restroom Size on autotrain?

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  1. LisaNJ25

    LisaNJ25 DIS Veteran<br><font color=aqua>I paid $300 back i

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    Can someone tell me how big the bathrooms are on the autotrain? Are they as small as an airplane bathroom? My 3yo will not go in alone and I wanted to make sure there was room for 2.
     
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  3. Kim&Chris

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    The bathrooms are SMALL! Very similar to those in airplanes, but the ones on the train are slightly larger.

    The trains also have a number of handicapped bathrooms that are MUCH larger. I saw a number of moms taking their kids into these bathrooms to help them out.
     
  4. JudithM

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    In addition keep in mind that the rest rooms are downstairs & most passengers sit upstairs.
     
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    Thank you.... with a toddler who was been potty trained only a few months hopefully everyone on the train wont have to go at the same time lol.
     
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    there's a large women's dressing room with sink and mirror with a closing door. A small restroom is embedded inside, permitting you to help, while not having to wedge your body into a small restroom. Since this restroom isn't unisex, it tends to be a little cleaner on the floor.

    Tip: take lysol wipes since the facilities aren't cleaned between uses
     

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