I'm trying to plan out a journey from Woolwich to Euston during the morning Mon-Fri rush hour, with the criteria of minimizing the number of stairs - since the person will have a heavy suitcase with them. So can anyone tell me... (a) What the situation at London Bridge is currently regarding transferring from SouthEastern to the Northern Line. As I recall, there are normally some steps from the bottom of the escalator to the Northern Line platforms. Are there any additional steps because of the current work at London Bridge? (b) The same question for transferring from the DLR to the Northern Line at Bank. I know normally it's just going up a shortish, although narrow, flight of stairs, but I'm not sure if the rush hour one way system at Bank changes that? Also, at Euston, is there much difference in numbers of steps between arriving on the City vs Charing Cross branches of the Northern Line, to exit at the National Rail station? Thanks!