This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid
I have a leg injury and needed to use the lift instead of stairs to get from London Bridge underground to London Bridge train station. First, I had to walk quite a lot to reach the Northern line lifts. You walk the entire length of the platform and then down this really long tunnel to get to the lifts. Doing this on an injured leg was quite painful but I thought it would be better than trying to limp up the steps to where the escalators begin. So once the walk on the platform and the tunnel finally ended, I got into the lift thinking the hard part is over. The lifts take you to 'Burrough High Street' which is even farther than Burrough market and I took more than 10 minutes to limp back to London Bridge as it was 0.3 miles away! This would probably be ok without an injury, but isn't the purpose of disabled access to create less stress for the disability? My leg tends to swell up when I walk too much on it, and this experience did cause it immense stress.