Greedy rail firms too tight to put on more trains to cope with the jubilee rush left children in tears on platforms on Sunday.
Travellers took to Twitter to compain that privateers still put on a Sunday service despite the predictable increase in passengers.
Emma Bradley tweeted: "SW Trains really should have thought this through. Children literally crying cos can't get on the train at Norbiton, New Malden etc."
And J Peak said: "London Midland Epic fail! If Jubilee Sunday is sign of how you'll run the Olympic service you deserve to lose the franchise."
Greater Anglia, South Eastern and First Capital Connect also attracted criticism.
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