Warwick Avenue (ZWV)

Type: Transport for London (Bakerloo Line)
Station code: ZWV
Opened: 1915
Platforms: 2
Warwick Avenue is a stop on the Bakerloo Line in West London between Maida Vale and Paddington. The station was opened by the London Electric Railway as part of its extension of the Bakerloo Line up to Queen's Park in 1915.

The station is entirely underground apart two sets of steps on the surface to take people down to the subterranean ticket hall. Warwick Avenue is next to Little Venice, junction of the Grand Union and Regent's Canals.

Although not a large station and certainly not one of the busiest stations on the underground, it has been immortalised in a pop song. "Warwick Avenue" by Duffy makes reference to the station which also appears in the music video.
One of the 2 street entrances

Vintage signage still in use

Platform view