All the London railway stations :
Ealing Broadway is on the District and Central underground lines, and is now step free.
Step-free access stations have lifts or ramps - or a combination of both -
so that customers don't have to use escalators or stairs to move between the street and the platform.
May 2021 - The new ticket hall at Ealing Broadway station opened for customers today with new lifts enabling step-free journeys on TfL Rail, London Underground (District and Central lines) and Great Western Railway.
The station is staffed at all times while trains are running with ramps available for those that need them to board trains.
Underground lines : Central, District
Accessibility friendly :
Ealing Broadway, which originally opened in 1879, is also served by the District and Central lines on the London Underground.
The new lifts enable step-free journeys, improving accessibility for those needing to travel to stations between Paddington, Heathrow and Reading.
Staff are on hand to assist anyone needing a manual boarding ramp to get on or off the Central line, TfL Rail or Great Western Railway trains at the platforms, and all London Underground and TfL Rail stations operate a turn-up-and-go service for customers needing assistance.
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