Workers Strike Brings Halt To London’s Underground

A strike, bringing London's underground to a screeching halt and creating this nightmare for commuters.

Angry over pay and scheduling, city subway workers walked off the job.

And left almost three-million commuters without a way to work.

So, PLAN B, instead, people walked, took buses or rode bikes around London.

Crews blocked off entrances to the world's oldest underground train service, Wednesday night, during rush hour traffic.

Leaving many riders beyond frustrated.

“A small journey that should have taken an hour taken two hours. It was chaos, throwing bags and swinging elbows.”

Train service and worker negotiations will pick back up on Friday.

But if an agreement isn't made, the underground could shut down again.