London history over 2000 years

London history over 2000 years

Accessible Train stations in London - Acton Town

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Acton Town is on the District and Piccadilly underground lines. There is lift access from the platforms to the street. The biggest difficulty is the large steps and gaps onto the trains as noted below. See pictures and further accessible transport detail from links below.

Underground lines : District, Piccadilly

AccessAble Access Guide :

Accessibility friendly : Acton Town is a partial accessible train station. The District line eastbound towards Upminster has a train step of 217mm and gap of 80mm), westbound towards Ealing Broadway has a train step of 300mm and gap of 103mm. The Piccadilly line eastbound towards Oakwood has a train step of 143-197 mm and a gap of 125-156mm, westbound towards Uxbridge or Heathrow has a train step of 127-141mm and a gap of 76-168mm.

There is Lift access between street and platform.

General description : Some access, but steps and gaps make this a difficult station.  See wiki

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