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Page last updated at 14:33 GMT, Monday, 2 February 2009
Snow causes chaos across the UK

Couple look at St Paul's Cathedral

Forecasters are warning the snow is going to get worse on Monday evening. Problems could be particularly bad as people who managed to get to work start going home, particularly in south-east England.

Dalek snowman

Send Radio 1 photos of the snow where you are to 81199. Phil and Ali from Coulsdon in south London sent this Dalek snowman.

Snowball fight

The worst snowfall to hit the country in 18 years has caused travel chaos on the roads and railways and has closed many schools. All bus services in London were cancelled, as were dozens of trains.

Pig farm in Upham, Hampshire

James sent this one in of him feeding pigs in Upham, Hampshire.

Scots Guard in London

Snow ploughs and gritters have been out trying to clear roads for the Monday morning commute. Some airport runways were temporarily closed. But the Scots Guard in London made it into work.

Church in Kings Cross

Picturesque church in Kings Cross. Sent in by Tom Moody from Hertfordshire.

Cars with snow on them

Many people across the UK woke up to several inches of snow on their cars and pavements. The last time the UK saw such heavy snowfall was in February 1991. More snow is forecast.

House in Lewes

Josie in Lewes sent in a picture of the snow in Sussex.

Travellers in the snow

Commuters in south-east England faced a difficult journey to work. All London bus services were withdrawn and the London Underground has been badly suspended.

Kingston Upon Thames

James from Kingston Upon Thames couldn't make it to work. Trains and buses are cancelled where he is.

Snowball fight in Parliament Sqaure, London

Hundreds of schools across East Anglia, parts of the West Midlands, Leicestershire and North Yorkshire are closed. Emergency services are warning drivers to be careful on the roads.

Queue for tune in Clapham

Everyone in Clapham, London, must really like their jobs because they're queuing down the high street to get on the tube. Ken from Clapham - now working from home.

Snowman on Salisbury Plain

The 2 Rifles sent this one in from Salisbury Plain. They're training before a summer tour to Afghanistan in August.

Garden in Scotland

This one came with the message, 'No mention of the snow that has hit Scotland?'

Snowman on dumper

Sam and Rob, who are working in Oxford, sent this one through of a snowman on their dumper truck.

Dog on a lead

Claire from East Farleigh in Kent said: "Bring on the snow, it won't stop me working. I am a dog walker and run a 24hr animal ambulance." She's taking Sally for her daily walk.



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