London rail passengers were left queuing round the block for a second day running as rail strikes continued to cause travel disruption.
Members of the RMT union on South Western Railway have launched a five-day walkout in a bitter dispute over guards on trains, causing misery for tens of thousands of travellers.
Local MP Justine Greening was among those outside the station, tweeting:
There were also chaotic scenes at stations on Tuesday, including Surbiton in south-west London, where passengers formed a huge queue just to get into the station.
Some passengers at Surbiton said they were told to return hours later on Tuesday because so many people were trying to get into the station. Passengers between Egham and Staines then faced further delays because of a swan on the railway line.
RMT general secretary Mick Cash, who joined a picket line at Waterloo on Tuesday, said union members were "solidly supporting" the strike.
Buses will again replace trains on some routes today, with up to half of SWR's services affected by the industrial action.