FIND AN EXIT FROM A PLATFORM
This station has a single island platform, note that there's a central reservation, most of which is gravelled, with some paths through between platforms.
The doors wil open on your right as you face the front of the train. There is tactile paving along the edge of each platform.
Go to the rear of the train then move towards the middle of the island platform. The wall of the ticket office is in front of you with the automatic doors towards the right-hand end.
Go to the front of the train then move towards the middle of the island platform. The wall of the ticket office is in front of you with the automatic doors towards the right-hand end.
Go through the doors. We suggest it would be easier to follow the right-hand side so as to avoid the seating along the left-hand wall. At the far end, the automatic doors towards the steps are to your left, whilst those towards the lift are to your right.
Go through the left-hand set of doors then continue up two flights of steps onto the walkway.
Go through the right-hand set of doors and follow the passage to the lift door, at the end. The call button is to your right of the door. Go up to the upper level then leave via the other set of doors.
Turn right and continue, off the end of the walkway, past the Reuther Hall to your right. You're now on the north side of Victoria Street.
Turn right. If you came up the steps, go past the lift before turning right again and going down two flights of steps. Note that the bottom step seemed larger than the rest at the time of our survey. Continue, along a long path. At the end, go up three steps, turn right, go up a flight of steps then turn left and go up a flight of steps onto the east side of Queen Street. Turn left for the High Street.
Turn left, continue to the end of the walkway then go down a flight of steps. Turn right and go down two flights of steps into a side street which appeared to be unnamed at the time of our survey. Continue, up the hill, to the main road. You're on the west side of Farmeloan Road.
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