Andrew Crowe was one reveller trying to join the party at Liverpool Street Station. He managed to take this photo above ground, before making his way to the underground party.
The station concourse at Liverpool Street was not the only place that was crowded - many of the platforms were just as busy as during rush hour. Photo by Helena Fisher.
Rory O'Sullivan and his friend started to party while waiting for the train at the platform.
Once on the underground Andrew Crowe and his friends began to enjoy the party.
James Waugh went to Liverpool Station before midnight and says "the atmosphere was somewhere between a carnival and a football match."
As the night wore on, six London Underground stations were closed and several trains were damaged and withdrawn from service. Picture sent in by Jamillah Knowles.
Louis Harris-Tench joined the party at Notting Hill, where he spotted some walking and talking tube signs.
Stuart McMahon and his friends decided to stay away from the city centre and held a separate "Cockfostering" party from Uxbridge to Cockfosters on the Piccadilly Line.
Cheryl Payne spotted a group of partygoers dressed up as Boris Johnson waiting for a train at Monument station. Send your photos to email@example.com. See terms and conditions on the right.