I thought it would be a good idea to do a wide-ranging post covering some of the recent developments in railway accessibility. Even though I have not been on a train in almost 4 months now, it is good to see that the industry is still moving ahead with its projects. Hopefully this means that… Continue reading Updates from Lockdown
For the first time in many months, I set aside an entire day to document some of London’s active step-free access projects. Although in the end I did not get to as many locations as I had hoped, it was great to see the progress at stations I’ve followed for years as well as at… Continue reading Station Spotting November and Step-Free December
Thanks to train delays at my local station tonight, I decided to go to Shoreham via London rather than my usual routes via Clapham Junction or Gatwick. This gave me a rare opportunity to do brief step-free access spotting at Victoria station, which is, in all likelihood, the next station that will gain step-free access… Continue reading Victoria Station Update
I hope everyone is surviving the new timetable despite the many disruptions, particularly with Thameslink services. In this post, I wanted to highlight a series of interesting recent developments regarding future step-free access stations.
Welcome back to the 6th part of my Future Step-Free Stations series. If you are new, you can click here to read the series intro and find links to earlier posts.