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Overview

There is step-free access to the forecourt from platform 1, directly or via the ticket office. Platform 1 is sometimes used bi-directionally. We understand platform 2 is only used for southbound services.

There is stairs access from platforms 2 - 3 to platform 1 via the bridge and step-free access from these platforms to the car park off Dalfaber Road.

See the Environs page for details of the exits from this station.

These directions are therefore limited to:

As you face the front of the train, the doors will open as follows:

There is no tactile paving along any platform in this station. Note also that only the middle part of platform 2 has a concrete surface, that towards the two ends being gravel, with a narrow strip of concrete at the edge.

From Which Platform?

  From Platform 1
From Platforms 2 - 3

From Platform 1

As you go from the front of longer northbound trains, you pass between a series of paired pillars supporting the canopy before you go round the wall with windows which juts out, just before the main, covered part of the platform. The door to the ticket office is the second door way on your right. You can continue, round the wall jutting out at the end of the covered area, before turning right for the forecourt.

As you go from the front of longer southbound trains, you pass a gravel area to your left, which includes a series of posts, plus the pillars for the bridge. The foot of the steps is just beyond the end of the gravel, you can turn left here for the forecourt. Otherwise, continue round the wall with windows which juts out at the start of the covered area. The door to the ticket office is the fourth door on your left.

For the Forecourt

Continue, past the station building on your right, onto the pavement. You're beside the car park, turn right then left for the crossing, or turn right and continue forward for the taxi rank.

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Via the Ticket Office

Go through a push door, into the ticket office. The sales window, with variable height counter and induction loop is on your right. Continue, through two pull doors, onto the pavement. Continue forward for the crossing, or turn right for the taxi rank.

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From Platforms 2 - 3

From Platform 2

As you go from the front of the train, you're on a gravel surface, continue to the start of the concrete then either turn back for the steps to the bridge, or turn right then right again for the step-free exit to the car park.

As you go from the rear of the train, you pass a wooden fence, which is interrupted by the walls of buildings on platform 3. Continue to the gap to platform 3, on your left. From here, you can continue forward to the foot of the steps in front of you, or turn left then right for the step-free exit to the car park. If you find yourself on gravel, you've overshot the turning and steps.

From Platform 3

We understand the exit is beyond the front of the train. You can take the turning right then left for the steps to the bridge, or continue forward for the step-free exit to the car park.

To the Forecourt

You go up a flight of steps, turn right then go up six steps. Continue, down six steps, turn right then go down a flight of steps onto platform 1. From here, you can turn left and continue onto the pavement. You're beside the car park, turn right then left for the crossing or turn right and continue forward for the taxi rank.

If you need to go via the ticket office, continue forward, round the wall with windows which juts out at the start of the covered area, the ticket office is the fourth door on your left.

Go through a push door into the ticket office, the sales window, with variable height counter and induction loop is to your right. continue, through two pull doors onto the pavement. Continue forward for the crossing, or turn right for the taxi rank.

For the Step-Free Exit

Continue, down the slope, turn left at the bottom and continue, across the end of track 3, into the car park. There are two disabled persons parking bays to your right.

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