Environs

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Location

The station is located on an island between Dalry Road (southwest) and Clifton Terrace (west). These roads diverge from the junction with Morrison Street (east) to provide a forecourt outside (east of) the station building.

Entrances and Exits

There are two entrances/exits to this station:

Local Road Crossings

The Junction of Morrison Street (east), Clifton Terrace (west) and Dalry Road (southwest)

Southwest Arm, Dalry Road

This is a two-stage crossing with tactile paving and rotating cones. There's a push button to either side as you cross each half in either direction. On the central island, you move left then right for the second half of the crossing.

East Arm, Morrison Street

This is a single-stage crossing with tactile paving and rotating cones. The post, with push button is to your left as you cross in either direction.

West Arm, Clifton Terrace

This is a two-stage crossing with tactile paving and rotating cones. The central island is the reservation between the two sets of tram lines which run along the middle of the road.

At the time of our survey, the push button was to your right as you left the pavement crossing north, away from the station, but there was a post to each side on the central island and on the north pavement of Clifton Terrace.

Dalry Road,

There's another, single-stage, crossing a few metres southwest of the junction, beyond the bus shelter. This is a single-stage crossing with tactile paving and rotating cones. The post with push button is to your right as you cross in either direction.

Clifton Terrace

There are two more crossings within this guide, one to each side of the tram stop.

Before (East of) the Tram Stop

The near (south) end of this crossing is just beyond (west of) the corner, where the pavement outside the new entrance to the station meets Clifton Terrace, this is effectively between the two entrances to the station. This is a two-stage crossing with tactile paving and rotating cones. The first stage is across the tram tracks, whilst the second is across the road itself. There's a post, with push button to each side as you cross in either direction. The central island is between the tram tracks and the traffic lane, with a push button to each side.

Beyond (West of) the Tram Stop

The south (near) end of this crossing leaves from the wall of the station, beyond (west of) the tram stop. This is a two-stage crossing with tactile paving and rotating cones. The first stage of the crossing as across the tram tracks whilst the second is across the road itself. There's a post, with push button to each side as you cross in either direction. There's also a push button to each side on the central island.

Local Buses

There are bus stops on each side of Dalry Road and Clifton Terrace.

On the Northwest Side of Dalry Road

The east stop serves buses towards the City Centre, bridges and London Road.

The west stop serves buses to Princes Street, Meadowbank, Cameron toll, Niddrie and New Royal Infirmary:

On the Southeast Side of Dalry Road

West Stop

The East Stop

We have no details of services from this stop.

North Side of Clifton Terrace

Bus Stop C, serves:

On the South Side of Clifton Terrace, North of the Tram Tracks

Local Features

There are bike racks along the north side of the pavement, occupying most of the original forecourt of the station.

South Side of forecourt, Going West

  pub
blank door
Starbucks, drop off point on right
bike lockers
wall of station

Southwest side of Forecourt, Going North

  emergency exit from station
canopy supported by four pillars outside station
original entrance
ScotRail Manager's office
glass partition, leading west
new entrance, continues northwest to pavement of Clifton Terrace
first crossing to tram stop leads right

The Tram Stop

The Westbound Platform

As you follow the pavement left from the old entrance, you pass the first crossing, which is outside the new entrance, before you reach the slope up to the platform. The pavement gradually slopes up onto the platform.

Westbound Platform, from the East
  tactile paving indicates loading point
card validator
departure screen above
two ticket machines
shelter with benches
tactile paving indicates loading point
pavement slopes down
tactile paving indicates second crossing

The Eastbound Platform

Use either of the crossings to the island, beyond the tracks. Turn left (west) from the first crossing, or right (east) from the second.

The Eastbound Platform, from the East
  tactile paving of first crossing
pavement slopes up to platform
bin
card validator
ticket machine
bus stop on right
seats
tactile paving indicates loading point
canopy, no seating, row of pillars along middle of platform
departure screen
card validator
tactile paving indicates loading point
departure screen above
pavement slopes down
bins
tactile paving indicates second crossing

Northwest Side of Dalry Road, Going Southwest

  first crossing leads left
pub
Chinese restaurant
tactile paving indicates second, single-stage, crossing of Dalry Road
wall of station
east bus stop
crossing of minor road
west bus stop

Southeast Side of Dalry Road, Going Southwest from Morrison Street

  first crossing right
shops
east bus stop
second crossing
west bus stop

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