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The History of Park Royal
(Park Royal, NW10, W3 London Borough of Ealing, London)
Park Royal is an area in northwest London, England. It is home to the largest business park in London, occupying about 500 hectares (1,200 acres). Park Royal
Business Park is promoted commercially by the Park Royal Partnership (PRP). Park Royal occupies parts of the London Borough of Brent and the London Borough of
To the north of Park Royal is Harlesden in the northeast, and West Twyford, an outlying area of Ealing, in the northwest. Beyond these areas is a Network Rail
depot at Stonebridge Park, which also has London Underground Bakerloo line tracks running through it (and Harlesden station nearby). On the eastern side, Park
Royal is bounded by Acton Lane and Park Royal Road (B4492). The Central Middlesex Hospital is located here.
On the southern side is the arterial Western Avenue (A40), which leads to the Hanger Lane Gyratory System, as well as the Park Royale Leisure Park, which contains
a cinema, restaurants and a bowling alley. There is also a Renault Car Dealership, a B&Q superstore and other industrial buildings comprising the southern half of
Park Royal. Park Royal Underground station, on the Piccadilly line, is located just off Western Avenue. To the west of Park Royal is Hanger Hill and the North
Circular Road (A406).
Queens Park Rangers F.C. played on two grounds in Park Royal. The first was the Horse Ring, later the site of the Guinness brewery, which had a capacity of 40,000.
When the Royal Agricultural Society sold the grounds in 1907, QPR moved to the Park Royal Ground, 400 yards (370 m) south, an almost exact replica of Ayresome
Park, with a capacity of 60,000. The club was forced to move out in February 1915 as the ground was taken over by the Army.
Park Royal is served by the A40 and A406 roads, and is situated close to a major interchange called the Hanger Lane gyratory.
Stations in the area are:
- Hanger Lane Station (Central line)
- Park Royal Station (Piccadilly line)
- Stonebridge Park Station (Bakerloo line & Watford DC Line)