Stations Made Easy

Stations Made Easy is a interactive tool on the National Rail Enquiries website. It helps people to find their way around stations and, where possible, navigate away from features that make using stations difficult e.g. stairs to find a more suitable route.

Who is it for?

A whole range of passengers will find Stations Made Easy useful. If you have problems walking long distances, if you are travelling with heavy luggage or if you are a parent travelling with children it can help you identify the easiest route for you in a station. At bigger stations you can also use Stations Made Easy to see what other services and facilities are available on stations.

How do you access Stations Made Easy?

Stations Made Easy is contained within the National Rail Enquiries website - Go to Station Services and Facilities

Type in the name of the station you want to look at in the "Enter station name or 3-character code" box.

Then click Search.

This will display a page showing three options in the navigation box on the left-hand side of the screen.

  • Station Overview
  • Accessibility Information
  • Plan a route
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Last updated:   18 February 2017