Commuters have been left stranded at Euston station
The weather bomb has brought violent 90-mph winds sweeping through the UK, closing roads and cancelling countless flights.
The UK's rail network also fell victim to the hurricane-like winds, with services cancelled at short notice and commuters up and down the country struggling to get home.
At least two of London's busiest stations have been forced to suspend services in and out of the terminals, after fallen tress blocked the tracks.
A Network Rail spokesperson said: "Storm Doris has caused significant disruption throughout the country. We are doing all we can to keep the network running.
“We have extra teams on the ground at various locations across the country to deal with any disruption, as well as imposing speed restrictions across large parts of the country for safety reasons."
“We advise passengers to check with their train operator before travelling.”
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Euston Station update
Passengers hoping to travel from Euston to Manchester Picadilly have reportedly been told to return tomorrow.
Virgin Trains has suspended all services across its entire network until at least 5pm.
Virgin passengers can currently use their tickets on London Midland, CrossCountry, TransPennine Express and Arriva Trains Wales via any reasonable route.
London Midland is also advising passengers not to travel today if possible, adding that tickets will be valid for travel tomorrow.
Londoner Matt Holmes, 34, was trying to travel home from Birmingham but has been forced to book a hotel for the night.
He told the Express: “I was at Birmingham International train station for over an hour and didn't see a single train.
"Delays began at 11.30. They were tweeting delays at first, then only three services running each hour, then in the last hour or two "do not travel"
“I’m in a budget Ibis now.”
Commuters at King's Cross Station in London wait for information
A man has also been injured by storm debris at Victoria station.
Emergency services rushed to the scene in Cardinal Place shopping centre, opposite the main station, where a new entrance to the Tube opened a month ago.
Pictures showed an ambulance, two fire engines and a police van, as well as dozens of firefighters, police and paramedics attending the scene.
There will be no direct Thameslink service to Brighton from London Bridge until at least 6pm.
Passengers are advised to travel to Est Croydon and seek an alternative route from there.