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ABOUT BRITAIN

Abergynolwyn Station, nr. Abergynolwyn, Gwynedd

THE CHAMPIONS: The Body-Snatchers (Paul Dickson: Late 1967)
Sharon and Craig travel to Wales by train to find out what has happened to Richard.

Abersoch, Gwynedd

THE PRISONER: Many Happy Returns (Patrick McGoohan: March 1967)
After escaping the village on a raft Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) attempt to navigate his way home across the open sea (coastal waters near Abersoch). Several days later he is spotted by a boat (the Braeda) but the crew dump his body in the water and steal his few possessions. Number 6 is able to get onto the boat and eventually makes his exit as they near land (Llanbedrog headland).
(Identified by Mr. and Mrs. Beer, owners of the boat, the "Braeda" and expanded by abersochholidays.co.uk)

Aldbourne, Wiltshire

GIDEON’S WAY: The Big Fix (James Hill: September 1964)
Stock footage of horses and jockeys riding across the village green in front of the church on their way to the gallops.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, June 2007)

Television:
DOCTOR WHO: The Dæmons (April 1971)

Allington Castle, nr. Maidstone, Kent

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD: The Black Patch (??: 1956)
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(Identified by Gareth Hughes June 2001)

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD: The Dream (??: 1956)
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(Identified by Gareth Hughes June 2001)

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD Season Three (1957)
Establishing shots of Fitzwalter Hall, Maid Marian's home.

THE AVENGERS: Castle De'Ath (James Hill: August 1965)
Establishing shots for Castle De'Ath itself.

PERFECT SCOUNDRELS: The Carpetbaggers (John Gorrie: 1990)
Harry Cassidy (Bryan Murray) and Liam (Hugh O'Conor) try to interest Lawrence (James Warwick) in buying their Bentley during a classic car rally.

Films:
ROBIN HOOD JUNIOR (1975)

Television:
COVINGTON CROSS (1982)

Alnwick Castle, Alnwick, Northumberland £

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD: The Impostors (1957)
Establishing shots of castle.

The Armed Knight, Lands End, Cornwall

THE PRISONER: Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (Pat Jackson: August 1967)
A slide of The Armed Knight, is part of a set of “36 dreary and badly shot colour shots” given to Number 6 by Seltzman.

Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Tale of the Big Why (Robert Fuest: August 1978)
The episode opens with the release of Bert Brandon (George Cooper) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) from prison (Aylesbury Young Offender Institute, Bierton Road).
(Identified by Phil Alder and confirmed by Geoff Dodd, December 2006)

Ayr, South Ayrshire

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Essay In Evil (Freddie Francis: June 1967)
Masters goes to check up on his wife in Kilburn (Burns Square, Ayr).
(Identified by: Steven Kelly, May 2005)

THE CHAMPIONS: The Body Snatchers (Paul Dickson: Late 1967)
Richard Barret arrives in the village of Porthgerwyn.
(Identified by: Philip Langton, April 2005)

Aythorpe Roding Mill, nr. Hatfield Broad oak, Essex £

 

THE PROTECTORS: Triple Cross (John Hough: 1972)
Harry and the Contessa use a radio van to trace Charlie to a windmill. After finding Charlie dead they see his girlfriend arrive.

Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Somewhere In A Crowd (Alan Gibson: 1968)
William Searle looks at an image of the liner ready for its launch on the TV screen (the image is from the launching of the Oriana at the Vickers-Armstrongs shipyards, 3rd November 1959).

Battersea Park Fun Fair, Battersea, London (demolished)

GIDEON'S WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling: 1965)
Winnie meets Bill at BatterseaPark.

THE BARON: Epitaph for a Hero (John Moxey: October 1965)
The villains hide out is in the London fun fair.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Silent Enemy (Robert Asher: April 1967)
Sharon, Craig and Richard enjoy all the fun of the fair.

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
The secret agent visits a fairground. Establishing shots of fairground and shots of various rides (World Backgrounds footage).

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN (1968)
The fairground is seen in the opening title sequence, concentrating on the Water Chute.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Vendetta for a Dead Man (Cyril Frankel: Autumn 1968)
Cavello-Smith and Jeannie go on a date to the funfair.

Film:
THE DAY THE EARTH CAUGHT FIRE (1961)
THE WRONG ARM OF THE LAW (1962)

Beaulieu, nr. New Forest, Hampshire £

THE SENTIMENTAL AGENT: All That Jazz (Charles Friend, 1962)
Establishing shot of outdoor Belmont Jazz Music festival venue.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, February 2011)

THE AVENGERS: Escape in Time (Roy Rossotti: September 1st 1966)
Tag scene: Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) get into a vintage taxi which refuses to start, Steed gets covered in soot from the exhaust and Mrs Peel drives off through the gate house.

THE AVENGERS: The Bird Who Knew Too Much (Roy Rossotti: September 1st 1966)
Tag scene: Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) board a vintage two-seater car which sets off backwards and ends up reversing through the gate house.

THE AVENGERS: The See-Through Man (Roy Rossotti: September 1st 1966)
Tag scene: Steed (Patrick Macnee) attempts to start his vintage Silver Ghost, but he and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) end up pushing it. The car starts and speeds towards the gate house with Steed and Mrs Peel chasing it.

Beaumaris, Anglesey

 
Anglesey Boat Company Boatyard and Gallows Point, Beaumaris

WILLIAM TELL: The Master Spy (Ernest Morris:1958)
William Tell leads a daring raid on an Austrian castle (Beaumaris Castle).

DANGER MAN: It's up to the Lady (Peter Maxwell: May 1964)
Drake (Patrick McGoohan) borrows an inflatable dinghy from a local on the beach (Gallows Point) in an attempts to reach a boat to get to the mainland. When he is in the water his dinghy is overturned by Nicos' speedboat. Drake hides under the upturned boat until Nicos returns to shore. Later Drake has to steal a truck which is delivering vegetables in order to catch the Glovers who are on their way to the Albanian border (Anglesey Boat Company Boatyard).

Beachy Head, nr. Eastbourne, East Sussex

THE PRISONER: Many Happy Returns (Patrick McGoohan: March 1967)
Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) is washed up on the beach and starts to climb the cliffs. After leaving the gypsy campNumber 6 comes across a police road block (the A2103) and, thinking they are looking for him, he jumps into the back of a passing lorry.

THE PRISONER: Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (Pat Jackson: August 1967)
A slide of Beachy Head from a set of “36 dreary and badly shot colour shots” given to Number 6 by Seltzman.

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: 16th November 1967)
The secret agent gazes down on Schnipps' lighthouse. Later he escapes from the lighthouse in a motor boat before it explodes.

Film:
HOPSCOTCH (1980)

Television:
THE LIFE AND LOVES OF A SHE DEVIL (1986)
STILL CRAZY LIKE A FOX (1987)

Video:
THE CURE:Close to Me (1985)

Bearsted, Kent


Photo: Sam Denham

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
Establishing shots of the cricket match on a village green.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, 1998)

Belfast, Northern Ireland

DANGER MAN: You’re Not In Any Trouble, Are you? (Don Chaffey: February 1965)
John Drake looks out from his hotel room in Rome to check the time by a nearby clock tower (Albert Memorial Clock Tower, Victoria Street/Queen's Square).
(Identified by Paul Stroud, June 2012)

Betchworth Land Fill, Box Hill

THE BARON: Something for a Rainy Day (Cyril Frankel: November 1965)
Max Holder's car is forced off the road and drives over a cliff. Mannering and Cordelia scramble down the cliff to investigate.

THE BARON: Enemy of the State (Jeremy Summers: December 1965) The secret police drive Mannering towards the border in a white Citroen.

THE BARON: And Suddenly You're Dead (Cyril Frankel: January 1966)
Peter Franklin's red car goes out of control on a mountain road and runs off a cliff.

THE BARON: Time To Kill (Jeremy Summers: May 1966)
Christina's white Jaguar's brakes fail and she is unable to prevent it from crashing from a cliff.

THE CHAMPIONS: A Case of Lemmings (Paul Dickson: Summer 1967)
An Interpol agent drives his car along a precipitous road and takes his hands of the wheel allowing it to run off the road over a cliff.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Final Countdown (John Gilling: Early 1968)
The pilot is unable to do anything as his car careers over a cliff.

DEPARTMENT S: Who Plays the Dummy? (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
Jason and Annabelle's white Jaguar is taken over by remote control and they are able to jump clear just as the car flies over a cliff edge.

DEPARTMENT S: The Man Who Got a New Face (Cyril Frankel 1968)
Gerhard forces Monique Grelle off the road and her red car crashes down a cliff.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: It's Supposed to be Thicker Than Water (Leslie Norman: Autumn 1969)
Johnny Cracken's borrowed Jaguar races out of control over the cliff.

JASON KING: Toki (Jeremy Summers:1971)
A drunken Olivier is unable to control the car into which he has been put and careers over a cliff.

THE PERSUADERS!:The Ozarov Inheritance (Roy Ward Baker: October 1970)
Monsieur Ganguin is knocked out and his red car is sent careering over a cliff edge.

THE ADVENTURER: Icons are Forever (Cyril Frankel:1972)
Julian Hunt is killed when his white jaguar crashes over a cliff.

HAMMER HOUSE OF MYSTERY AND SUSPENSE: Black Carrion (John Hough: Spring 1984)
The villagers are seen pushing a white Jaguar in to a quarry.

