Thousands of passengers were transferred from Victoria station after “safety signals”.
An alarm and an emergency signal where businessmen are called to leave the stations activated around 18:00 at night.
British traffic police said the transfer was triggered by a “security alert”, considered a suspect package.
They called, “The officer is responsible for the Victorian security warning, the police are present, more information when we understand it.”
Video streams on stations and social media bring in automatic reminders that require residents to leave the station.
And the photos show large distributors, who were in part drunk or eaten out of season.
National car services continue to disrupt this service point, but the subway station will only continue.
Business travelers are surprised to bring social networks to portray the scene and encourage others to stay away.
Twitter users say, “You just transferred from Victoria Station everywhere! What happened?”
Others said, “Do not go to Victoria Station, there is a warning alarm, it has been moved!”
Victoria railway station
Traffic from London said: “The Victoria railway station is closed by security warning.
“Southern Rail, South East Railway and Gatwick Express have been suspended.
“Ticket acceptance is available at the London Underground.”
Police killed the incident at 6:30 am, about 30 minutes after the transfer began.