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Overview

There are step-free entrances to each platform, see the Environs page for details. There is stairs access between platforms via the footbridge. See the Change Platforms page for details.

The ticket office is on platform 1, see the Buy My Ticket page for details.

There is no tactile paving along the edge of either platform.

To Which Platform?

  To Platform 1, Northbound
To Platform 2, Southbound

To Platform 1, Northbound

From the Main Forecourt

As you face the station building, the second and third doors from the left lead into the ticket office. There's a direct path onto the platform to your right of the building. If you take this path, we believe you're beside the rear half of the train.

As you go into the ticket office, the sales windows are towards the left-hand end of the far wall, whilst the door to platform 1 is at the right-hand end. You go through the door, along a short passage, onto the platform, we believe you're about in the middle of the train.

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From the Car Park

The car park is separated from the platform by a row of bollards, except for the steps and pillars for the footbridge, which are about in the middle. As you go onto the platform, we believe you're beside the front half of the train.

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To Platform 2, Southbound

You can either go through the waiting room or directly onto the platform to either side of the building.

The First Path

As you move away from the road bridge, you pass railings on your left before you reach the normally open gate onto the platform. We believe you're beside the front half of the train.

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Via the Waiting room

You need to go through the third door on your left. You go through a short passage, with the waiting room to your right, then through another door onto the platform. We believe you're about in the middle of the train.

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Via the Second Path

Continue, beyond the building then turn left and continue onto the platform. You pass the foot of the stairs to the footbridge, to your right. We believe you're beside the rear half of the train.

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