London history over 2000 years
All the London railway stations :
The District line is step-free between street and platform, but not between
platform and train. However, there is no step free access between January and
June 2109 due to lift replacement. Check this station using the TFL status
Earls Court is on the District and Piccadilly underground lines, and is accessible to wheelchair users between street level and platforms. There is also change possible between the District and Piccadilly, and ramps are available. See pictures and further accessible transport in London detail from links below.
Underground lines : District, Piccadilly
AccessAble Access Guide :
Accessibility friendly : Partial. District line eastbound towards Paddington or Upminster (A step 127-160mm/gap 0-20mm), westbound towards Kensington (Olympia), Wimbledon or Hammersmith (B step 143-193mm/gap 6-93mm).
General description : Ramps have been installed at this station to allow entrance / exit to trains on the Piccadilly line.
This station serves Earls Court and is an interchange between
the Piccadilly and District lines. The introduction of ramped access to the
ticket hall from Earls Court Road and the installation of lifts mean all the
platforms are step-free from the street.
Recently platform humps have been installed on the Piccadilly line platforms, but to date the publicly available maps do not reflect this with the blue wheelchair logo.
Outside the station there was a good standard of level and continuous pavement. Tactile paving had been introduced at the pedestrian crossing of Warwick Road.
(Piccadilly line only) - There is lift access between street and
platform to the Piccadilly line, and to the District line.
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