Passengers at a Tube station in Buckinghamshire shared their thoughts ahead of planned industrial action.

The mood at the last station on the Metropolitan Line in Chesham was calm a week before the planned strike action in early October.

However, some passengers were concerned about how they or their loved ones can travel during the London Underground strike on Wednesday, October 4 and Friday October 6.

The strike action has been called by the RMT union over job losses and safety concerns, such as the loss of station staff.

Kay Cullen, 70, alighted the Tube at Chesham with her dog to visit her brother - something she does every Wednesday.

Bucks Free Press: Kay visits her brother in Chesham every single week Kay visits her brother in Chesham every single week (Image: Newsquest)

Chesham-born Kay said she wasn’t sure “how I will travel next week” if the strike goes ahead.

She said she wasn’t sure how her daughter in London who cannot work from home was going to get to work.

She said she could “understand” the strikers’ concerns over loss of station staff.

Taking a bus wasn’t always possible because of her dog because "they only allow one dog per bus and how are you going to know if there’s already a dog beforehand.”

Bucks Free Press: Chesham Underground station Chesham Underground station (Image: Newsquest)

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She lamented the loss of the bus 71, which offered a better connection from Little Chalfont.

“Now it takes me about one hour to travel that distance and I have to change in Amersham. There aren’t enough buses," she explained. 

Tube passenger Alan Power, 69, from Chesham, was on his way to a mid-week wedding.

“I’m not a commuter, so I won’t be affected that much,” he said.

Bucks Free Press: Alan had a few minutes to chat before catching the Tube to a weddingAlan had a few minutes to chat before catching the Tube to a wedding (Image: Newsquest)

In the past whenever there were issues at the Chesham station and he had to travel, he “found a way around” by travelling to another station nearby such as Hemel Hempstead.

A woman, who did not want to be identified, said her daughter had just started a three-week long course in Chesham. 

She was uncertain how she would travel to Chesham from South West London during the Tube strikes, which are expected to "severely" affect the Tube network, including the Metropolitan Line, Transport for London warned. 

Most trains will be severely affected or not run at all on the strike days, and the services will be disrupted until 8am the following morning.