London Architecture

The Dimco Buildings

Also known as
Dimco Machine Tools
333 Wood Lane
London, England W12
Basic Information
Designed by Harry Bell Measures
Type transportation
Neighborhood: Hammersmith & Fullham
Bounding Streets:
Wood Lane
Ariel Way
Westfield Way
More Information
  • This building was originally constructed as a powerhouse for the Central London Railways.
  • This building was named for the Dimco Company, which opened a machine shop here after it was no longer needed by the railway.
  • This was one of the filming locations for the 1988 movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
  • Engineer: Horace Field Parshall
  • 1899: Construction finished
  • 1928: The power plant in this building shut down.
  • November, 2008: This building was turned into a garage for the White City bus station.