Film:
CROSSPLOT (1969)
THE TAMARIND SEED
(1974)

Television:
DOCTOR WHO: Genesis of the Daleks (January 1975)
DOCTOR WHO: The Deadly Assasin (July 1976)
BLAKE’S 7: Hostage (1979)
BLAKE’S 7: Time Squad (September 1977)
BLAKE’S 7: Moloch (1980)
BLAKE’S 7: Power (1981)
SPITTING IMAGE (1993)
FATHER TED: Hell (1996)

Betws y Coed, Conwy

THE SAINT: The Golden Journey (Robert S. Baker, October 1962)
On their walk to Torremolinos Simon and Belinda have to ford a river with a waterfall (Swallow Falls, near Betws y Coed).

 
photo: Matt Courtman of the DANGER MAN Web Site

DANGER MAN: It's up to the Lady (Peter Maxwell: May 1964)
Drake (Patrick McGoohan) takes Paula Glover to a spot away from the hotel (The Miner’s Bridge over Afon Llugwy, near Betws y Coed). He tells her that he will bring her husband Charles to the spot so they can talk about his defection without interference.

Biggleswade, Bedfordshire

THE SAINT: Where the Money Is (Roger Moore: Summer 1968)
Using a series of photographs as a guide, Simon Templar (Roger Moore) retraces the route (along the A1 south of Biggleswade) to the kidnappers hideout. He finds his next clue, a water tower (Toplers Hill WaterTower).
(Identified by David Harris, April 2009)

Binfield Manor, Binfield, nr. Bracknell. Berkshire û

THE NEW AVENGERS: Cat Amongst the Pigeons (John Hough: June 1976)
Turner (Matthew Long) is chased to Steed's (Patrick Macnee) house and manages to tell Steed, Purdey (Joanna Lumley) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) about Waterlow. Later Gambit drops Steed off at his house but they have been followed by Zarcardi (Vladek Sheybal) who leaves a bird of prey in Steed's Range Rover.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Target (Ray Austin: July 1976)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) collect George Myers (Malcolm Stoddard) from Purdey's car and frog march him into Steed's House.

THE NEW AVENGERS: House of Cards (Ray Austin: May 1976)
David Miller (Murray Brown) rides over to Steed's (Patrick Macnee) house to warn him about the House of Cards, but he is shot as he arrives. Later Steed leaves his house on his way to check on Professor Vasil, but his Jaguar is followed by Perov in a helicopter. Suspecting a trick Purdey (Joanna Lumley) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) follow in their MGB.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Faces (Ray Austin: July 1976)
Terrison (Richard Leech) drives the fake Steed (Patrick Macnee) to Steed’s mansion so that he can kill and replace him.
(Spotted by Mike Richardson, October 2012)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Tale of the Big Why (Robert Fuest: August 1978)
Roach and Poole monitor Steed, Purdey and Gambit's conversation from the undergrowth and watch as they leave in a white Range Rover.

THE PROFFESIONALS: The Rack (Peter Medak: December 1978)
CI5 agents Benny (Trevor Adams), Cowley (Gordon Jackson), Doyle (Lewis Collins) and Bodie (Martin Shaw) arrive at the home of John Coogan (Michael Billington) and Paul Coogan (Christopher Ellison) for a drugs raid.

Films:
SEE NO EVIL/BLIND TERROR (1971)
TALES THAT WITNESS MADNESS (1972)
THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE (1975)
HOLOCAUST 2000/THE CHOSEN (1977)
THE STUD (1978)
THE ROYAL ROMANCE OF CHARLES AND DIANA (1982)
(thanks to Greg King for this list)

Bircham Newton, Norfolk û

 
Photos: Dave Prudence

THE AVENGERS: The Town Of No Return (Peter Graham Scott: November 1964)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) visits the RAF base at Little Bazeley (The National Construction College, formerly RAF Bircham Newton, B1155) and makes a fatal discovery concerning Piggy Warren.
Note: Unused footage of Emma Peel (Elizabeth Shepherd) also shot here.
Found by Dave Prudence and John Stewart

Bodiam Castle, Sussex £

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD: Ransom (Terrence Fisher: 1957)

Television:
DOCTOR WHO: The King's Demons (1982)

Bosham, Sussex


photo: Sam Denham

THE SAINT: The Gentle Ladies (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
Establishing shots and background plates of Bosham Village, Bosham Church and Bosham Quay, shot from Bosham Quay. Shots of the Blue Anchor Pub, and Bosham Lane looking South towards the wood cabin.

Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire

THE BARON: The Man Outside (Roy Baker: September 1966)
The Scotish village of Cairnstorn

Bow Brickhill Station, Buckinghamshire

THE SAINT: The Elusive Ellshaw(John Moxey: 1963)
Kenneth Ripwell leaves his father's house for London in his sports car he is followed by Simon in his Volvo. Simon manages to loose him at a railway crossing.
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2010)

Brands Hatch Circuit, A20, Nr. Stansted, Kent £

GIDEON'S WAY: The Alibi Man (Cyril Frankel: February 1965)
Racing driver, Bruce Carroway, wins yet another race.

THE SAINT: The Chequered Flag (Leslie Norman: February 1965)
Simon becomes involved with the Marshall racing team during a race at Brands Hatch. His adventures cumulate with Simon taking over as driver for the team.

THE SAINT: The Fast Women (Leslie Norman: September 1966)
Simon Templar is at Brands Hatch to watch the deadly rivals Cynthia Qulillen and Teresa Montesino racing against each other.

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Sir George Benstead shows Steed and Mrs Peel the machine that simulates racing on the Brands Hatch Circuit.

THE PERSUADERS!:Someone Waiting (Peter Medak: 1971)
Lord Sinclair wins the race in his Sinclair Special.

Bray, Berkshire

THE SAINT: The Imprudent Politician (John Moxey: July 1964)
Janet Waites (Jennifer Wright) arrives at the moorings (Ferry Road) in her Mini and she makes her way to the Jolly 'D' as instructed by the blackmailers where she finds Denise Grant (Justine Lord) waiting for her. Later the Saint arrives in his Volvo looking for the Jolly 'D' and Alex Morgan (Mike Pratt) is sent to deal with him.

Brent Town Hall, Forty Lane, Wembley


Photo: Wyn Roberts

THE PROTECTORS: Balance of Terror (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1972)
Chino drives The Contessa to The International Scientific Forum to speak to Professor Grodny. Later The Contassa and Harry Rule arrive just after Professor Alexander Schelpin has left.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, September 2004)

Brentford, Middlesex

 
Photos: Alan Field

THE AVENGERS: Sell Out (Don Leaver: June 1962)
Steed and Doctor King drive to Heathrow Airport in an AC sports car (they pass was the now demolished Firestone Factory, Great West Road).
(Identified by Michael Richardson, April 2013)

THE SAINT: The Helpful Pirate (Roy Baker: March 1966)
Simon Templar is taken at gunpoint from Heathrow Airport to this typewriter factory (Brentford High Street / Dock Road) .
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2007)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
After leaving prison Rufus Blake and McGill exchange a taxi for McGill's car and drive through London (back projection filmed along the Great West Road, Brentford between Syon Lane and Boston Manor Road).
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, June 2001)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Somebody Loses...Somebody Wins (John Glen: April 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) and Ruth Klinger (Jacqueline Pearce) arrive by taxi for a meeting with Johann Liebkind (Brentford Gas Works, Brentford High Street – demolished). They make their way over to Leibkin’s house followed by East German agents. Johann Liebkind escapes from McGill and is shot by East German agents. McGill leaves the house by a window and looks for a car left for him by American inteligence. McGill finds the car and drives off despite being shot at.
(Spotted by Alan Field, September 2007)

THE BARON: The Edge of Fear (Quentin Lawrence, May 1966)
Jordan drives Mannering to the waterworks pump house (Kew Bridge Steam Museum, Green Dragon Lane £) where Montford and Colbert are waiting for him to identify the stolen artefact.

Brighton, East Sussex

THE PERSUADERS!:Anyone Can Play (Leslie Norman: 1971)
Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) and Brett Sinclair (Roger Moore) are walking along the promenade by the Palace Pier when they notice they are being followed by two men. Danny and Brett attack the men under the pier only to find that they are policemen who are there to escort them to a meeting in the West Pier.

