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how do I get around london from Euston to the Tower of london with a pushchair

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paetjs Fri 26-Jun-09 23:30:22

I will have hubby with me and he will have to manage the pushchair. But I will have my 2 boys both autistic one also dyspraxic and hyper mobile ie rotten balance also a 18 yr old who won't do escalators for the same reason, are there steps? and my 6 year old who isn't confident on them without holding mum. I have done the journey once before about 4 years ago, but only with the one boy and he didn't like standing up on the tube and from what I remember there were a lot of either steps or escalators.
Thanks
Paetjs

bran Fri 26-Jun-09 23:33:09

Is a black cab out of the question financially? The distance isn't all the huge, especially if you're not in the middle of rush hour.

Lilymaid Fri 26-Jun-09 23:36:57

How many steps can you manage? Easiest route would be to go over to Euston Square Station - no escalators, just a (comparatively) few steps and get the Circle Line round to Tower Hill (again comparatively few steps because the Circle Line isn't a deep line).

iheartdusty Fri 26-Jun-09 23:41:59

what day of the week are you going? if it's not a weekend, you could get an overground train from St Pancras (short walk from Euston) to London Bridge (medium walk across Tower Bridge to T of L)

or try [[http://www.tfl.gov.uk/ transport for london}} journey planner?

iheartdusty Fri 26-Jun-09 23:42:32

sorry link www.tfl.gov.uk/

paetjs Sat 27-Jun-09 14:27:21

We are coming on a Saturday and I don't have a lot of cash so cabs will cost too much I think. So I will go via Euston square station on the circle line I am sure we can manage some steps. I have to plan everything in advance so the boys don't panic so thank you very much for all your help
Paetjs

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