Travellers are facing disruption this morning as a power outrage affects train lines.

Part of the DLR is suspended between Poplar and Canary Wharf due to a local power failure. 

This follows just days after much of East London was left with no power or water and left the DLR out of use for hours. 

However, Transport for London has said that there is currently good service on all other DLR routes. 

Plus the Circle is suspended due to signal failures in the Sloane Square area.

Elsewhere the District Line is partly suspended with no service between Earl's Court and South Kensington which is seeing minor delays on the rest of the line.

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This is also due to the signal failures in the Sloane Square area, but tickets are being accepted on London buses.

Also, parts of the Northern line are suspended with no service between Kennington and Battersea Power Station due to work to fix tunnel ventilation. 

Plus, the line remains closed between Moorgate and Kennington as major upgrade work takes place. 

But you can take the London Bus Route 733 which operates between Moorgate and Oval via Bank, London Bridge, Borough, Elephant & Castle, and Kennington.

Elsewhere on National Rail, there are a few trains that are delayed affecting commuters. 

Including Southeastern, Scotrail, and London North Eastern Railway, all with minor delays.

To get the latest updates for the London Underground or TFL networks you can download the TFL app or find out via the website.