All the London railway stations :
I visited Finchley road station in July 2019. What an awfully inaccessible station. Lots of stairs.
Finchley road station
Finchley Road is on the Metropolitan and Jubilee underground lines, and is not accessible to wheelchair travellers between street level and platforms. There are changes available between lines in the same direction, but note the step and gap sizes onto trains. See pictures and further accessible transport in London detail from links below.
Underground lines : Metropolitan, Jubilee
Accessibility friendly : No entrance/exit. You can change
between Metropolitan line southbound towards Liverpool Street (A step 193mm/ gap
33mm) and Jubilee line southbound towards Stratford (B step 163mm/gap120mm).
You can change between Metropolitan line northbound towards Amersham, Chesham and Uxbridge (A step 217mm/gap 83mm) and Jubilee line northbound towards Stanmore (B step 140mm/gap 100mm).
Finchley road step and gap onto Jubilee line trains
Finchley road step and gap onto Metropolitan line trains
Finchley road platform level
Finchley road stairs from platform - ouch!
Finchley Road is not accessible to wheelchair users due to stairs between the platform and street level; apart from changing either northbound or southbound trains.
No stair-free entrance/exit.
Level interchange between Jubilee line northbound towards Wembley Park and Metropolitan line northbound towards Harrow-on-the-Hill. Level interchange between Jubilee line southbound towards St. John’s Wood and Metropolitan line southbound towards King’s Cross St. Pancras.
General description : A lot of stairs
More comment : Inclusive Britain Station Guide