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Overview

There is stairs and step-free access from platform 1, southbound to the bridge and step-free access from platform 2, northbound directly to the car park or via the ticket office. There is stairs-only access from platform 2 to the bridge.

The doors will open on your left as you face the front of the train. There is no tactile paving along the edge of either platform.

See the Environs page for details of entrances to this station.

From Which Platform?

  From Platform 1, Southbound
From Platform 2, Northbound

From Platform 1, Southbound

As you get off the train, the steps to the bridge are to your right, at the end of the platform, follow the left-hand side to the wall in front of you then turn left.

As you go from the front of the train, you leave the steps to the bridge behind you and pass the building on your right, the foot of the ramp is beyond the first post past the end of the building.

As you go from the rear of the train, you pass a series of posts inside the fence before you reach the gap to the foot of the ramp. The building is beyond this followed by the turning to the steps to the bridge.

Via the Steps

Turn away from the platform, go up a flight of steps, turn right then go up another flight to street level. The path towards steps to platform 2 leads to your right, continue forward, past the stone post on your right, onto the pavement.

If you want to go to the car park, turn right and follow the pavement which curves right down the slope, some users may find this slope a bit steep. the first set of tactile paving indicates the crossing of Station Road, you can turn right here towards the station building or continue to the next set of tactile paving and turn right then left into the main section of the car park.

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Via the Ramp

Turn away from the platform then turn right and follow the ramp, which hairpins up the hill, till you find the turning right then left for the final slope to the pavement. The path to the steps to platform 2 leads to your right, continue forward beyond this, onto the pavement.

If you want to go to the car park, turn right and follow the pavement which curves right down the slope, some users may find this slope a bit steep. the first set of tactile paving indicates the crossing of Station Road, you can turn right here towards the station building or continue to the next set of tactile paving and turn right then left into the main section of the car park.

GO TO END

From Platform 2, Northbound

As you get off the train, the steps to the bridge are to your left, at the end of the platform.

As you go from the front of the train, you pass a series of posts inside the fence before you reach the gap to the car park. Beyond this is the station building, the fourth door on your right is the automatic door to the ticket office.

As you go from the rear of the train, we believe you'll be beside the station building. The steps to the bridge are behind you and the automatic door to the ticket office is the third door from the foot of the steps. The gap to the car park is a few metres beyond the end of the building.

To the Car Park

Go through the gap, from here you can turn right then left for the entrance to the main car park, or turn left, continue to the dip in the pavement then turn right for the bus stop and crossing of Station Road.

GO TO END

Via the Ticket Office

Go through the automatic doors, the sales window is to your left, continue through the automatic doors. From here you can continue forward down a single step, or turn left and go down the ramp onto the pavement.

As you face away from the building, the dip in the pavement indicating the crossing towards the bus stop and crossing of Station Road is to your right. You could continue beyond this, then follow the pavement left to the entrance to the main car park.

GO TO END

Via the Steps

Go up a flight of steps, turn right then go up two steps, turn left then go up five steps onto the pavement.

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