FIND AN EXIT FROM A PLATFORM

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  To reach the Main Entrance from Platform 6
To reach the South Entrance from Platform 1
To reach Either Entrance from Other Platforms via the Stairs
To Reach Either Entrance from Other Platforms via the Lifts

To Reach the Main Entrance from Platform 6

Get off the train and walk forward to locate the building, railings or stairs from the bridge (near the rear).

Follow the railings, down the slope, turn right at the bottom and continue down. Follow the passage to the left till you reach the concourse; the exit is in the far right corner (about 1 o'clock). The gate line is in front of you with the bi-directional Wide Aisle Gate at the left-hand end and the automatic exits to your right.

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To Reach the South Entrance from Platform 1

The exit is approximately in the middle of the platform; up the ramp into the concourse.

You should be about in the middle of an 8-car (rear of a 4-car) train. As you leave the train, cross the platform:

Having gone through either gate, turn away from the platform and go through the doorway into the concourse, bear slightly left to locate the exit then go down the ramp into the car park.

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To Reach an Exit from Other Platforms via the Stairs

Locate the bridge, near the front of the train (northbound for Watford), or rear (southbound for Euston). Go up two flights of steps onto the bridge.

For the Main Exit

Turn right, the stairs begin shortly after you pass the stairs for platform 6. Go Down a flight of steps, turn left then go down two more flights into the concourse. The gate line is in front of you with the automatic exits at the right-hand end and the bi-directional Wide Aisle Gate at the left. Go through the gates and continue forward to the exit.

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For the South Exit

Turn left, continue till you reach the wall then turn left, go down two flights of steps to reach platform 1. Follow the building on your right, avoiding seats and locate the ramp to the exit. The automatic gates are in front of you. If you need the bi-directional Wide Aisle Gate, move to your left, follow the rail on your right to the end then turn right (180 degrees) and go up the ramp. Having gone through either gate, turn away from the platform and continue, bearing slightly left to reach the exit. Go down the ramp into the car park.

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To Reach an Exit from Other Platforms via the Lifts

Go towards the front of the train (northbound, towards Watford), or rear (southbound, towards Euston), go round the stairs and continue to locate the lift building. On platforms 1, 2 - 3 and 6, the lift door is facing you (east). On platforms 4 - 5, however, the door is on the opposite side (west) of the building.

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As you leave the lift, onto the bridge, turn left for the main exit, (right for the south exit).

>For the Main Exit

Locate the lift to platform 6, on your left. Note that the wall juts out beyond this lift, before the stairs down. On leaving the lift on platform 6, move to your right and continue, round the stairs and turn left to locate the railings. Turn left again, down the ramp, turn right at the bottom and continue, down the ramp. Note that you're crossing an empty track bed which is normally closed off by gates, which aren't always closed. Continue, into the passage and follow the passage to your left into the concourse.

The gate line is in front of you with the bi-directional Wide Aisle Gate at the left-hand end. Go through the gates, the exit is in the far right corner (1 o'clock).

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For the South Exit

Turn right and locate the lift to platform 1, on your right. On leaving the lift, continue, round the stairs and follow the building on your right, avoiding seats. Bear left at the foot of the ramp and continue beyond the end of the rail on your right then turn back towards the bi-directional Wide Aisle Gate. Go up the ramp, through the gate then turn left into the concourse. Bear slightly left for the exit. Go down the ramp into the car park.

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