11 people enjoying the #TubeStrike more than you

(Via Twitter @LucyKennedy)

(Via Twitter @LucyKennedy)

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Whilst you toil with thousands jammed on to the District Line, wait forlornly on the Northern Line for a train deep down you know will never come, or get trampled on trying to get a bus, some people were enjoying themselves during this morning’s Tube strike.

(Via Twitter @ElayeMagsAbidde)(Via Twitter @ElayeMagsAbidde)

Check out our gallery of people having a ball this morning here

From those who prepared for hell and were greeted by empty carriages, to the people who took a lovely stroll in the sun, there was plenty of fun to be had amongst the carnage.

And with another three commutes during this strike, and the RMT planning three more days of industrial action this weekend, take at look at these folk and get some inspiration for travelling in style this week.

(Via Twitter @Sam_Book)(Via Twitter @Sam_Book)

For all the latest on the #TubeStrike follow @London24 on Twitter, and to see what lines are running see our handy guide here.

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