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All the London railway stations :
Westminster is on the mainly accessible Jubilee line. It has lift access between the street and platform, and the step onto the trains from the platform is slight. The District and Circle lines are also accessible, but there are much greater sized steps and gaps onto these trains - this will cause some difficulty for the wheelchair user. It has been agreed to have boarding ramps available at this station during the Olympics period. Use the link below for pictures and steps / gaps are listed.
Underground lines : Jubilee, Circle, District.
AccessAble Access Guide :
Accessibility friendly : Circle line eastbound towards Liverpool Street (A step 180mm/ gap 36mm), westbound towards High Street Kensington (C step 163mm/gap 183mm). District line eastbound towards Upminster (A step 160mm/gap 27mm), westbound towards Earl’s Court (B step 207mm/gap 100mm). Jubilee line eastbound towards Stratford (A step 38mm/gap 83mm), westbound towards Stanmore (A step 37mm/gap 83mm).
Lift access between street and platform.
General description : Westminster stations Jubilee line
platforms are step-free from street to train. The District and Circle lines are
step-free from street to platform, but not between platform and train.
More comment : The Jubilee is the recommended choice from this station.
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