(Chiltern Main Line)
Warwick had two goods yards, one for the gas works and the other for the Royal Agricultural Society which held shows nearby . The goods yards and bay siding have now gone following rationalisation in the mid-1960s, as have the station buildings on the Up (London) line. The station building on the Down line still survives. The station has a small cafe and waiting room. Access between the platforms is via a subway.
The station is managed by Chiltern Railways who supply most services to the station on the Birmingham-London Marylebone route and services to Leamington Spa either from Stratford-upon-Avon or Birmingham Moor Street. West Midlands Railway also stop at the station at peak times.
|A Cross Country service passes through the station|
|Main station building|
|A Stoneblower passes through the station|
|Two Chiltern services at the station|
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Banbury to Birmingham (Middleton Press, 2004) Map XIV