We found no alternative public transport access to this station, so, unless you're familiar with the area, we presume you'd be driven or otherwise escorted to the station.
We turned (east) from Millerhill Road, onto an apparently unnamed road that leads across the tracks to the station car park. The station is in a cutting lying to the west of this car park.
There's one entrance to this station from the car park, giving ramp access to platform 2, southbound plus ramp and stairs access, via the bridge, to platform 1, northbound.
There's a zebra crossing of the car park entrance, leading west. You pass bike racks on your left, before you reach the ramp. Turn right (north) for platform 2, left (south) for the bridge to platform 1. If you continue beyond these ramps, you pass steps up to the bridge, followed by steps down to platform 2, on your left.
Turn right (north) and go down the first slope. Turn left (west) then left again (south) and go down the second slope onto the platform.
You go down a flight of steps, going south, onto the platform.
Turn left, go up the first slope then turn right (180 degrees) and continue onto the bridge.
Turn left, continue to the end then turn left again and go down the first slope. Turn right (180 degrees), go down the second slope then turn right again (180 degrees) then go down the third slope before turning left onto the platform.
Continue beyond the ramp then turn left, go up two flights of steps onto the bridge. Turn right, continue to the end then turn right again and go down two flights of steps. Turn right (180 degrees) and go down a flight of steps before turning left onto the platform.
We found no pedestrian controlled crossings within the scope of this survey.
We found no bus stops within the scope of this survey.
The station has a significant car park with three accessible parking bays towards the south end, near the entrance to the station.
The configuration of this station suggests that further development of this area is expected, which may provide an additional entrance onto platform 1 in due course.
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