|Type:||Transport for London
|Platforms:||4 (2 inactive)|
The District Railway electrified the line through Ravenscourt Park in 1905. The other operators to the station gradually dropped out so by 1916 only the District Railway was serving it. The Piccadilly Line was extended through Ravenscourt Park in 1932 but to this day does not stop at the station except on rare occasions such as during engineering works.
Ravenscourt Park consists of two island platforms with the two outer lines used by the District Line and the two inner line by through Piccadilly Line trains.
|A West bound District S7 prepares to depart|
|A Picadilly Line 73ts passes through|
|A signal relay cabin is on the end of the platform|
|Another Piccadilly Line train passes through|
|The through lines|
 Jason Cross, London Underground Guide 2017 (Train Crazy, 2017) p. 151