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‘We’re going to walk 25km’: London tourists bemused by rail strikes

Thousands of people visiting the capital are forced to change their plans as they struggle to get around

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Chris Hwa could not believe his luck when he logged on to buy tickets for the Harry Potter theme park. “I thought it was my lucky day – there were so many tickets. Then I realised what was happening,” he said.

Hwa, who had flown from his home in Los Angeles to visit his sister in St John’s Wood, north London, became one of thousands of tourists caught up in the biggest rail strikes for three decades.

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