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Are there disabled facilities available on Trans-Siberian trains?

The quality of disabled facilities can vary depending on the type of train, however most should come with standard considerations. Carriages designed for passengers with physical disabilities are typically equipped with a lift at the carriage entrance, while the cabins themselves will have wider corridors and are typically larger to accommodate wheelchairs and walking aids. Unfortunately, these considerations may only feature on certain carriages, therefore it is possible that the restaurant carriage and other areas may be inaccessible.

Braille instructions can be found on call buttons, switches and power sockets to help users with visual impairments. In addition, most Trans-Siberian station stops will have disabled toilets and wheelchair ramps.

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