Films:
BRIGHTON ROCK (1947)
UNDER SUSPICION (1991)

Brunel University, Uxbridge, Greater London

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
The gang; Brady (Keith Buckley), Chuck (Mark Jones), Bart (Prentis Hancock), Phil (George Sweeney), Bill (Leo Dolan) and Ben (David Schofield) break into Payne’s Bank Ltd. Purdey’s car is heard by Tina (Sara Kestelman) and she reports this to the gang. Purdy (Joanna Lumley) is cornered by the gang and looks for somewhere to hide. Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) arrive just in time to chase after the coach carrying the gang to London.
(Source: Nick Williams and Chris Bentley)

Film:
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE
(1971)

Bryn Bras Castle, Llanrug, Gwynedd, Wales

 
photo: Andrew Turford

THE PERSUADERS!:A Death In the Family (Sidney Hayers: 1971)
Brett drives Danny, in his Aston Martin, to Uncle Angus' Scottish castle.
(Identified by Andrew Turford)

Bulkeley House, Middle Hill, Englefield Green, Surrey û

DANGER MAN: The Paper Chase (Sidney Cole: 1966)
Eddie Geld sends John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) to a safe house run by Madame Nandina. He is met at the door by Canesi (Sandor Ellis). Later Drake follows Laprade (Ferdy Mayne) from the house.
(Identified by Greg Mishevski, aka SainT on the Britmovie Forum, February , 2010)

Buntingford, Hertfordshire

GIDEON’S WAY: The Lady-Killer (Leslie Norman: September 1964)
Robert Carne (Ray Barrett) stops off at a small town to pick up the key for the country cottage where he and Marion Grove (Rosemary Leach) are to stay (Market Hill, Buntingford).
(Identified by Alan Field, December 2007)

Cambridge

THE AVENGERS: A Sense of History (Peter Graham Scott: January 1966)
Establishing shot of St. Bodes(Corpus Christi College).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, September 2009)

THE CHAMPIONS: The Ghost Plane (John Gilling: Autumn 1967)
Sharron and Craig (Stuart Damon) go to interview Dr. John Newman at Cambridge University (Kings College and Clare College). Later Newman's secretary, Vanessa (Hilary Tindall) leaves Clare College and walks to her car parked on Trinity Lane. As she drives off and is followed by Sharron's in her Mercedes. Craig leaves Clare and he is surprised to find the car gone. As Stuart walks down Bridge Street he gets a psychic message to telephone Richard. He runs across the road from St. John's College to use the telephone box. After being told that Sharron is in danger he persuades a passing motorist to give him a lift in a Volkswagen.

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Jane Brown's Body (Alan Gibson: 1968)
Paul Amory (David Buck) takes Jane Brown (Stephanie Powers) to see the college where he works. They drive into town along King’s parade. After thinking she has lost David, Jane makes her way back through town (via Cambridge Market and Market Street) to David’s college (Corner of Sidney Street and Jesus Lane) and attempts suicide in his lodgings (Sidney Sussex College)
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, September 2009)

THE ADVENTURER: Skeleton in the Cupboard (Cyril Frankel)
Gene Bradley is called to Cambridge by Sir Richard McKenzie to discuss funds apparently stolen by Professor Ballard (stock footage of King’s College and Clare Bridge).

Television
CODENAME PORTCULLIS (1969)
DOCTOR WHO: Shada (1979)
CHOCKY'S CHALLENGE (1985)

Camustiel, Applecross, Strathcarron, Scotland

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Eagle's Nest (Desmond Davis: April 1976)
George Stannard (Brian Anthony) is pursued across St. Dorca by Karl (Frank Gutliff) and Hara (Sydney Bromley) using fishing rods as weapons, he is able to get to a motorboat, but Karl is able to catch him on the cheek with a poison hook as he leaves the harbour.

Canterbury, Kent

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD: The Friar's Pilgrimage (Arthur Crabtree: 1956/57)
Friar Tuck takes a pilgrimage to Canterbury

Cantley Manor Hotel, Twyford Road, Wokingham, Berkshire

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Three Handed Game (Ray Austin: 1976)
Larry (Michael Petrovitch) manages to trace Juventor (David Greif) to house named Cantley where he is demonstrating the mind swapping device to Colonel Meroff (Terry Wood) using Ransom (David Wood) as a guinea-pig. Larry is captured by Ivan (Tony Vogel) but escapes to lead Steed (Patrick Macnee), Gambit (Gareth Hunt) and Purdey (Joanna Lumley) back to the house.

Carnoustie Golf Course, Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland

DEPARTMENT S: Handicap Dead (John Gilling: July 1968)
Colindale Golf Course, Scotland - June 6th - An important golf tournament and Johnny Collins fails to turn up for his next round and is disqualified.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, December 2008)

Cemaes Bay, Anglesey

 
photos: Richard Lee-Van den Daele

DANGER MAN: It's up to the Lady (Peter Maxwell: May 1964)
Drake and Nicos both notice a newcomer to the village arriving by ferry.

DANGER MAN: That's Two of Us Sorry (Quentin Lawrence: June 1964)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) and Sheila Sutherland (Francesca Annis) set off for the island of 'Herta' on a fishing boat. Later Drake follows Sheila Sutherland down to the beach where she meets with Donald McKinnon (Brian Phelan) who arrives in his motor boat (the construction work on Wylfa nuclear power station can be seen in the background). John Drake and Angus McKinnon (Duncan Lamont) arrive back at Loch Broom from the island of 'Herta' on a fishing boat. They are met by Braithwaite and two policemen. John Drake bids farewell to Angus McKinnon outside Braithwaite’s home. McKinnon is taken away by two policemen in their police car.

Capel Curig, Gwynedd, Wales


Photo: Stephen McKay

DANGER MAN: The Professionals (Michael Truman: 1964)
After escaping from the sanatorium, Desmond Pearson and Drake drive to the border (A4086 between Pen-y-Gwyryd and Capel Curig).
(Identified by Janet Kaiser)

Castle Mill, Dorking, Surrey

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD: The Haunted Mill (Lindsay Anderson: 1956)
(source: www.robinhood-tv.co.uk)

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD: The Road in the Air (Robert Day: 1957)
(source: www.robinhood-tv.co.uk)

THE AVENGERS: Build a Better Mousetrap (Peter Hammond: August 1963)
Mrs. Gale and a group of motorcyclists stop at Vernon watermill to ask the way. They are rebuffed by the Peck sisters, Cynthia and Ermintrude, who threaten to put a curse on them. .

Cornbury Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire (Private House)
(Identified by Ken Ledham 2005)

INSPECTOR MORSE: Greek Bearing Gifts (Paul Wheeler: 1990)
Georgian mansion.

Television:
BLAKE'S 7: Rumours of Death

Chapman’s Pool, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset

DANGER MAN: The Gallows Tree (Michael Truman: 1959)
John Drake nearly runs his Land Rover over this cliff.

DANGER MAN: The Brothers (Charles Frend: 1959)
An American plane crashes off the cast of Sicily.

Chalgrove Airport, Chalgrove, Oxfordshire

THE PRISONER: Many Happy Returns (Patrick McGoohan: 1967)
Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) is taken by James (Donald Sinden) and Thorpe (Patrick Cargill) to an airport from which Number 6 takes a jet to search for The Village. James and Thorpe drive away in their Rolls Royce not knowing that the place of the jet's pilot has been taken by a man who entered the airport, in a milk float, disguised as a milkman.

Cheddar Gorge, Somerset

THE SAINT: The Man Who Could not Die (Roger Moore, May 1965)
The rescue party is successful in rescuing the trapped potholers.

Chilham, Kent

THE CHAMPIONS: The Survivors (Cyril Frankel: January 1968)
Nemesis agent, Sharron Macready, passes the time in an English pub (The White Goose) by playing a game of darts.
(Identified by John Mann, December 2002)

Chobham Common, Surrey

THE SENTIMENTAL AGENT: Express Delivery (Charles Frend, 1963)
Carlos Thompson (Carlos Varella ) drives along a rod (Staple Hill Chobham Common and then Burma Road Chobham Common) where he is stopped at a checkpoint.
(Identified by Gordon Thompson, 8th October 2012)

THE SENTIMENTAL AGENT: Finishing School (Harry Fine, 1963)
Bill Randall (John Turner) and Chin (Burt Kwouk) turn off the road (Staple Hill Chobham Common).
(Identified by Gordon Thompson, 8th October 2012)

DANGER MAN: Dangerous Secret (Stuart Burge: 1965)
Drake follows M. Barbier from his antiques shop using a tracking device (Burma Road Chobham Common).
(Identified by Gordon Thompson, 8th October 2012)

Church Cove, Gunwalloe, Cornwall

THE SAINT: The Old Treasure Story (Roger Moore, May/June 1965)
After the funeral of Captain Bill, the Saint remains in Cornwall.

Corbiere Lighthouse, Jersey

THE CHAMPIONS: The Silent Enemy (Robert Asher: April 1967)
Two lighthouse keepers spot a submarine off shore that leads the Champions into a deadly underwater adventure.
Identified by Paul Mitchell

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Vendetta for a Dead Man (Cyril Frankel: Autumn 1968)
Intent on celebrating the anniversary of his incarceration, Jansen takes Jean Hopkirk to the top of a precipitous cliff with the intent of throwing her into the sea.

DEPARTMENT S: Soup of the Day (Leslie Norman: Spring 1969)
Fernando Segres is taken from Lisbon to be thrown into sea.

Crackington Haven, Cornwall

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Lion And The Unicorn (Ray Austin: 1977)
Steed and Purdey, in Purdey's TR7, are chased by The Unicorn's men around a sharp bend near the coast (just South of Crackington Haven).

Cranfield Airport, Bedfordshire

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Assault Force (Peter Sasdy: 1977)
Simon organises the kidnapping of an Asian diplomat at “Midlands East” Airport.
(Identified by Robert Truman of Control Towers and Nigel Brooks, June 2002)

Crowthorne, nr. Bracknell, Surrey

INSPECTOR MORSE: Driven to Distraction (Sandy Johnson: 1989)
Morse (John Thaw), Lewis (Kevin Whately) and Sergeant Maitland (Mary Jo Randle) go to visit the Oxford Driving Centre (The Transport and Road Research Laboratory). They find a driving instructor (Kate Doherty) teaching a student and ask to see Derek Whittaker (David Ryall) just as he arrives back with his student, Jimmy (Jake Wood). Later Morse returns for a series of lessons with Whittaker.

