Warwick Avenue, London

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Entrance to Warwick Avenue underground station, with St Saviour Church in the background

Warwick Avenue is a residential avenue in the Little Venice area of Maida Vale, London W9. Its southern end is situated adjacent to Paddington Basin, to the north of Paddington station. At the junction of Warwick Avenue with Warrington Crescent and Clifton Gardens is the Anglican Church of St Saviour, consecrated 1856 but rebuilt in modern style in 1973–76. Warwick Avenue tube station, a London Underground station on the Bakerloo line, is located here.

"Warwick Avenue", a 2008 single from the album Rockferry by Duffy, took its name from the location.

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