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Accessible Train stations in London - High Barnet

High Barnet station

High Barnet station

I visited High Barnet on the Northern line in June 2019, and the station is very accessible. There is a raised level platform at parts of the train which allows step-free access for any type of vehicle, wheelchairs and the like. This was the second carriage from the front on arriving at the station. This appears to be a trend which I will now check for.

High Barnet raised platforms, allowing accessible step-free access onto the train

High Barnet raised platforms, allowing accessible step-free access onto the train

There are a number of ramps, this one is to exit the station.

High Barnet gradual ramp from platform

High Barnet gradual ramp from platform

The outside of the station has a moderate slope, maybe worse, and there are parking restrictions. I am not sure whether these are enforced.

High Barnet external road gradient

High Barnet external road gradient

High Barnet, looking down the external road gradient

High Barnet, looking down the external road gradient

All the London railway stations :

Underground lines : Northern

Accessibility friendly : Partial. (A step 90-127mm/gap 13-60mm).

Level access between street and platform. TFL give this a blue badge symbol. It is not bad.

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