London history over 2000 years

London history over 2000 years

Accessible Train stations in London - Chalfont & Latimer

All the London railway stations :

Chalfont & Latimer is on the Metropolitan Underground line, and is partially accessible to wheelchair users with important detail below to gain access to platforms. See pictures and further accessible transport in London detail from links below.

Underground lines : Metropolitan

AccessAble Access Guide :

Accessibility friendly : Partial. Northbound platform 1 towards Amersham and Chesham (A step 220mm/gap 40mm) and southbound platform 2 towards Liverpool Street (A step 220mm/gap 20mm). You need to use correct entrance/exit depending on which platform you are travelling from/to, as you cannot change between all platforms within station � you need to make a 360m journey via street to change between northbound platform 1 and southbound platform 2. Use Bedford Avenue entrance to get to/from southbound platform 2 � this route goes via ticket hall. Use Station Approach entrance to get to/from northbound platform 1 � this route does not go via ticket hall and is for ticket holders only; it is only unlocked between 0515 and 2000 Mon to Sat and 1545 to 1900 on Sun, so use intercom to ask staff to unlock gate at other times.

New, more accessible trains are currently being introduced on the Metropolitan line. The step and gap onto the train will vary. If you require level access onto the train, you will need to board a new train.

You need to use the correct entrance/exit depending on which platform you are travelling from/to
Use Station Approach entrance for level access between street and northbound platform only
towards Chesham. This entrance is open from 0515 until 2000 Mondays to Saturdays, and 1545 until
1900 Sundays. At all other times use intercom at Station Approach entrance to ask staff to unlock the
gate. The Station Approach entrance is for ticket holders only.
Use Bedford Avenue entrance for level access between street and southbound platform only
towards Liverpool Street.
Level access interchange between northbound and southbound platforms is via the street only
(approximately 360 metres).

General description : See wiki

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