RNAS Culdrose, nr.Helston, Cornwall

THE CHAMPIONS: The Dark Island (Cyril Frankel: February 1967)
Richard Barrett parachutes down to the island to act as support for Sharron and Craig’s plan.
(Identified by Colin Jordan, March 2008)

DEPARTMENT S: The Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: Spring 1969)
Jason King jumps from a plane with a parachute in order to see where Anthony James Harvey could possibly have landed.
(Identified by Colin Jordan, March 2008)

Crystal Palace Park, Surrey

UFO: The Responsibility Seat(Alan Perry: August 1969)
Ed Straker (Ed Bishop) escorts Jo Fraser (Jane Merrow) back to her car after she has interviewed him at the Harlington-Straker Studios (Crystal Palace National Sports Centre). She watches him walk away to his duties on the back-lot then makes her way back to Straker's office.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, January 2013)
Later Ed Straker (Ed Bishop) chases Jo Fraser (Jane Merrow) in his car after she flees from the motel after being confronted by Straker. After a short chase Straker forces Jo off the road (Crystal Palace Race Circuit, disused since 1972 ).
(Identified by Ian Press October 2005 and confirmed by Marishka von Saatz)

Dartmoor Prison, Princetown, Devon

THE SAINT: Escape Route (Roger Moore: October 1966)
Simon Templer arrives is sent to Dartmoor Prison to serve his ten-year sentence.

Delabole Quarry, Delabole, Cornwall

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Lion And The Unicorn (Ray Austin: 1977)
Steed and Purdey, in Purdey's TR7, are chased to a quarry by The Unicorn's men but manage to out drive the car that is following them and it crashes off the road and into the quarry floor below.

Desborough Cut, Surrey

    
photos: Sam Denham

DANGER MAN: The Black Book (Michael Truman: 1965)
Sir Noel Blanchard (Griffith Jones) arrives at the river with his blackmail payment and finds a note attached to a dog (access road from Walton Lane to South bank of Desborough Cut, Desborough Cut Lower Bridge visible). After a dog swims off with Sir Noel Blanchard’s blackmail payment, Drake gives chase across a bridge (Desborough Cut Upper Bridge from Desborough Island to Walton Lane). Later Drake watches as One of Simone’s blackmail victims delivers his payment by throwing it from a boat. Later still, one of Simone’s blackmail victims parks his car by a bridge (Desborough Cut Upper Bridge) to drop off another blackmail payment.

Dolwyddelan, Conwy

DANGER MAN: That's Two of Us Sorry(Quentin Lawrence: June 1964)
John Drake drives to Loch Broom Atomic Power Station(A470 after Dolwyddelan Castle before Blaenau Festiniog).

Drws-y-Coed-Isaf, B4418, (between Rhyd-Ddu and Nantlle) Gwynedd

 

THE SAINT: The Golden Journey (Robert S. Baker, October 1962)
Simon Templer and Belinda start to cross the mountains on their journey towards Torremolinos.

 

 

Donnington Castle, New bury, Berkshire

THE SAINT: Little Girl Lost (Roy Baker: Aug/Sep 1966)
The VW Beetle carrying Mullins, Brine and their kidnapp victims arrives at their hide out.


Photo:  Sam Denham

Dover, Kent

THE SAINT: Flight Plan (Roy Baker: August/September 1966)
Simon, piloting the Osprey, crosses the English coastline (just east of Dover and swing towards the north of the town).

THE PRISONER: Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (Pat Jackson: August 1967)
Number 6 takes his Lotus across the English Channel on the ferry “Maid of Kent”.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Diplomat’s Daughter (Charles Crichton: 1978)
Simon Templar and Marie arrive in Dover hot on the trail of the drug-filled Rolls Royce. Marie steals Simon’s Jaguar and drives from the ferry terminal.

THE PROTECTORS: The Number Game. (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) and The Contessa Di Contini (Nyree Dawn Porter) travel to the hovercraft port to watch if their contact has arrived.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

Dunstable, Hertfordshire

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: The Man Who Fell Apart (Roy Baker: July 1964)
On his way to Guildford, Dr Roger Corder drives his Humber Hawk along a suburban road (Whipsnade Road/West Street).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, March 2010)

Dunstable Downs, A4541, Hertfordshire

DANGER MAN: The Gallows Tree (Michael Truman: 1959)
The car of an agricultural machinery salesman is stolen in the Highland of Scotland. Later Craig (Ewan Rogers) tries to knock John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) over a cliff in his Land Rover.
(Confirmed by Jon Scott, December 2002)

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: The Man Who Fell Apart (Roy Baker: July 1964)
Establishing shots of Garthside Kennels, East Langdon (Icknield Way Farm). Joy South (Rita Tushingham) takes food to the dogs and is joined by Patrick Grant (Alan Dobie), who suggests that they go on a picnic. Seeing South’s assistant Sam (John Rae) approaching, Grant asks him to look after the place until they return. Later, after walking some of the dogs on the moor Joy South and Patrick Grant return. Some days later, Joy is once again on the moor walking some of her dogs, when she sees an E-Type Jaguar heading towards the kennels and thinking that Patrick has returned she rushes back there. Sometime later, Corder (Herbert Lom) pays Joy a visit parking his Humber in front of the gates to the boarding kennels he accompanies Joy who walking some of her dogs on the Downs. In Autumn, Samcatches the pregnant Joy doing some manual work and offers to do it for her, just as Patrick arrives in his Ford Consul. That night a distressed Joy runs from the kennels, followed by Patrick.

THE PRISONER: Living in Harmony (David Tomblin: September 1967)
After his resignation, the Sheriff (Patrick McGoohan) is stopped by six gunmen (Bill Nick, Les Crawford, Frank Maher, Max Faulkner, Bill Cummings and Eddie Eddon) and carried off. After escaping from Harmony, the Sheriff is lassoed by three horsemen and dragged back to town. Later the Sheriff rides out and captures the two men watching the road.

DEPARTMENT S: Who Plays the Dummy? (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
The NATO convoy travels through Spain (A4541) unaware of the danger they have just avoided.

PROTECTORS: Wheels (David Tomblin: 1972)
The route taken by the rally car driven by Harry and Paul includes a section of the Downs and the A4541

Dymchurch, Kent

THE AVENGERS: Who's Who??? (John Moxey: April 1967)
Lola and Basil watch some film of Emma Peel (Diana Rigg) including a sequence of her riding along a beach (filmed during 29th September 1965 photo shoot at Saint Mary's Bay).

East Molesley

H.G.WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Man in Disguise (Quentin Lawrence/Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Brady drives across the railway crossing (Level Crossing, Summer Road) with Sally and turns onto Hampton Court way. Their pursuers, in a Sunbeam Rapier, are caught at the level crossing and have to wait for the gates to open.

THE CHAMPIONS: A Case of Lemmings (Paul Dickson: Summer 1967)
Claudine (Jeanne Roland) walks down to the river, walks across the weir (connecting East Molesley Lock with Ash Island) and then throws herself into the water.
(Identified by Jon Webb confirmed by Wyn Roberts)

Edinburgh

DANGER MAN: The Sanctuary (Charles Frend: 1959)
Drake, posing as Michael Liamond, takes a train which crosses the Forth bridge on it way toGlen Doon
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, June 2014).

THE BARON: Enemy of the State (Jeremy Summers: December 1965)
A British agent is held by the secret police in this Easter European Country.

THE PROTECTORS: Shadbolt (John Hough: 1973)
Shadbolt (Tom Bell) looks down on Edinburgh from Holyrood Park. He visits the Forth Road Bridge and High Street. He walks towards South Learmonth Avenue with Fettes College in the background. He walks down Melville Street towards St Mary's Cathedral and at Horse Wynde he receives a telephone call. After walking down the steps of The Vennel he calls into a newsagents on Grassmarket, near where it meets West Port, to collect a package. At Calton New Burial Ground he opens the package and then catches a train from Waverley Station.
(additional research by Paul Stroud, May 2009)

THE ADVENTURER: Action! (Barry Morse: 1972)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) arrives at Waverley Station. He steps into a waiting car and is chauffeured through the city.

Eilean Donan Castle, Highland Region, Scotland £

DANGER MAN: The Relaxed Informer (Anthony Bushell: 1960)
The island of the Paxites.
(Source: Chris Bentley)

THE SAINT: The Convenient Monster (Leslie Norman: February 1966)
The Saint discusses the castles of Scotland.

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Eagle's Nest (Desmond Davis: April 1976)
Stannard (Brian Anthony) is pursued across St. Dorca by Karl (Frank Gutliff) and Hara (Sydney Bromley) using fishing rods as weapons. Purdey (Joanna Lumley) and Steed (Patrick Macnee) both land on the island and are later joined by Gambit (Gareth Hunt) as they escort their prisoners from the castle.

Television:
Asda Commercial with Joanna Lumley and Harry Enfield (1991)

Films:
HIGHLANDER (1986)
THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH (1999)

Eltisley, nr. St. Neots, Cambridgeshire

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
Potter (Christopher Benjamin) keeps score at a cricket match as Col. Hawke Englishe bats. As he approaches his century a ball knocked out of the pitch is replaced by a mysterious figure in white. When the next ball is bowled it explodes killing the colonel. Later the secret agent is sent to take over from where Englishe left off.

Emsworth, Hampshire

THE SAINT: The Gentle Ladies (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
Scenes of Bosham village sea front (from the corner of the sea front to South Street).

