The giant replica model of 1666 London built to commemorate the Great Fire of London was the most-read story on getwestlondon in the past week.
Readers were also gripped by a fourth cash machine blown up in Hounslow, Transformers being filmed in Syon Park and the tragic death of a person hit by a train at Southall station.
Here's a full round-up of the top five stories receiving the most interest.
Giant model of London's 1666 skyline set alight to mark 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London
A 120-metre long wooden model of the City of London in the 17th century was built to go up in flames on the River Thames in a dramatic retelling of the story.
Made up of 190 mini buildings including iconic landmarks, churches and factories the huge sculpture was set on fire to mark the finale of a series of events to commemorate the Great Fire of London.
It told the story of the fierce four-day blaze which started at Thomas Farriner's bakery on Pudding Lane and destroyed 13,200 homes and left 65,000 people homeless.
The project designed by American artist David Best involved months of working with young people across London boroughs.
Watch behind the scenes footage of model being built
The 'live burning' event was held on September 4.
FOURTH cash machine blown up in Hounslow
In Hounslow there have been four cash machine robberies, the latest on Wednesday (September 7), at a petrol station in Staines Road, Bedfont.
Residents reported a 'loud bang' at around 2am, but the thieves had fled the scene before police arrived.
Similar ATM robberies have also taken place in Ruislip , and most recently in Denham Green near Uxbridge on Thursday (September 8) night where three men were arrested on suspicion of burglary.
Person dies after being hit by train at Southall station
A person was sadly pronounced dead after being hit by a train at Southall station on Thursday (September 8).
Officers were working to identify the body and inform next of kin.
Transformers being filmed in Syon Park
Following rumours scenes were being filmed in west London , our reporter took these photos of a huge lighting rig seen looming over the Great Conservatory while a sign for a 'major motion picture' was also on display.
Crew members told Getwestlondon they were in the park to shoot scenes from the movie for one day only on Thursday (September 8), with staff saying the park was closed for a "private event."
Transformers: The Last Knight stars Mark Wahlberg, Laura Haddock and Anthony Hopkins.
Chelsea fans would have been hammered if Notting Hill Carnival unrest happened at Stamford Bridge
An opinion piece by Dan Levene kicks off about the difference in policing of football and the carnival.
Touching on the number of arrests made at Chelsea Football Club in a year compared to a weekend at the Carnival and the freedom given to carnival-goers over football fans.