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Accessible Train stations in London - Abbey Wood

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Abbey Wood is on the South Eastern National Rail network, and is planned to be part of the new Crossrail route under Central London. It is reported to be a fully accessible station for wheelchair accessibility. There are ramps from platforms to the street, which is a necessity to cross platforms. There are also train boarding ramps available on request. See pictures and further accessible transport detail from links below.

National Rail :  National Rail South Eastern

AccessAble Access Guide :

Accessibility friendly : Yes. Abbey Wood is an accessible stations which is step free. Access to both platforms is via a ramp from the street. To cross platforms, it is necessary to exit the station. There are unisex accessible toilet facilities in the concourse, for which a key is available from station staff. There is also a foot bridge crossing the lines, but this has 26 steps.

General description : See wiki

More comment : National Rail Map & Guide - All platforms Step free to both platforms via ramps, train boarding ramps are available on request. There are two disabled parking spaces.

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