My husband loves trains and wonder if possible for someone using a walker. Can do a few steps if not too steep.
Our platform has a few steps but also has ramps. Boarding from the platform onto the train is fairly level. Walkers are usually not a problem, although they can be hard to get through our doorways sometimes. Some of the interior doorways and aisles are narrow. Overall, we've had many guests bring/use walkers on the train and have had an enjoyable time.
Walkers are possible and ramps are available at the respective stations. Moving about the cars can be a challenge when train is in motion, but staff are helpful.
They have handicap ramps so I think a walker wouldn't be a problem. Might not be able to walk around the moving train though.
Besides a few first steps up a rampo to board train all is flat after that. Shouldn't be a problem and staff seems helpful. Beautiful views and vreat scenic train ride make it well worth it. Go for it!!
Yes. As indicated above by others. The Potomac Eagle is handicap accessible and a walker should present no problem.
My husband also is a train lover. Yes, he could probably manage just fine. There is a ramp that goes right up door level with the coach. And we found the workers to be exceptionally willing to assist in any manner necessary.
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