The Dimco Buildings
|Type||Power Generating Station|
|Location||White City, London|
|Current tenants||London Buses|
|Structural system||Timber frame, brick|
The Dimco Buildings are a historic structure in White City, London, just north of Shepherd's Bush. Originally built in 1898, they were constructed as a shed for the Central line London Underground power station.
Today the Dimco Buildings house White City bus station, located next to the Westfield London shopping centre, one of the largest in Europe. The Dimco Buildings are Grade II listed. The Dimco buildings were used as a filming location for the Acme Factory in the 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, and later served as the interior of the British Museum in The Mummy Returns.
- www.movie-locations.com Retrieved November 2011
- www.londonarchitecture.co.uk Retrieved November 2011