cross.
Commuters using Underground, DLR and tram services are warned to expect queues and delays.
Transport for London says roadworks will be suspended where possible but drivers could face gridlock on some routes.
An extra 100 buses will run, mainly in south London and national rail tickets will be valid on some tube and bus routes.
Bakerloo Line trains are unlikely to run north of Queens Park while the District Line will have no service between Wimbledon and Putney Bridge and between Turnham Green and Richmond.