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Loftus Road

During the summer of 1981 an artificial pitch of Omniturf was installed at Loftus Road, the first such surface to be used in British professional football. It was removed in April 1988 because of football legislation and replaced with grass.

Shepherd's Bush tube station (Hammersmith and City Line)

In 2008 the new London Overground Shepherd's Bush railway station was opened on the West London Line.To avoid the confusion of three stations named Shepherd's Bush, the Hammersmith and City line station was renamed Shepherd's Bush Market on 12 October 2008.The other two on the Central Line and the West London Line are close to each other and interchange is allowed but not with Shepherd's Bush Market tube station.

BBC Television Centre

In February 1996, the source of the building's electricity and heating was transferred to a European Gas Turbines (EGT) 4.9MWe Typhoon gas turbine Combined Heating, Power and Cooling unit.[12] It included a 6MW Thermax air conditioning (cooling) vapour absorption machine (VAM). The 6m HVAC system reduced the centre's energy costs by 35%, and paid for itself within three years. A second turbine was added, without a second chimney. However in 2008,[13] the BBC admitted that the energy system is only being used for emergency purposes as it became cost-ineffective to use full-time. Excess electricity produced at night has not been returned to the National Grid, as originally planned. In November 2003, the turbine's chimney's caught fire,[14] effectively bringing TV output in the centre to a halt. Since the fire the turbines have not been regularly used.

St John (restaurant)

St. John has won numerous awards and accolades, including Best British and Best overall London Restaurant at the 2001 Moet & Chandon Restaurant Awards. It has also been consistently placed in Restaurant's annual list of the Top 50 restaurants in the world. Most recently it was placed 43rd, down fron 14th in the 2009 rankings. It was awarded a Michelin star in 2009.[4]

St John's Gate, Clerkenwell

The building has many historical associations, most notably as the original printing-house for Edward Cave's pioneering monthly, the Gentleman's Magazine, and sometime workplace of Samuel Johnson. From 1701?1709 it was the home of the painter William Hogarth who was just a child at that time. In 1703 his father Richard opened a coffee house there, 'Hogarth's Coffee House', offering Latin lessons along with the coffee.

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