Englefield House, nr.Reading, Berkshire £

INSPECTOR MORSE: Twilight of the Gods (Herbert Wise: 1993)
Charlton Woodville the home of Andrew Baydon (Robert Hardy), which he shares with his family, Adele (Celia Montague) and Arabella (Rachel Weisz).
(
location identified by Keith Howard, February 2003)

Epson Racecourse, Berkshire £

GIDEON’S WAY: The Big Fix (James Hill: September 1964)
The Derby is run at Epson with Hilarion the favourite. Jo Short is shocked when the horse actually wins.

Ettington Park, Warwickshire


photo Stephen Gallagher

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened To George Foster? (Don Chaffey: November 1964)
The family home of Lady Ammanford and her sister.
(Identified by Richard Lee-Van den Daele, January 2008)

DANGER MAN: Have A Glass Of Wine (Peter Maxwell: 1964)
John Drake makes a nocturnal call to the home of Lamaze

Film:
THE HAUNTING (1963)

Felixstowe, Suffolk

JASON KING: A Thin Band of Air(Cyril Frankel: 1971)
Jason is posing with a copy of his latest book by the Merry-Go-Round at a fun fair (Charles Manning's Amusement Park) as he is photographed by Lee Bailey. Assassin, John Hewlett, makes his way to the top of the big dipper to find his vantage point. He shoots the book out of Jason's hand. Jason and Lee run for cover.
(location identified by David Auger February 2001)

The Fairy Glen Hotel, Bettws y Coed, Wales

 
Photo: Stephen McKay

DANGER MAN: The Professionals (Michael Truman: 1964)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) stops at a café so that Pearson (Jerry Stovin) can get a drink. They soon attract the attention of the local authorities and their car is sabotaged. They run into the woods and when more police arrive with tracker dogs they double back and steal a police car to make their escape.
(Identified by Pat)

Faringdon Folly Tower, Faringdon, Oxfordshire £ (check opening times)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Dead Men are Dangerous (Sidney Hayers: Spring 1977)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) attempt to enter the tower where Purdy is being held.
(Identified by Gareth Hughes, April 2003)

Furneux Pelham, Hertfordshire

GIDEON’S WAY: The Lady-Killer (Leslie Norman: September 1964)
Robert Carne (Ray Barrett) and Marion Grove (Rosemary Leach) arrive at the country cottage they have rented (Pheasant Cottage, The Causeway).Carne goes for a drink and an alibi at the local pub (The Star, The Causeway). He notices the police station (Brick Cottage, The Causeway) and decides to use the local sergeant to confirm his story. It is not long before Bert Macey (John Tate) arrives at the cottage to make trouble for Carne.
(Identified by Greg Mishevski, aka SainT on the Britmovie Forum, February 2011)

Folkestone, Kent

THE PRISONER: The Chimes of Big Ben (Don Chaffey, 1967)
Nadia points out the cave (The Warren near the Battle of Britain memorial) towards which they are heading in the home-made dinghy just before Rover attacks. Number 6 and Nadia jump from the boat and start to swim towards the shore (Copt Point, just below Wear Bay Road).
(Identified from clues from cameraman Robert Monks quoted in the The Unmutual web site, June 2007 -this may also be the location for Rover intercepting Nadia at sea during her first escape attempt)

Framlingham Castle, Suffolk

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD: The Path of True Love (Terrence Fisher: 1957)

Frensham Ponds, Surrey


Photo: Ivor Williams

DANGERMAN: Such Men Are Dangerous (Don Chaffey: 1964)
Drake steals a Land Rover and is pursued by his former comrades.

THE BARON: Red Horse, Red Rider (John Moxey: July/August 1965)
The Baron travels to Khakania and drives to the house of Olmira with his granddaughter, Savannah. They are followed all the way by Salar and Shamir in a Jeep. Later, Dressed as farmers The Baron and Savannah drive across Khakania to the border, with the statuette, followed by Salar and Shamir in the Jeep (Frensham Common).

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Somewhere In A Crowd (Alan Gibson: 1968)
William Searle (David Hedison) takes Marielle (Jane Asher) away for the day in the country, he stops at a village (Frensham) to phone his wife with a suitable excuse. After deciding to give his marriage a second chance, William Searle takes Ann Bell (Ruth Searle) away for a holiday (they stay at Frensham Pond Hotel, Pond Lane, Frensham). As William watches as Ann take a swim (in Frensham Pond) he suddenly realises Marielle is watching him. Soon William is horrified to see the rest of the mysterious watchers (George McGrath, Frank Cousins, Kaplan Kaye, Ann King, Elizabeth Robillard) appear.
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2007)

Films:
THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES (1959)
THE PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES (1966)
THE REPTILE (1966)

Fulwell and Westbury Station, Westbury, Buckinghamshire (redeveloped)

THE SAINT: The Set-Up (Roy Baker: October 1964)
Tex Goldman (Henry Gilbert) arrives at the site of the 25,000 pound Mail van robbery, Portsmouth Road railway crossing. The robbery is to coincide with the 9:25 train. Clem Enright posing as a police motorcycle officer intercepts the Mail Van.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2008)

RAF Fylingdales, Snod Hill, North Yorkshire (redeveloped)

THE AVENGERS: The Grave-Diggers(Quentin Lawrence: March 1965)
An early warning radar station suffers from interference from an unknown source (image flipped, the 'golf balls' were removed in 1989 and replaced by 'pyramids').
(Missing entry spotted by Mike Richardson)

Gatwick Airport, West Sussex

THE SAINT: The Rough Diamonds (Peter Yates: 1963)
Simon Templar has arrived at Gatwick Airport with Alan Uttreshaw who is carrying a consignment of industrial diamonds into the country.

Greenford, Middlesex

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Web with Four Spiders (Robert Tronson: January 1967)
Croft leaves McGill in the limousine with his chauffeur, Frederick (on Oldfield Lane). Later, with Frederick in the back of the limousine, McGill leaves his hotel and drives off for London followed by intelligence agents (from the car park on to Ruislip Road).
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, July 2010)

Glasgow, Scotland

 
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THE BARON: Diplomatic Immunity (Leslie Norman: August 1965)
Templeton-Greene sends John Mannering to meet his contact in Pamaranea (view from the University Tower looking N.N.W.).

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Find the Lady (Robert Tronson: October 1966)
Mori arranges to meet Julio in a Roman cemetery (Glasgow Necropolis, Castle Street). McGill is waiting, but his plan to catch Julio falls to pieces as he escapes into the catacombs.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Sentimental Journey (Leslie Norman: July 1968)
Jeff arrives at a Glasgow tenement to find the courier (Maclean Street between Cragiehall Street and Rutland Place, demolished).Later Randall leaves Glasgow with Dandy Garrison on the London Express from Glasgow Central Station (establishing shot Glasgow Central Station, Gordon Street).
(Identified by Paul Stroud, May 2010)

Glencoe, Argyll, Scotland


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THE SAINT: The Man Who Could not Die (Roger Moore, May 1965)
The Saint hires a local guide to take him to Dragon’s Cave to search for Miles Hamlin and Nigel Perry (World Backgrounds 9476).

THE PRISONER: Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (Pat Jackson: August 1967)
A slide of Bideannam Bian(shown reversed), is part of a set of “36 dreary and badly shot colour shots” given to Number 6 by Seltzman.

Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder, Perth and Kinross, Scotland

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Boston Square (Don Chaffey: February 1967)
Sir Eric Coulsdon and McGill play a game of Golf as they discuss terms for McGill to track down Dalby.
(Identified by Michael Richardson, 18th December 2008)

Gorey, Jersey

THE SAINT: The People Importers (Ray Austin: 1968)
After solving the case Simon Templar returns to the Sussex coast to fish with Laura.
(Identified by Leyther8008, on the Britmovie Forum, December 2008)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Property Of A Gentleman (Peter Duffell: Summer 1967)
Establishing shot of French port as Gilsen waits at a cafe before heading across the channel.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, May 2009)

Grantchester, Cambridgeshire

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Jane Brown's Body (Alan Gibson: 1968)
After visiting his college Paul Amory (David Buck) takes Jane Brown (Stephanie Powers) for a drink at a local pub (The Red Lion, 33 High Street). Whilst Paul is fetching Jane a coat she is startled by the sound of a passing train and wanders off looking for Paul.

Great Chishill Mill, nr. Royston, Cambridgeshire

THE BARON: Countdown (Robert Asher: October 1966)
The Baron, in his Jensen, chases Arkin Morley's Rover and it crashes by a windmill. Arkin enters the mill and Mannering follows.

Gun Hill, nr. Wells-Next-The Sea, Norfolk

THE AVENGERS: The Town Of No Return (Peter Graham Scott: November 1964)
Saul (Robert Brown) is mending nets on the beach near Little Bazeley by the Sea (just east of Gun Hill) when a mysterious figure emerges from the sea wearing a waterproof bag. (Alan McNaughton). The man asks for directions to Little Bazeley.
(Identified by Jon Webb, December 2002)

Hainault Underground Depot, Hainault, Essex

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
Jason and Sulivan interview London Underground employees about the murders at a Tube terminal.
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2008)

Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Court Road, Richmond Upon Thames, Greater London £

THE BARON: The Maze (Jeremy Summers: June 1966)
Walter Farrow stalks Mannering and Cordelia as they investigate the maze in the grounds of Crestview House.

Hams Hall Power Stations, Warkickshire (demolished)

DEPARTMENT S: The Shift That Never Was (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
Establishing shots of Northover Atomic Power Station.

