Feel Welcome in White City, W12
The district of White City is part of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The area forms part of Shepherd’s Bush and the W12 postcode district.
The area now regarded as White City was originally farm fields till 1908, when it hosted the Franco-British Exhibition and Summer Olympic games. The Japan-British Exhibition and the Imperial International Exhibition were held there the following years. The Latin-British Exhibition of 1912 and the Anglo-American Exhibition were the last two exhibitions to be held there before the outbreak of World War I.
White City Stadium, located in the north part of the district, was opened in 1908. At that time it was named the Great Stadium, with seating capacity of 66000. It was built for the purpose of the Olympic Games of that time and after that was still used as an athletics venue, until 1914, when it was developed as a track for greyhound racing. In 1985 the stadium was demolished to make way for the BBC White City building. Outside of the building there is a finish mark to commemorate the sport events that were previously held at the location.
Westfield London is a newly built shopping centre, developed by Westfield Group. Its boundaries are the A40 (Westway), the A3220 (West Cross Route) and the A219 (Wood Lane).
There are two nearby stations that serve the shopping centre: Shepherd’s Bush, served by the West London line, and Wood Lane, served by the Hammersmith & City line.
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