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I visited Stanmore station in July 2019. What an awfully designed station. The TFL brands this as step free from platform to street level. Maybe it is, but it is a horrible route to a subterranean car park, and via a long steep path. Use this station as a last resort. This station is a cop-out by TFL, and they should be ashamed of calling it step-free on their tube map!
This site is built in the remembrance of Andy who spent a considerable part of his life at a hospital near to this station. I hope he never tried to use it in his travels, I bet he did!
Stanmore at platform level
Stanmore slope, first section, from the platform
I took the steps to get back up to the station entrance, or you can go down the slippery slope to the car park.
Stanmore steps from slope, the first section
Stanmore slope, second section, down to low level car park
Just for completeness, this is the non-step free access to Stanmore station, apparently 48 stairs
Station entrance to platform - with 48 stairs
Underground lines : Jubilee
AccessAble Access Guide :
Accessibility friendly : (B step 147-173mm/ gap 90-100mm). You can only enter/exit the station using the station car park entrance – to get from car park to ticket hall you need to make a journey of 110m including steep ramps. No entrance/exit using London Road/bus station entrance – you need to make a 450m journey via street between entrances.
Level access between street and platform via car park
entrance only. This involves a 450m journey and including a steep ramp.
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