Platform 1, although we call it eastbound, is actually bi-directional.
The most straightforward route between platforms is via the bridge. The step-free route between the platforms involves a significant detour through the local road network, see the Environs page for details.
The doors will open as follows, as you face the front of the train:
There is no tactile paving along the edge of the platforms.
From Platform 1|
From Platform 2
Get off the train, turn right and continue to the steps to the bridge, which are apparently in the middle of the platform. I say "apparently" as the platform passes to the right of the steps, whilst the bit to the left goes down a slope into a walkway which is not for public use. Beware, also, that there's no tactile paving along the edge of the platform.
Having found the steps, go up a flight of steps, turn right then go up six steps onto the bridge. Cross the slightly hump backed bridge, then go down six steps before turning right and going down a flight of steps onto platform 2. You're behind the rear of the train.
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We believe only westbound trains use this platform.
Turn towards the rear of the train and follow the right-hand side till you reach the steps to the bridge, in front of you. Go up a flight of steps, turn left then go up six steps. Continue, over the slightly hump backed bridge, down six steps before turning left and going down a flight of steps onto platform 1. Continue forward from here to be beside the train.
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© 2009, Terry Robinson