Stockwell has a wide-variety of cafés, bars and other businesses and is sometimes known as Little Portugal, because it is home to one of the UK's largest Portuguese-speaking communities.

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Famous former and current residents of Stockwell include Gary Raymond, Lilian Bayliss, Edward Thomas, Vincent van Gogh (briefly), Violette Szabo, Joanna Lumley, Jerry Dammers, Roger Moore, Roots Manuva, Adam Buxton, Joe Cornish,[13] Nathaniel Clyne, Dot Rotten, and Will Self.

Train frequencies vary throughout the day. However, Northern line trains generally operate every 4–6 minutes between 06:06 and 00:12 in both directions[7][8] while Victoria line trains generally operate every 3–5 minutes between 06:02 and 00:20 in both directions.[9][10]

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The gyratory is now closed and has been replaced with a two-way traffic system along Clapham Road.

Stockwell is a London Underground station in Stockwell in the London Borough of Lambeth. It is located on the Northern line between Oval and Clapham North stations, and on the Victoria line between Brixton and Vauxhall stations.[2] It is in Travelcard Zone 2.[2]

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With the opening of the Victoria line on 23 July 1971, parallel cross-platform interchanges were provided between the two lines in both directions and the 1920s surface buildings were replaced by a modern structure. A British Transport Police station was later[when?] built above the station.

The station is served by London Bus routes 2, 50, 88, 155, 196, 333, 345 and P5, and also by night routes N2 and N155.[11] Additionally, bus routes 88 and 345 have a 24-hour service.[11]

Stockwell station was ceremonially opened on 4 November 1890 by the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII), as the most southerly station on the City & South London Railway (C&SLR) – London's first deep-level tube railway. Passenger services began just over one month later on 18 December 1890.

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The new public space connecting Stockwell Memorial Garden with the surrounding area will make it more accessible for residents and visitors. New trees and seating will be added.

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Stockwell is home to one of Britain’s largest Portuguese communities, many of whom originally come from Madeira.

Stockwell is a district in inner south London, England, located in the London Borough of Lambeth.

In addition to Anglican and Catholic churches, Afro-Caribbean communities have influenced the expression of Christianity in the area, with a variety of congregations, some sharing churches with more long established Anglican and Catholic congregations. One of the many Afro-Caribbean churches is C.A.C. Stockwell.

Just north of the station there is a branch tunnel which used to lead to a nearby generating station (closed 1915), depot and workshop located at the junction of Stockwell and Clapham Roads.[note 1] The tunnel was very steep with an incline of 1:3.5, so rolling stock was originally pulled up to the surface using a wire rope and a winch. This system was replaced in 1907 by a hydraulic lift, which could carry one locomotive or one carriage.[3]

On 22 July 2005, following the 21 July 2005 London bombings, Stockwell gained notoriety as the scene of the shooting by police of an innocent Brazilian electrician, Jean Charles de Menezes, in the tube station.

STOCKWELL: The busiest time at Stockwell station is 08:15 - 08:45 Monday to Friday. If you're able to travel outside of this time you could have a quicker and more comfortable journey.

It is situated 2.4 miles (3.9 km) south of Charing Cross. Battersea, Brixton, Clapham, South Lambeth and Kennington all border Stockwell. Once one of London's poorest neighbourhoods, it is now an up-and-coming area[citation needed], owing to its close proximity to Central London and excellent transport links.

Work to widen cycle lanes and separate signals has now been completed. Along with the segregated cycle track north of Stockwell station, this should help remove conflict between vehicles and bikes.

Its social and architectural fortunes in the twentieth century were more mixed. The area immediately around Stockwell tube station was extensively rebuilt following the Second World War, and the original domed tube station was replaced first in the 1920s, then again with the opening of the Victoria line in 1971.

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Stockwell is well served by buses, with a number of routes either terminating there or passing through the area. The buses are routes 88, 2, 155, 196, 333, P5, 345 and 50. The night buses and 24-hour buses are routes 88, 345, N2 and N155. http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/gettingaround/maps/buses/pdf/stockwell-2240.pdf

There are three schools in Stockwell ward[5] - St Stephen's,[9] Allen Edwards[10] and Stockwell Primary School - and also a campus of Lambeth College.[11] In the Stockwell area (on Clapham Road) there is also Platanos College,[12] a secondary school, Lansdowne School and numerous primary schools.

We held a consultation from November 2014 to January 2015 and published a report in March 2015. Read more on our Stockwell consultation pages.

The section of South Lambeth Road adjacent to the west side of the Memorial Garden is now permanently closed to traffic and is being transformed into a new public space.

During the 1920s, the line was closed for reconstruction and the depot was used as a working site for transporting spoil, equipment and works traffic in and out of the tunnels.[4] The depot and lift were finally taken out of use at the end of 1924. The incline tunnel and the lift shaft were plugged on the surface and several blocks of flats were constructed on the old depot site by the LCC. These flats still stand (as of 2011[update]), as does one retaining wall of the old depot.

In 1986 Kenneth Erskine, a serial killer dubbed the Stockwell Strangler, killed seven elderly victims, three of whom were from Stockwell.[4]

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The station has ticket halls, 3 escalators, 7 gates, 13 payphones, a Wifi service,[5] 9 vending machines and a photo booth.[6] The ticket hall has electronic departure boards.[6] The ticket office was closed in early 2015 as part of the TfL investment programme.

Stockwell[5] is a ward in the London Borough of Lambeth. Since the elections on 22 May 2014, it has been represented by three Labour councillors: Alex Bigham,[6] Guilherme Rosa[7] and Imogen Walker.[8]