Why do the accessible routes in TfL’s Kings Cross St Pancras point away from NR St Pancras lift?
I know that the routes inside the station for TfL Kings Cross St Pancras complex are often marked for the best flow of passengers, rather than the quickest route.
I notice today that the signs for [National Rail symbol] St Pancras all point towards [National Rail symbol] King’s Cross.
There is, however, a perfectly serviceable lift from the Underground station level
So why do the signs point 180 degrees away from this lift?
(Supplementary point, shouldn’t the signs saying “Trains [NR Symbol]” really say “National Rail [NR Symbol]” given the huge supply of tube-Trains in the station?