Warren Street

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The corner of Conway Street and Warren Street.

Warren Street is a street in the London Borough of Camden that runs from Cleveland Street in the west to Tottenham Court Road in the east. Warren Street tube station is located at the eastern end of the street.[1]

The street is crossed by Conway Street in the east and Fitzroy Street at its midpoint. On the south side of Warren Street lie Warren Mews, Richardson's Mews, Grafton Mews, and Whitfield Street. It was mostly constructed in the late 18th century.[citation needed]

It is named after Admiral Sir Peter Warren whose daughter and heiress was the first Lady Southampton.[citation needed] Originally a residential street, it now contains mostly shops and businesses.


  1. ^ Warren Street Underground Station. Transport for London. Retrieved 16 September 2015.

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Media related to Warren Street, London at Wikimedia Commons Coordinates: 51°31′28″N 0°08′19″W / 51.52431°N 0.13872°W / 51.52431; -0.13872