Find an exit from a Platform
All exits from this station are from platform 2, westbound, you leave platform 1 via the bridge, using either the ramp or steps.
There are RNIB REACT beacons near the entrances/exits and near the end of each platform. See the detailed descriptions of platform 1 and platform 2 for details.
The bridge is towards the west end of the platform, with the foot of the ramp and steps behind a metal rail to the east of this. Go to either side of this rail and turn left for the steps, right for the ramp.
If you use the steps, go up two flights of 13 steps onto the bridge, turn left and take the first turning left, down two flights of 13 steps to platform level.
From here you can turn left (180 degrees), go beyond the two pillars supporting the bridge and go down the ten steps to your left into the car park north of the XS Superbowl. Otherwise, continue forward from the foot of the steps, beyond the shelter then turn right.
Continue, past the help point to your right and the ramp to your left. Turn left, down nine steps to pavement level, you're on the north side of the car park. Visit the Find the Forth Valley Sensory Resource Centre page for further directions.
If you use the ramp, go to the top of the first slope then turn right (180 degrees) and continue to the top, onto the bridge. Turn left, continue to the end then turn left again. Go down the ramp to platform level, the rear of the shelter is to your left. Turn left, continue to the help point to your left then turn right for the ramp to pavement level.
Continue (east) to the bottom of the first slope then turn right and continue to the wall in front of you. You can either turn right here, towards the car park, or left for the bridge over Stirling Road.
If you turn right, continue down the ramp to pavement level, you're on the north side of the car park. Visit the find the Forth Valley Sensory Resource Centre page for further directions.
If you turn left at the wall, continue, over Stirling Road and turn right at the end of the bridge. Continue down the ramp to pavement level, the junction with Nailer Road is in front of you, after a few metres.
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