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Accessible Train stations in London - Epping


All the London railway stations :

Epping is on the Central underground, and is accessible to wheelchair travellers between street  level and platforms. Note the detail about changing platforms, etc. See pictures and further accessible transport in London detail from links below.

Underground lines : Central

AccessAble Access Guide :

Accessibility friendly : Partial. platform 1 (C step 24mm/gap 186mm), platform 2 (C step 25mm/gap 212mm). You need to use the correct entrance/exit depending on which platform you are travelling from/to, as you cannot change between platforms within station � you need to make a 450m journey via street to change between platforms 1 and 2. Use Station Road entrance to get to/from platform 2 � this route goes via ticket hall.
When travelling to Epping, ask station staff at your starting station if your train can be routed to arrive at platform 2 � this is often, but not always, possible.

You need to use the correct entrance/exit depending on which platform you are travelling from/to.
Use Station Road entrance for level access to platform 2. If you arrive at platform 1, use Hillcrest Way
exit � this is locked at all times, so please use Help point to ask staff to unlock gate.

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