No, vaping is not allowed on train platforms in the UK. The use of e-cigarettes or vaping devices is prohibited on all enclosed or substantially enclosed railway stations in England, Scotland, and Wales. This includes platforms, waiting areas, and any other enclosed or substantially enclosed area on the station premises.
The ban on vaping in train stations in the UK is in place to protect the health of other passengers and staff, as well as to reduce the risk of fire caused by e-cigarettes or vaping devices. Violating the ban can result in fines or other penalties.
It’s always a good idea to check local regulations and signage for specific rules on vaping in public areas, including train platforms, and to be considerate of others by avoiding vaping in areas where it is not allowed.