FIND AN EXIT FROM A PLATFORM
There is step-free access from platform 1, westbound, via the car park and stairs access onto Station Road near the bridge. There is only stairs access from platform 2, eastbound onto Station Road.
The doors will open on your left as you face the front of the train. There is tactile paving along the edge of each platform.
From Platform 1, Westbound|
From Platform 2, Eastbound
As you go from the front of the train, you pass the shelter before you reach the ticket office building. Beyond this is the gap leading to the car park. You can either turn right here or continue to the steps in front of you.
From the rear of the train, we believe you may need to turn back and continue, beyond the ticket office to locate the gap to the car park on your right, followed by the steps to the bridge.
There are bollards in the gap from the platform, move forward, about three metres beyond these to pass parked vehicles on your left then turn left and continue through the car park, to Station Road. From here, you can turn left, up the slope, for shops etc. on the other side of the bridge.
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Follow the right-hand side, beyond the gap to the car park. If you find yourself on gravel, you've overshot, turn back, following the left-hand side then turn left at the foot of the steps.
Go up two steps, then two flights of steps onto Station Road. From here, you can turn left for shops etc. on the other side of the bridge.
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As you go from the front of the train, you pass the shelter before you reach the gap to the steps, which is about in the middle of the platform. Turn right (180 degrees) for the steps.
As you go from the rear of the train, you pass an open area with seating and a notice board before the foot of the steps. It may be easier to overshoot this, locate the fence then come back to the steps.
You go up a series of wide-spaced,irregular steps (we counted 32 steps), going parallel with the tracks, onto Station Road. From here you can turn left for shops etc.
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© 2010, Terry Robinson