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Elevator in a hilly area

I'm slightly surprised that the lifts at Amsterdam Centraal station aren't a bit bigger. One bike at a time, as a rule.

'Lift to Cycle Route' at Gatwick airport - rather mysterious, and I'm not sure how the lift works anyway.

Leighton Buzzard station has elevators / lifts that can accommodate cycles. Two billion people use elevators every day.

This queue for the lift at St Pancras took almost 10 minutes to get through.

The lift cabins at Cambridge North station are a bit longer than those at Cambridge main station. They also have doors at both ends making it much easier to pass through.

Lifts at Rostock Main Station, just large enough for two bikes (with luggage) and two adults. Location: Stadtteil Sudstadt, Rostock (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

Steps at the end of Wallis Road. There's an elevator on the left, though reports are that it is often not working. There's no obvious ramp in this photo, but OpenStreetMap indicates there is a … [more]

Modern lifts at Birmingham New Street station - not big enough for larger bikes.

Modern lifts at Birmingham New Street station - not big enough for larger bikes.

Welwyn Garden City station - the lifts are too small, as at Cambridge.

The recess by the doors in the lifts at Audley End Station measures 12 cm. The main dimension of the lifts is 1.6m x 1.6m. This additional 12 cm means that bikes can actually just fit in the lift by turning their front wheel slightly. … [more]

Bikes using the lift two at a time - going down.

Bikes go in two at a time in these lifts.

A large piece of luggage and a single bicycle and fit inside the lift.

Two laden bikes will fit into the lifts diagonally at Audley End station.

The bikes at Audley End can comfortably accommodate 1 bike and 1 wheelchair user. We were told that these lifts are turned off from 7pm.

Squeezing into the lift - three bikes can just fit into the lift - if you weren't friends before, you soon will be.

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