West Norwood (sometimes referred to as Norwood) is a place in the London Borough of Lambeth. It is primarily a residential suburb of south London but with some light industry near Knights Hill in the south. It is 5.4 miles (8.7 km) south south-east of Charing Cross, bordered by Upper Norwood, Crystal Palace, West Dulwich, Tulse Hill and Streatham.
West Norwood is part of the Norwood town centre area of the London Borough of Lambeth comprising Gipsy Hill, Thurlow Park, and Knights Hill Wards. The town centre office is located at the West Norwood Library. It is currently represented by nine councillors, two of whom are Conservative and seven Labour. Two of the Conservative councillors for Thurlow Park ward have served continuously on the Council since 1990.
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... N2 Overview Operator Arriva London Garage Norwood (N) Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.6m / Alexander ALX400 Peak vehicle requirement 5 Night-time 2345pm until 554am Route ... History Night bus N2 provides the night service for routes 2 (between Victoria West Norwood) and 432 (between West Norwood Crystal Palace) and continues from. 13 April 1984 running between Trafalgar Square and West Norwood Station using Daimler buses, run from Victoria Garage (GM), which were replaced by MCW Metrobuses later ...
... In 1897 he married Louise Robinson, and until his death they lived at Chestnut Road, West Norwood ... He died on 29 April 1939 in West Norwood, London ... After cremation his ashes were buried nearby at the Robinson family plot in West Norwood Cemetery ...
... John Fraser, former Labour MP for Norwood 1966-1992 Georg Hackenschmidt, the first world wrestling champion Euan Uglow, English artist Sir Philip Holland, former ...
... Route 2 was the last West End bus route that was operated by step-entrance buses other than Routemasters ... West Norwood Route 2 destinations At the time, route 2 ran via Herne Hill and Railton Road, whereas the current service bypasses the area, running instead along the Tulse Hill road over ... to Saturdays service numbered 2A was introduced, which diverted from the north at West Norwood to the Rosendale (as route 2 had in the 1930s) and running via Brixton ...
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“These emblems of twilight have seen at length,
And the man red-faced and tall seen, leaning
In the day of his strength
Not as a pine, but the stiff form
Against the west pillar....”
—Allen Tate (18991979)