London history over 2000 years

London history over 2000 years

Accessible Train stations in London - London Bridge

All the London railway stations :

Underground lines : Jubilee, Northern, National Rail South Eastern, National Rail First Capital Connect, National Rail Southern

Accessibility friendly : Yes. Jubilee line both directions (A step 50mm/gap 70mm).
Northern line both directions (A step 44mm/ gap 69mm). You need to make a 410m journey via street and lifts to change lines.

You need to use the correct entrance and exit depending on which platform you are travelling from or to, see examples below.
There is lift access between the street and the Jubilee line platforms from Station Approach and Tooley Street entrances, and Northern line platforms via Borough High Street.
Escalator access between the street and Jubilee line platforms is via Borough High Street entrance only.
Lift and escalator interchange between Jubilee and Northern lines is via the Northern line ticket hall, or lift only interchange is via the street, including a 410 metre journey.

General description : There is good detail, including map and pictures on the National Rail site. See wiki

National Rail - There are access via ramps to platforms 1-6 Platforms. 8-16 are on the level.

National Rail Map & Guide.

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