I spend many hours personally visiting the rail stations in London, and recording the stairs and elevators, plus lifts.
There are a number of indexes of TFL Rail stations listed, plus the Uber Boats. These detail individual detail of whether a station is accessible for someone in a wheelchair. I then try to give more detail to the number of stairs allowing access to a station.
It is important to note that I am not wheelchair bound at present, I can walk sometimes.
But just because a station is step free does not always make this station accessible to me, e.g. the one mile hike between the new and old stations currently both called Liverpool street. Ridiculous.
|TFL operated Lines include|
|Elizabeth Line is brilliant, and very accessible. But NO toilets.|
|London Tramlink is also brilliant, and very accessible.|
|DLR, which is very accessible|
|Hammersmith & City|
The TFL London stations included in TFL zones are linked to :
London Overground :
National Rail operators and Lines :
National Rail Greater Anglia
National Rail Southern
National Rail South Eastern
National Rail South Western
The IFS Cloud Cable car has its own pay structure to fly aboard :
IFS Cloud Cable car - formerly the Emirates Cable car. Different sponsor, still very accessible.
Uber Thames Clippers have their own pay structure to use, and are separate from TFL, I believe.
Most Uber Thames Clippers Piers are accessible (excluding Wandsworth Riverside, Cadogan West and London Bridge). All have an accessible toilet on board.
The slope from the Thames Clippers on the pier, and back to land can be long and quite steep. Some people may struggle with the distance and gradient.
Ticket information : The Roamer tickets are the best buys, and include half-price discounted travel for those with Freedom and London60 passes.