The bridge is divided into two sections, which we'll call the west and east bridge.
The west bridge is an ornate, curved structure between platforms 2 and 3 - 8. The steps start leading north, then curve towards the bridge itself, which runs east/west. The whole structure is almost semi-circular, with the two arms facing south along the platform.
The lifts are to the rear (north) of this structure, with ramps leading directly onto the bridge.
The east bridge leads east, from a point adjacent to the bottom of the first set of steps towards platforms 3 - 8, onto platforms 9 - 10.
All steps are divided into two sets by central rails. At the time of our survey it wasn't clear which side is preferred.
You go up seven, eight, six then six steps, curving from north to east, onto the bridge.
The foot of the steps is in the middle of the island platform, north/south, nearer platform 3.
You go up eight, eight, six then six steps, curving from north to west, onto the bridge.
ramp, leading west to lift to platform 2|
ramp leading east to lift to platforms 3 - 8
This leaves east from the bottom of the first set of steps towards platforms 3 - 8. Metal gates can close this part of the bridge.
You go up six steps, going east, continue east to the end of the level section then go down six steps, Going east. Turn right (south) and go down seven, eight then eight steps, going south onto platform 9 - 10, about in the middle of the platform.
© 2009, Terry Robinson