|DLR routes and stations|
|For exact distances between stations, see my useless statistics page|
|Click the map for the full version. The map was created by John Rowland.
A link to his homepage is available from my links page.
When the DLR opened in 1987, it consisted of 3 seperate routes meeting at Poplar:
|Poplar footbridge, click for full size|
|DLR stations are designed to be easily accessible by wheelchair users, there are lifts or ramps to
street level and platforms are at train-floor level. There's just a 75 mm gap between the train and the platform.
Most stations are unstaffed and equipped with closed-circuit television
to insure safety for the passengers.
All platforms are equipped with modern train indicators showing the current time and destinations of the next 3 or 4 trains together with their estimated arrival times.
|The new train indicators, click for one you don't want to see!|
Docklands Light railway page / R.P.F. Consemulder / email@example.com / september 1999