Edgware Road tube station (Bakerloo line)
Edgware Road is a London Underground Station on the Bakerloo Line. The station lies between London Paddington and Marylebone Train Stations and lies wholly within the Oyster Travelcard Zone 1. Another separate station of the same name can be found on the Circle, Northern as well as the Hammersmith and City Line.
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Edgware Road Station was opened 15 June 1907 as part of Baker Street and Waterloo Railway (BS&WR). It is now on the Bakerloo Line on the north-east corner adjacent to the Marylebone flyover and on the corner of Edgware Road, Harrow Road and Marylebone Road Junctions.
The station was designed by Leslie Green and had an Ox blood terracotta facade. BS&WR had parliamentary permission to continue the line to London Paddington Train Station, the approved route curved under the main line station. It continued to and ended at Sussex Gardens and Sussex Gardens.