London history over 2000 years
Address : Station Parade, Barking IG11
All the London railway stations :
Barking station in February 2019
Barking is an accessible station with lift access to the platforms from the main concourse. The Underground lines and the C2C all stop at West Ham station which is a major terminal for interchange onto the excellent DLR lines to Stratford. Boarding ramps onto trains are available on all platforms. See pictures and further accessible transport detail from links below.
Underground lines : District, Hammersmith & City, C2C to Fenchurch Street, London Overground (Gospel Oak to Barking)
AccessAble Access Guide :
Accessibility friendly : Partial. (National Rail - TFL) District line eastbound towards Upminster (A step 173mm/gap 27mm), westbound towards Earl’s Court (A step 183mm/ gap 13mm). Hammersmith & City line (A step 243mm/gap 30mm).
There is Lift access between street and platform, including London Overground and National Rail services
General description : See wiki
More comment :
National Rail Map & Guide, there are ramps and lifts at this station.
London pub history directory.