Hansworth Park House, Forest Road, Feltham, Greater London

INSPECTOR MORSE: Cherubim & Seraphim (Danny Boyle: 1991)
Whilst Morse (John Thaw) waits for Gwen Morse (Edwina Day) at the nursing home, Doctor Collier (Jason Isaacs) arrives. Gwen is brought out by her daughter, Joyce (Sorcha Cusack), but she refuses to go with Morse despite a nurse's (Celia Blaker) intervention.

Harlech Castle, Harlech, Gwynedd £

THE PERSUADERS!:A Death In the Family (Sidney Hayers: 1971)
Uncle Angus' Scottish castle.

Harpur's Downs Ford, nr.Camelford, Cornwall

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Lion And The Unicorn (Ray Austin: 1977)
Steed and Purdey, in Purdey's TR7, are chased through the ford by The Unicorn's men.

Harrow, Middlesex

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Most Episodes
The offices of Randall and Hopkirk, private investigators (Adams furniture store situated on corner of Kymberly Road and Springfield Road area now redeveloped as part of St. Georges shopping centre).
(Pinpointed by Andy Hulse)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Trouble with Women (Cyril Frankel: October 1968)
Jeff and Marty in the Vauxhall follow Paul Lang, in his limousine (short sequences of drivers point of view long Station Road from 345 Station Road and 292 Station Road). Also, Jeff (Harry Fielder) follows Paul Lang if his Vauxhall with Marty (Dougie Lockyer) giving him advice on the way (panning shot to 61 Lower Road, Roxeth).
(Identified by Nick Williams: 1998)

UFO: Confetti Check A-O.K. (David Lane: November 1969)
An office block being built opposite the Harlington Straker film studios to cover the construction of S.H.A.D.O.'s underground headquarters (Northwick Park Hospital, Watford Road).
(Identified by Andrew Chilcott, March 2008)

Hastings, Kent

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: The Last Visitor (Don Chaffey: 1968)
Hastings, Kent - Barbara King (Patty Duke) arrives at the Beach Hotel in Southcliff-on-Sea (2 Pelham Crescent) and books in, the last visitor of the season. Barbara takes the opportunity to visit the pier. Later Mrs. Walker takes Barbara shopping to Butler’s Emporium (70 George Street).Barbara returns to the shop later to find our more about Mr. Walker and then walks back to the seafront.

Heathrow Airport, Greater London

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Locked Room (Pennington Richards: 1958)
The Invisible Man drives the hearse with Tania's coffin aboard down the slip road from the A4, and pulls up in front of the control tower to be met by Phillips and a security guard. They allow the hearse onto the apron just as Dushkin's limousine arrives. The hearse pulls up in front of Tania's aircraft.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Decoy (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Establishing shot of the airport.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Man In Disguise (Quentin Lawrence and Peter Maxwell:1959)
Nick's gang drive off past the control tower.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SENTIMENTAL AGENT: All That Jazz (Charles Friend, 1962)
The Arthur Rogers Quintet (Anneke Wills, Riggs O’Hara, Jeremy Bullock, James Luck and Hugh Fletcher) arrive at the airport where they are met by Bill Randall (John Turner) and have to go through immigration and customs. Later Carlos Varell (Carlos Thompson) arrives in his Aston Martin to meet with the group.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, February 2011)

THE AVENGERS: Sell Out (Don Leaver: June 1962)
Steed and Doctor King drive to Heathrow Airport in an AC sports car (they enter Tunnel Road East).
(Identified by Michael Richardson, April 2013)

THE SAINT: Starring The Saint (James Hill: 1963)
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: Luella (Roy Baker: 1963)
Establishing shots of the airport, including a car pulling up.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: The Lawless Lady (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
The Countess Marova's Rolls-Royce turns into the airport from the Bath Road.
(Spotted by  Sam Denham, September 2000)

DANGER MAN: It's Up To The Lady (Michael Truman: 1964)
Glover's car enters London Airport as he flees the country to Albania.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened To George Foster? (Don Chaffey: November 1964)
Certhia Cooper is driven away in a Rolls-Royce followed by Drake's Mini.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

DANGER MAN: A Room in the Basement (Don Chaffey: 1964)
The Turbulls arrive in Geneva by plane. Later Drake arrives in Geneva.

DANGER MAN: Colony Three (Don Chaffey: July 1964)
The Comet carrying Drake arrives in Easter Europe.

DANGER MAN: The Mirror's New (Michael Truman: 1964)
Bierce’s Lufthansa flight from Paris descends into Cologne/Bonn Airport.

GIDEON’S WAY: The Great Plane Robbery (Leslie Norman: March-April 1965)
Stock footage of Russian Plane landing.

DANGERMAN: The Affair At Castelevara (Quentin Lawrence: 1964)
Ramos Torres flies into his homeland from France. Later John Drake arrives at the same airport to help rescue Torres.

DANGER MAN: Have A Glass Of Wine (Peter Maxwell: 1964)
John Drake follows Martin to Paris.

THE SAINT: The Crime of the Century (John Gilling: January 1965)
Templar and Teal are waiting for the arrival of Carl Munster. At the same time David Tregrath arrives with Betty Tregrath to catch TEA 7 to Zurich

THE BARON: Diplomatic Immunity (Leslie Norman: August 1965)
David Marlowe is waiting at London Airport when John Mannering arrives in the country. David drives Mannering from the airport in the Jensen.

THE BARON: The Edge of Fear (Quentin Lawrence, May 1966)
An Air France plane flies Kent Jordan into the country posing as a typhoid victim. As the ambulance leaves the airport it is carrying something far more valuable than the patient.

THE SAINT: The Paper Chase (Leslie Norman: August 1966)
After stealing the file on "East Zone Operatives" Eric Redman catches a plane to Berlin.

THE BARON: Farewell to Yesterday (Leslie Norman: September 1965)
After arriving on a flight from Rome airline steward, Robert Rawson, sets off for home in his Mini.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Girl Who Never Was (Robert Tronson: November 1966)
McGill flies back in to London from the continent

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Day Of Execution (Charles Crichton: December 1966/January 1967)
McGill is at Heathrow Airport to see Willard off to Germany. After Willard leaves for his flight an urgent call for "Mr. Mariocki" is posted on the public address system, McGill goes to investigate.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Web with Four Spiders (Robert Tronson: January 1967)
Dr James Norbert (Ray McAnally) arrives at London Airport from Manchester and is met by various officials and his daughter Martha (Jacqueline Ellis).

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Boston Square (Don Chaffey: February 1967)
Instead of attending the Chairman's meeting Dalby leaves the country for Greece. After his assignment McGill returns to London alone.

THE SAINT: The Master Plan (Leslie Norman: 1967)
Mr. Ching arrives in London for a meeting with Cord Thrandel.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Mission (Robert Asher: May 1967)
Posing as a fugitive gangster and his moll, Craig and Sharon arrive at London Airport where the press are waiting for them.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Experiment (Cyril Frankel: June 1967)
Tremayne sends some police detectives to watch Sharron Macready (Alexandra Bastedo) when she arrives at London Airport (Heathrow Airport, Terminal 2, Clifton Road). She flags down a taxi, but is intercepted by another which has been waiting for her. As the taxi drives off the two policemen follow in their car.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, April 2009)

THE SAINT: The Double Take (Leslie Norman: Spring 1968)
Simon Templar visits Heathrow Airport to drop off a package.

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Case for The Bishop (Alan Perry: Autumn 1968)
Father Unwin (Stanley Unwin) arrives in his Model T Ford, Gabriel, at the airport to drop off Matthew so he can sabotage the plane.

THE SECRET SERVICE: May-Day, May Day! (Alan Perry: Autumn 1968)
Sinister plans are made for the king’s light to New York.

STRANGE REPORT: 7931 Sniper: 'When is your cousin not?' (Daniel Petrie: September/October 1968)
Strange’s aircraft flies into LublinAirport, Lubianka.
(Identified by Ian Press, October 2005)

DEPARTMENT S: Six Days (Cyril Frankel: 1968)
The missing plane arrives. Stuart Sulivan (Joel Fabiani) chases the Stevens (Charles Houston), the navigator, into the subway service tunnel. Stuart Sulivan (Joel Fabiani) takes Captain Carter (Bernard Horsefall) and Borowwitsh (Peter Bowles) for a flight in a jet liner. When they return Borowwitsh is shot by a sniper. Durres (Al Mancini) is listening from outside Terminal 3.

DEPARTMENT S: One of Our Aircraft is Empty (Paul Dickson: 1968)
Skytripper 190 lands at the airport with no flight crew or passengers aboard. Jason and Sullivan go to the airport to investigate.

DEPARTMENT S: The Trojan Tanker (Ray Austin: Summer 1968)
Jason King and Stuart Sullivan watch from Jason’s Bentley as the tanker arrives at the Pan Am hanger.

DEPARTMENT S: The Ghost of Mary Burnham (Cyril Frankel : 1968)
Stuart Sullivan meets Sir Curtis Seretse at London Airport and they leave for London in Sir Curtis’ Rolls Royce

DEPARTMENT S: The Bones of Byrom Blain (Paul Dickson: 1968)
Stewart Sullivan arrives in London after foiling the attempted kidnapping of CIA agent Wilber Smith.

STRANGE REPORT: Report No.2475 - REVENGE: 'When a man hates' (Charles Crichton: November 1968)
Churchill attempts to catch a flight out of England to Milan before Hanson can take his revenge.

