Chiswick Park (ZCI)

Chiswick Park is a stop  in Chiswick, West London on the District Line branch to Ealing Broadway. Although Piccadilly Line trains pass through the station only the District Line stops at it.

Type: Transport for London
(District Line)
Station code: ZCI
Opened: 1879
Platforms: 2
The station was opened as Acton Green by the Metropolitan District Railway in 1879 [1]. It was later renamed Chiswick Park & Acton Green in 1887 before the final change to just Chiswick Park in 1910.

The station was rebuilt in 1933 with a Charles Holden designed "brick drum" for the ticket hall [2]. The station was rebuilt for the Piccadilly Line Eastern extension though the Piccadilly has never stopped at Chiswick Park, the line's trains instead usually pass through on the two central fast lines. This means the two platforms are separated by a fair distance. Both platforms have an extensive concrete canopy.
A West bound District S7 train departs

The platforms are separated by four lines

Station roundel 
An Eastbound S7 train arrives

A Piccadilly Line 73ts train passes through 
Delightful platform lights

[1] Jason Cross, London Underground Guide 2017 (Train Crazy, 2017) p. 110
[2] Paul Moss, London Undeerground (Haynes, 2014) p. 99