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Accessible Train stations in London - Charing Cross, Strand, London WC2

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Charing Cross is a main line National Rail station on the South Eastern rail network, with level access to all platforms. The underground lines, i.e. the Northern and Bakerloo lines are a separate station and TFL does not deem these to be accessible to wheelchair users. See pictures and further accessible transport in London detail from links below.

Underground lines : Northern, National Rail South Eastern, Bakerloo.

Accessibility friendly :  National Rail Station is suitable for disabled passengers as there is a level access to all platforms. 

The Undergound lines are NOT accessible to wheelchair users due to there being stairs and escalators between the street and the platforms.

General description : Charing Cross station is a terminus station and is step-free between the street and the platforms. Staff are available to assist passengers onto the trains using a manual boarding ramp.  National Rail services at Charing Cross station will be step-free and generally accessible.

More comment : National Rail Map & Guide.

Inclusive Britain Underground Station Guide

This symbol on station page suggests a recommendation - you tell me otherwise, please.National Rail only

London News from Gov dot UK 2018

TFL status

TFL step-free map

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