DEPARTMENT S: The Man From 'X' (Gil Taylor: Early 1969)
Annabelle and Jason wait at HeathrowAirport for a new 'Key' to arrive.
Sullivan’s plane arrives from New York

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Ghost Who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo (Jeremy Summers: June 1969)
The aeroplane carrying Jeff, Jean and Marty's Aunt Clara to Monte Carlo takes off.

THE PERSUADERS!:That's Me Over There (Leslie Norman: Nov/Dec 1970)
The Judge (Laurence Naismith) exits the terminal building and is met by Danny in his red Ferrari.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, October 2002)

THE PERSUADERS!:Element of Risk (Gerald Mayer: February 1971)
As he exits the terminal building, Danny (Tony Curtis) is mistaken for Lomax by Charlie (June Ritchie).  Brett arrives in BS1 in time to see Danny leaving with Charlie.  In an office overlooking the airfield, two detectives question the real Lomax (Shane Rimmer).
(Identified by Stephen Carter, October 2002)

THE PROTECTORS: …With a Little Help from My Friends (Jeremy Summers: Winter 1971)
Caroline and Paul arrive in London and are welcomed by Harry Rule.

THE ADVENTURER: Double Exposure (Cyril Frankel: 1972)
Establishing shot of Terminal 1.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

THE PROTECTORS: Burning Bush (Don Leaver: Winter 1972)
Adam Ferris (Anthony Steel) leaves Terminal 3, gets into a Rolls Royce and is driven off to his meeting with Harry Rule.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, March 2009)

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Midas Touch (Robert Fuest: Spring 1976)
Purdey (Joanna Lumley) and Steed (Patrick Macnee) wait for the arrival of "The Fat Man" at Terminal 3. Steed spots Hong Kong Harry (Ronald Lacey) trying to sneak out. As they approach Harry is shot by an assassin disguised as flight crew. Purdey gives chase as the assassin leaves the building and gets in to his car. Gambit (Gareth Hunt) is waiting in his car so Purdey gets in and they chase after the assassin.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Poppy Chain (Charles Crighton: ???)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) changes identity with Frank Rickman (Gary Waldhorn) with the help of a customs officer.

THE PROTECTORS: Wheels (David Tomblin: 1973)
Sneider (George Pravda) arrives at London airport (Terminal 1) and gets into his chauffer driven Bentley.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, April 2009)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Arrangement(Peter Medek: ???)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) escorts Sheila Northcott (Sarah Douglas) through the airport where they witness Lady Greer Stevens (Carolyn Seymour) trip Hansen (David Healy) down an escalator. When they return to the airport, Simon is approached by an American passenger (Sandra Dickinson).

RETURN OF THE SAINT: One Black September (Leslie Norman: 1977)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) is picked up by a pair of Israeli agents. Much later Captain Leila Sabin (Prunella Gee) and Simon escort Abdul Akim (Garrick Hagon) to his flight to Guyana. Before he leaves Abdul says his farewell to Yasmina (June Bolton). Simon spots Rahman (NadimSawaiha) at the airport but says nothing.
(Spotted by  Sam Denham)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Obono Affair (Peter Sasdy: ???)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) sees Colonel Dyson (Jack Hedley) about to board a fight. But when he returns to his car he sees Dyson returning to his. He follows Dyson from the airport to to a nearby hotel (Holiday Inn Heathrow Hotel ,Sipson Road, West Drayton).
(Spotted by  Sam Denham)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Yesterday's Hero (Roy Ward Baker: 1978)
Following an establishing shot of the Airport, Roy Gates (Ian Hendry) is stopped by two policemen as he arrives. Dizzy (Tony Vogel) follows him from the arrivals area.
(Spotted by  Sam Denham)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Assault Force (Peter Sasdy: 1978)
Simon Templar (lan Ogilvy) boards the airport bus at Terminal Three behind Jeanette (Kate O'Mara) and when it gets to a perimeter car park, saves her from assassination.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Henley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire

INSPECTOR MORSE: The Sins of the Fathers (Peter Hammond: 1989)
Late one night Trevor Radford is attacked and killed at Radford and Son's Brewery (Breakspears Brewery, New Street). He is found the following morning by the brewery staff. When Chief Inspector Morse (John Thaw) and Lewis (Kevin Whately) arrive in Morse's Jaguar to investigate, the pathologist is waiting for them. Norman Weaks explains the current financial condition of the firm to the detectives and introduces them to Gale, the company secretary. They also talk to the Head Brewer and Mr. Price. A few nights later Helen Radford (Kim Thomson) goes to the Brewery looking for Stephen Radford (Paul Shelley) but finds him murdered. Later Cynthia goes to talk to Gale about her son just as Charles Radford (Lionel Jeffries) and Isobel (Isabel Dean) arrive foe a board meeting.

Highgrove Bath, Campell Close, Ruislip, Greater London £

THE CHAMPIONS: Desert Journey (Paul Dickson: Spring 1968)
Sharron (Alexandra Bastedo) goes for a lengthy underwater swim much to the surprise of two pool attendants.

Hitchin Station Goods Yard Hertfordshire (now part of Wedgewood Road redevelopment)

THE SAINT: The Contract (Roger Moore: October 1964)
Jack Farnberg (Robert Hutton) forces Eileen Ballinger (Elizabeth Weaver) to an empty railway carriage where he interrogates her about “Richard Reason”. Later Simon Templar (Roger Moore) and Dunstan (Dick Haymes) follow Farnberg to the railway from London. They drive through a tunnel (Wymondley Road to the south of the goods yard). They chase Farnberg across the railway lines and a gunfight ensues.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2008)

Hockliffe, Bedfordshire (demolished)


Photo: Mark Buckledee

THE AVENGERS: The £50,000 Breakfast (Robert Day: July 1967)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) visit a garage (A5 Garage, A5, redeveloped) to talk to a mechanic (Richard Owens) about Rhodes' car.
(Identified by Jaz Wiseman, March 2005, Confirmed by Mark Buckledee)

Hounslow, Middlesex

THE PERSUADERS!That's Me Over There (Leslie Norman: 1970)
After leaving Heathrow Airport, Danny Wilde and Judge Fulton drive along in Danny's red Ferrari Dino on their way into central London to meet Brett Sinclair.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, August 2011)

Inveraray, Argyll and Bute

THE SAINT: The Convenient Monster(Leslie Norman: February 1966)
Simon Templar is in Scotland, a land of castles and cottages.

THE BARON: The Man Outside (Roy Baker: September 1966)
(World Backgrounds 9464)
(Identified by M. Briscoe, July 2003)

Isle of Wight

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Boston Square (Don Chaffey: February 1967)
McGill watches as Dalby and Packard return to Corfu from yet another trip into the Adriatic Sea. They moor their boat (on the jetty at The Parade, Cowes) and enter the village (The motor yacht is a Christina 38 provided by the London Power Boat Company).
(Tony
Pendrey on the Britmovie Forum, May 2009)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Collision Course Part One: The Brave Goose (Cyril Frankel: 1978)
Vic (Prentiss Hancock) and Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) are in Cowes preparing for the annual power boat race. Also there for the race are Oscar West (Edward Brayshaw) and his wife Annabel West (Gayle Hunnicutt). After the collision of Oscar’s boat Simon and Vic take their boat to the Needles to investigate.

Isleworth

H.G.WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Decoy (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Toni Trent (Betta St.John) arrives at The London Apprentice (Church Street) with The Invisible Man, who enters the building. Andreas (Wolf Morris) arrives and enters the pub. The Invisible Man returns to Toni to plan her sister's escape. After borrowing fourpence he make a call from a phone box while Andreas forces Toni aboard his boat. The Invisible Man follows in a dinghy.
(Source: Sam Denham)


Photo: Alan Field

THE BARON: The Edge of Fear (Quentin Lawrence: May 1966)
Jordan drives Mannering towards the water works pump house where Montford and Colbert are waiting for him to identify the stolen artefact.
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2007)

Film:
THE CRIMINAL (1960)

Kersey, Suffolk

THE CHAMPIONS: The Final Countdown (John Gilling: January 1968)
Sharron Macready and Richard Barrett go to an pub to interview the landlord about the German plane he shot down in the last days of the war.
(Identified by Gareth Hughes, April 2003)

Kingston-on-Thames

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Day of Execution (Charles Crichton: Dec 1966/Jan 1967)
McGill and Moira drive Willard to McGill’s flat and later McGill chases a mysterious car around the streets.

THE SAINT: The Time to Die (Roy Baker: April 1968)
Simon Templar drives Mary Ellen Brent home in his Volvo (back projection using Day of Execution footage from the railway station and down along Clarence Street and Eden Street past "Bentalls", now “Beales” department store).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: All Work and No Pay (Jeremy Summers: Early 1969)
The Foster brothers’ drive to Jeanie’s flat (back projection using Day of Execution footage).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Money to Burn (Ray Austin: January 1969)
After an evening with his lawyer, Elizabeth Saxon, Jeff drives her home. He offers here a nightcap to round off the evening (back projection using Day of Execution footage past Bentalls", now “Beales” department store and Fife Road).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Man From Nowhere (Robert Tronson: March 1969)
Sheldon manages to escape from Mannering and Hyde Watson and drives away from the warehouse in their Bentley (back projection using Day of Execution footage of Fife Road).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Vendetta for a Dead Man (Cyril Frankel: March 1969)
As the police Landover drives away the officers discuss the possible reason for Eric Jansen's escape. Later Jeff is driving over to Jeanie's flat in his Vauxhall when he is intercepted my Marty with new that Jean has already left to see Emile (both feature back projection using Day of Execution footage).

