London history over 2000 years

London history over 2000 years

Accessible Train stations in London - Stockwell

All the London railway stations :

Underground lines : Northern, Victoria & Stockwell in google maps - the next station along the Northern line, at Morden, has a lift to street level, and lots of buses. The Victoria line also has better accessibility options, with Brixton being the closest accessible stations to Stockwell.

Stockwell station

Stockwell station

Accessibility friendly : You can change between Northern line southbound towards Morden (A step 183mm/gap 0mm) and Victoria line southbound towards Brixton (A step 50mm/gap 75mm). You can change between Northern line northbound towards Camden Town (A step 173mm/gap 0mm) and Victoria line northbound towards Tottenham Hale (A step 50mm/gap 75mm).

Stockwell is not accessible to wheelchair users due to escalators or  78 stairs between the platforms and street level.
Level interchange between Northern line northbound towards Kennington and Victoria line northbound towards Vauxhall. Level interchange between Northern line southbound towards Clapham South and Victoria line southbound towards Brixton.

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London pub history directory.

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