Find a platform from an entrance

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Overview

If you come in via the main entrance, the travel centre is to your right, otherwise, from the side entrance, if you need a ticket, turn right and continue to the other end of the concourse. into the travel centre.

To the Platforms

Via the Stairs

From the main entrance, turn left then follow the right-hand side to locate the stairs down to your right.

From the travel centre, continue forward, following the right-hand side, and locate the stairs on your right.

From the side entrance, turn right then follow the left-hand side to locate the stairs to your left.

You should use the left-hand side of the stairs, go down two flights of steps to platform level. Go through the gates.

Via the Lift

From the main entrance, turn left and continue, past the book stall on your left to locate the lift door in front of you.

From the travel centre, continue forward, past the book stall then locate the lift door in front of you, towards the left-hand side of the concourse.

From the side entrance, turn sharp right and locate the lift door on your right.

As you face the lift, the call button is to your right of the door. Go down to platform level ("P"). Leave via the other doors, turn right and follow the passage into the concourse. Move right at the end to avoid the closed door in front of you and the seating along the left-hand side of the concourse.

The gate line is in front of you, with a manual gate at the left-hand end and the automatic entrances to your right of this. Go through the gates.

For platform 1, southbound, or platform 2, turn left and go through the automatic doors onto the platform, you're near the rear of the train. Turn right and continue,beyond the end of the building to locate platform 2 to your right.

For platform 4, northbound, or platform 3, turn right and go through the automatic door onto the platform. You're near the front of the train. For platform 3, turn left and continue beyond the end of the building to locate platform 3 on your left.

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