West London

West London generally refers to the western portions of London, and may refer specifically to:

  • List of sub regions used in the London Plan - West
  • West End of London
  • West End (ward)
  • W postcode area

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List Of Fulham F.C. Records And Statistics - Milestones
1885 - London FA Cup quarter-finalists 1886 - West London Cup winners, beating St Matthew's 2-1 in the final 1891 - West London Observer Cup winners, Billy. 1892 - West London League champions 1892 - Middlesex Senior Cup quarter-finalists 1892 - London Senior Cup quarter-finalists 1893 - West London League champions 1893 - West London Cup ... Football League as Southern League Champions 1908 - FA Cup Semi-Finalists 1910 - London Challenge Cup winners 1912 - FA Cup Quarter-Finalists 1926 - FA Cup Quarter-Finali ...
NHS Strategic Health Authorities - Map of SHAs Before 2006 Reorganisation
... SHA Birmingham and The Black Country SHA (West Midlands minus Coventry) Cheshire and Merseyside SHA County Durham and Tees Valley SHA Cumbria and Lancashire SHA ... The London break-up was North Central London - Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey, Islington North East London - Barking and Dagenham, City, Hackney, Havering, Newham, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets ...
... an English author Ladbroke (band), a Belgian rock band Ladbroke Estate, Notting Hill, West London, England Ladbroke Grove, a road and neighbouring area in West London Ladbroke Grove ...
London College Of Music Examinations
... London College of Music Examinations (LCM Examinations) is an examinations board offering graded and diploma qualifications in music, and in drama communication ... The board is a department of the London College of Music (LCM), a school within the University of West London ... was founded as the external examinations department of the London College of Music (LCM), a music conservatoire which was founded in 1887 ...

Famous quotes containing the words london and/or west:

    One of the many to whom, from straightened circumstances, a consequent inability to form the associations they would wish, and a disinclination to mix with the society they could obtain, London is as complete a solitude as the plains of Syria.
    Charles Dickens (1812–1870)

    Biography is a very definite region bounded on the north by history, on the south by fiction, on the east by obituary, and on the west by tedium.
    Philip Guedalla (1889–1944)