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What you’ll find in wonderful White City
White City is an area in the west of Central London, to the north of Shepherds Bush. It is a part of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, and is served by its own tube station. Nearby stations include Shepherds Bush Market and Wood Lane. The area is famously the home of British Broadcasting Corporation, and its headquarters there is the scene for much of its filming, especially for live shows. In the past the area was famed for a stadium called White City stadium, which hosted sporting events after its initial use for the 1908 Olympics. The stadium was demolished for the BBC complex, with only an engraved list of participants left to remember the original structure. The Queens Park Rangers used the stadium for short period and it was intermittently used as a dog racing track. QPR then moved to Loftus Road stadium, also in White City. Recently, the most significant landmark in the area has opened, the Westfield shopping centre, one of the largest shopping centres in London, and host to thousands of outlets, cafes, restaurants and bars.