An architectural gem with a chequered past(it was badly bombed with several casualties and fatalities in a raid during WW2) this station is a friendly and cheerful place with something of a buzz about it. There are automated ticket machines, cash dispensers, information and travel advice points as well as timetables and leaflets galore. The usual newsagent and sandwich shop
offer food for the mind and body and all is pretty close by. One gripe is the longer hike to the gents toilets which are much further out than the ladies-allow enough time before your train. The bridge can be a bit of a pain for some although I believe lifts are available for the wheelchair user.Taxis aplenty as well as bus stops are outside the entrance for your connections. Parking is just about ok though can be pressured at busy times.
In all this is a very good station to use, being practical and not big enough to get too confusing, with helpful people around until later in the evening when most info and other facilities close down. The design is both original, being curved and aesthetically pleasant.
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