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High Barnet station
I visited High Barnet on the Northern line in June 2019, and the station is very accessible. There is a raised level platform at parts of the train which allows step-free access for any type of vehicle, wheelchairs and the like. This was the second carriage from the front on arriving at the station. This appears to be a trend which I will now check for.
High Barnet raised platforms, allowing accessible step-free access onto the train
There are a number of ramps, this one is to exit the station.
High Barnet gradual ramp from platform
The outside of the station has a moderate slope, maybe worse, and there are parking restrictions. I am not sure whether these are enforced.
High Barnet external road gradient
High Barnet, looking down the external road gradient
All the London railway stations :
Underground lines : Northern
Accessibility friendly : Partial. (A step 90-127mm/gap 13-60mm).
Level access between street and platform. TFL give this a blue badge symbol. It is not bad.
Inclusive Britain Station Guide (This is clearly out of date.)