If you don't know the facts you are not in a position to say " I am not led to belive this applied, therefore is not relevent!"Yes alright, but in this case I am not led to belive this applied, therefore is not relevent!
So lets stop speculating - we have reached the facts - and that is that we know hardly any!
My point is that 20 years ago it may have been common for a train to stop with no platform (for example, if the train was longer than usual), but it is no longer the done thing, certainly in the UK. People expect a platform to be there, and it is not unreasonable to expect it meaning a person with a visual impairment should not have to double check that there is platform outside the door when it automatically opens