London history over 2000 years
All the London railway stations :
Waterloo is on the mainly accessible Jubilee line, via the Waterloo road ticket hall. It has lift access between the street and platform, and the step onto the trains from the platform is slight. Use the links below for pictures and more detail.
The southbound Bakerloo line is also accessible by lift from the York Road ticket hall. All other Underground services are generally inaccessible to a wheelchair traveller.
National Rail services are step-free onto platforms, but ramps for the train access are necessary; and preferably booked in advance.
Underground lines : Jubilee, Bakerloo, National Rail South Eastern & South West
AccessAble Access Guide :
Accessibility friendly : (National Rail) You can only enter and exit the Jubilee line, both directions (A step 50mm/gap 70mm).
You need to use the correct entrance / exit depending on which
platform you are travelling from or to
Lift access between street and Jubilee line platforms via Waterloo Road ticket
Escalator and lift access between street and platform to Jubilee line from main ticket hall and York Road ticket hall.
Lift access between street and platform to southbound Bakerloo line only via York Road ticket hall
Escalator access between street and platform to southbound Bakerloo line via Waterloo Road ticket hall.
Escalator access between the main ticket hall and the Waterloo & City line, entry only. Please note that you cannot exit from the Waterloo & City line platforms without using stairs!
General description : See wiki
More comment : (National Rail station) - There is level access
from all platforms to the main concourse. There is level access to the station
via Exits 1 (Station approach), Exit 2 (via lifts to Waterloo Road and level
Access to the Jubilee line), Exit 3 (for taxis and Station Reception). There is
also level access from the main concourse to Waterloo East station via a lift
National Rail Map & Guide.
London pub history directory.