|Local authority||London Borough of Tower Hamlets|
|Managed by||London Underground|
|Owner||Transport for London|
|Number of platforms||2|
|OSI||Bow Church |
|London Underground annual entry and exit|
|2017||5.66 million |
|2018||5.23 million |
|2019||5.23 million |
|2020||2.66 million |
|2021||2.26 million |
|Original company||Whitechapel and Bow Railway|
|11 June 1902||Opened|
|1950||Ownership transferred to London Transport|
|Entry number||1357787 |
|Added to list||27 September 1973|
|WGS84||51°31′38″N0°01′29″W / 51.52722°N 0.02472°W Coordinates: 51°31′38″N0°01′29″W / 51.52722°N 0.02472°W|
Bow Road is a London Underground station located on Bow Road in Bow, London, England. It is on the District and Hammersmith & City lines. The station is interlinked as an out of station interchange (OSI) with Bow Church station on the Docklands Light Railway which is about 300 m (980 ft) away via Bow Road. The two stations are classed as a single station for ticketing purposes as well as on tube maps but both managed separately.
The station is situated on the road that reflects its own name, while a fire exit leads to Wellington Way. National rail c2c tracks and Mornington Grove road cross above the District line to the east of the platforms. Nearby landmarks include the Minnie Lansbury Memorial, Phoenix Primary and Secondary School, Thames Magistrates' Court, Bow Road police station and Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park. The station serves a medium-sized population, as part of its catchment overlaps Mile End station. 
The station was opened on 11 June 1902 by the Whitechapel and Bow Railway (which was later incorporated into the District line), with the Hammersmith & City line (then the Metropolitan line) following in 1936.
The Great Eastern Railway Bow Road railway station, which closed in 1949, stood on the opposite of Bow Road.
Ownership of the station passed to London Underground in 1950. 
The station building is Grade II listed since 27 September 1973. Red bricks form the exterior facade, featuring stone eaves cornice and brick blocking course. The structure is topped with a slate roof, and has round arched doors. The doors are finished with fanlights, with four windows arranged alternately. An enclosed footbridge hangs across the platforms sheltered with canopies, both of which are made of wood. The canopies are barrel-vaulted, supported by cast iron beams and wall brackets, and hexagonal cast iron pillars. The pillars are arranged in line, following the curvature of the platforms. There are 12 pillars on one platform, while the other has 14. 
Bow Road station has two platforms, and marks the point where westbound trains from Upminster and Barking enter a tunnel; the gradient of the tunnel approach, which is to the east of the station, is 1 in 28, the steepest on the tube network.  The station platforms are below street level, where the western end of the platforms is in tunnel while the eastern end is in an open cutting.  Other stations on the District Line are designed in a similar way, such as High Street Kensington and Sloane Square.
Bow Road is served by both the District and Hammersmith & City lines, between Mile End and Bromley-by-Bow stations, in Travelcard Zone 2. Off-peak services on the District line generally run between Richmond or Ealing Broadway to Upminster. During peak hours, trains also operate to Wimbledon. The typical off-peak services, in trains per hour (tph) are:
London Buses services routes 25 and 205, local route 425, and night route N25 and N205 serve the station. 
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|Preceding station||London Underground||Following station|
| Mile End |
|Hammersmith & City line|| Bromley-by-Bow |
| Mile End |
towards Wimbledon, Richmond or Ealing Broadway
|District line|| Bromley-by-Bow |
|Mile End|| Metropolitan line |
Hammersmith branch (1936–1990)
| Bromley-by-Bow |