People walk through the Canary Wharf financial district of London, Britain. File photo/Reuters
London’s Canary Wharf and Canada Water underground train stations were closed on Friday when a faulty fan left dust on the platforms, the city's transport operator said.
British transport police said the incident was not a security or police matter.
“It appears a fan in the tunnel has malfunctioned, leading to excess dust in the platform,” a spokesman for Transport for London said.
Transport for London (TfL) confirmed a Chiltern Railways service stopped a few metres in front of a Tube train at Chalfont & Latimer station, in Buckinghamshire, on Sunday night. An image from the scene shows the two trains just metres apart on the Metropolitan line.
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