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Underground lines : District, Central, London Overground (West London line), National Rail Southern
AccessAble Access Guide :
Accessibility friendly : You can only enter and exit the eastbound platform for trains towards Upminster (A step 137mm/gap 67mm) or Edgware Road (A step 157mm/gap 33mm) . No boarding ramps available. There is step free access between the street and Platform 2 for Eastbound District Line services, and Platforms 3 and 4 for London Overground services only. It is possible to make a step-free interchange between all of these platforms.
Lift access between street and District line eastbound
platform only, towards Earl’s Court.
Lift interchange between District line eastbound towards Earl’s Court and London Overground services.
West Brompton station is the interchange between National
Rail’s London Overground service and the District line. Only the National Rail
lines are step-free. The station is managed by London Underground staff who do
not have the training to allow them to assist passengers using manual boarding
ramps. Thus a passenger wishing to board at West Brompton cannot arrive and
expect to be assisted.
There is a formal crossing adjacent to the station, but no tactile paving has been installed.
General description : See wiki
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