Accessible Train stations in London - Hammersmith

All the London railway stations :

Underground lines : Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Circle, District

I revisited Hammersmith station on 17th March 2023. I was travelling on the District line, which turns out to be an entirely different station to the Circle line. I must have used a lift to exit this station. A lot Naughty, but it is described as a 520 metere journey via street. You have to exit one station, cross a major traffic junction, and enter the other building.
TFL are very short on information about distances needed to travel / walk between a station and its cohort.
I visited Hammersmith station at the western end of the Hammersmith & City and Circle lines, at the junction with District and Piccadilly lines in September 2021. In 2023, it was the same, and a very good station. It is almost entirely step free.

Hammersmith station - in September 2021

Hammersmith station in September 2021

Hammersmith station platform entrance - in September 2021

Hammersmith station platform entrance in September 2021

AccessAble Access Guide :

Accessibility friendly : Partial. Hammersmith & City and Circle lines (A step 180-230mm/gap 0-13mm). District line eastbound towards Earls Court (A step 220mm/gap 33mm), westbound towards Turnham Green (A step 253mm/gap 40mm). Piccadilly line eastbound towards Oakwood (B step 179mm/gap 110mm), westbound towards Acton Town (B step 187mm/gap 102mm). You need to make a 520m journey via street including lifts to change between the Hammersmith & City or Circle lines and the District or Piccadilly lines.

Lift access between street and platform for District and Piccadilly lines.
Level access between street and platform for Hammersmith & City and Circle lines.
Stair-free interchange between Circle and Hammersmith & City line platforms, and District and
Piccadilly line platforms, via level access and lifts. This is a 520 meter interchange via the street.

And Last updated on: Saturday, 18-Mar-2023 10:19:22 GMT