Knowl Hill, Berkshireû

 

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Midas Touch (Robert Fuest: Spring 1976)
Freddy (John Carson) calls Steed (Patrick Macnee) to a meeting at a sand pit (Knowl Hill landfill, Star Lane, KnowlHill). Steed and Purdey (Joanna Lumley) arrive, but Freddy realises he is infected and deliberately drives his car over the cliff and it bursts into flames.
(Spotted by Chris Bentley, August 2007)

SPACE:1999: The Rules of Luton (Val Guest: 13-14th May 1976)
Commander Koenig (Martin Landau) and Maya (Catherine Schell) explore an alien planet (Knowl Hill landfill, Star Lane, Knowl Hill). They pick a flower and eat fruit and are condemned by the Judges of Luton to pay for their crimes as cannibals and murderers. They are forced to do battle against three aliens; Alien trainspotter (Godfrey James), Alien Strong (David Jackson) and Alien Invisible (Roy Marsden).
Source: Space1999.net website

THE NEW AVENGERS: Cat Amongst the Pigeons (John Hough: June 1976)
Merton (Andrew Bradford) attempts to get a message to base from a lonely rural spot (Knowl Hill landfill, Star Lane, Knowl Hill), about an attempted assassination of Rydercroft. His message is cut short when he is attacked by an unknown assailant. Steed (Patrick Macnee), Purdey (Joanna Lumley) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) arrive to investigate.
(Spotted by Chris Bentley, August 2007)

Kursaal Fun Fair, Southend on Sea, Essex (demolished)

THE AVENGERS: Tunnel of Fear (Guy Verney, August 1961)
Establishing shots of holiday makers enjoying the beach, rides and other amusements at Southend-on-Sea (stock footage including Southen Pier).
(Identified by Alan Hayes, November 2016)

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death David Tomblin: November 1967)
The secret agent arrives at the fairground to visit Barney's Boxing Booth. Sonia (Justine Lord) is later followed to the Water Chute. In his search for the girl the secret agent finds himself on the big dipper with an irate photographer (Alexis Kanner) and his model. When Sonia leaves in her E-Type the secret agent follows in his Lotus Elan.

UFO: Court Martial (Ron Appleton: October 1969)
Straker and Foster take a roller coaster ride in the film studio courtesy of back projection.

Film:
SLAYGROUND (1984)

Television:
SPITTING IMAGE (1990)

Kyleakin, Isle of Skye, Scotland

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Eagle's Nest (Desmond Davis: April 1976)
John Steed and Purdey go to the highlands and tallk to a local fisherman. They watch as Monks from St. Dorca arrive to collect supplies.

Kylemore Abbey, Connemara, Co. Galway, Ireland £

DANGER MAN: The Hunting Party (Pat Jackson)
John Drake takes a job as butler at the Jordan's French chateau (establishing shot).

Kynance Cove, Cornwall

THE SAINT: The Old Treasure Story (Roger Moore, May/June 1965)
Simon Templar arrives in Cornwall to visit his good old friend, Bill Williams.

Leigh-on-Sea, Esssex

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Bank Raid (Wolfgang Suschitsky: 1958)
After the bank raid Brady is taken by Crowther (Willoughby Goddard) and Die Williams (Brian Rawlinson) to the boat where Sally (Deborah Watling) is being held by Joe, another of Crowther’s heavies.
(Identified by Andrew Chilcott, August 2013)

THE INVISIBLE MAN: Pilot Episode (Wolfgang Suschitsky: 1958)
After the bank raid Brady is taken by Crowther (Willoughby Goddard) and Die Williams (Brian Rawlinson) to the boat where Sally (Deborah Watling) is being held by Joe, another of Crowther’s heavies.
(Identified by Andrew Chilcott, August 2013)

Leith Hill, Dorking, Surrey


Photo: Dorking Tourist Attractions

ROBIN HOOD: The Goldmaker's Return (??:. 1957)

Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD: Highland Fling(Terry Bishop: 1957)

Liverpool, Merseyside

THE AVENGERS: Mission to Montreal (Don Leaver: May 1962)
The M.V. Calpurnia sets sail for Le Havre from Liverpool Docks.

DEPARTMENT S: Soup of the Day (Leslie Norman: Spring 1969)
A crate of fish soup is stolen from a warehouse under cover of darkness.

Llanberis Pass, A4086, Llanberis, Gwynedd

WILLIAM TELL: The Hostages (Peter Maxwell:1958)
The Pass features as a Swiss valley.

THE SAINT: The House on Dragon's Rock (Roger Moore: February 1966)
The Saint drives his Volvo along the welsh country roads.

THE SAINT: The Convenient Monster (Leslie Norman: February 1966)
The Saint drives Anne Clanraith home from the loch.

THE BARON:The Man Outside (Roy Baker: September 1966)
As they drive through Scotland Mannering asks Cordelia if she would recognise the car that tried to run her down the previous night.

THE PERSUADERS!: Five Miles To Midnight (Val Guest: 1970)
Brett and Danny steal on old truck from a French mountain side farm in order to make their way to the border (back projection).

THE PERSUADERS!: The Man in the Middle (Leslie Norman: 1971)
Brett, Danny and Archie, whilst driving in Brett's Aston Martin, discuss their plan en route to their rendezvous with Grillov.

THE PERSUADERS!: A Death In the Family (Sidney Hayers: 1971)
Brett, in his Aston Martin, drives Danny to visit Uncle Angus at has Scottish castle.

THE PERSUADERS!:Nuisance Value (Leslie Norman: 1971)
Danny, in his Ferrari, chases after the car carrying Lisa and her two kidnappers up into the Spanish mountains.

Film:
THE LONG ARM (1956)

Llyn Efyrnwy, B4393, nr.Bala, Gwynedd

DANGER MAN: Time to Kill (Ralph Smart: 1959)
Lisa Orin (Sara Lawson) arrives at a border post (on the dam) and introduces herself to John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) who is also held up whilst the border guards search their cars. Drake's car is stopped at a military check point and is told that he is entering a military zone. Drake pulls of the road to hide from the patrols but he is seen by Lisa who summons a passing patrolman. The patrolman is knocked out by Drake, but not before he handcuffs Lisa and Drake together and throws the keys into the lake.

DANGER MAN: The Sisters (Seth Holt: 1959)
A Slavosk security installation.

THE SAINT: The Monster (Leslie Norman: February 1966)
Simon Templar drives his Volvo around the shore of Loch Ness.

Television:
THE PALLISERS (1974)

Llyn Gwynant, on the A498 nr.Snowdon, Gwynedd


Photo: Stephen McKay

DANGER MAN: The Professionals (Michael Truman: 1964)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives in Checkslovakia by taxi, which conveniently breaks down. Even more conveniently, the British Ambassador just happens to be passing and gives him a lift into Prague.
(Identified by Janet Kaiser)

Llyn Mymbyr, A4086, nr. Snowdon, Gwynedd

THE SAINT: The Golden Journey (Robert S. Baker, October 1962)
After a long walk through the hot sun Simon stops at a lake to collect water and Belinda joins him.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Body Snatchers (Paul Dickson: Late 1967)
Tremayne suspects that Richard Barrett is currently in North Wales. So Sharron and Craig travel to Wales to find out what has happened to him.

Llyn Ogwen, Gwynedd

   
photos: Matt Courtman of the DANGER MAN Web Site

THE SAINT: The Convenient Monster(Leslie Norman: February 1966)
Simon Templar drives Anne Canraith to her father's farm in his Volvo (A5 near LlynOgwen).
(Spotted by Ian Garland, August 2007)

Llyn Padarn, Llanberis, Gwynedd


Photo from: North Wales Film Commission Home Page

WILLIAM TELL: The Hostages (Peter Maxwell:1958)
William Tell and Fritz (Roy Purcell) watch Gessler's men as they prepare to ferry weapons across the lake (LlynPadarn). With the aid of Frans the ferryman (James Booth) they overpower the guards and make off with the weapons in the ferry. Gessler sends troops to patrol the lake and William Tell is almost captured.

WILLIAM TELL: Manhunt(Peter Maxwell: 1958)
William visit friends living on an island in the lake. Later Prince Maxamillian takes a boat across the lake.

WILLIAM TELL: The Magic Powder (Peter Maxwell: 1958)
The view across the river to Italy from the Doctor's castle.

Longmoore Camp, nr.Liphook, Hampshire

THE NEW AVENGERS: Dirtier by the Dozen (Sidney Hayers: October 1976)
Using the execution of George Harris as a distraction, Captain Tony Noble (Michael Howarth) attempts to escape from the camp. Colonel Miller (John Castle) and his men give chase and corner him in the minefield. Later Mike Gambit (Gareth Hunt) and Purdy (Joanna Lumley) attempt to escape the same way. The pair split up and while Gambit confronts Miller and Sergeant Bowden (Shaun Curry), Purdy becomes trapped in a minefield. Steed arrives in a helicopter in time to save the day.
(Identified by Jon Webb, December 2002)

Lower Slaughter, nr. Stow on the Wold, Gloucester

MAN IN A SUITCASE: All That Glitters (Herbert Wise: August 1966)
McGill (Richard Bradford) is hired to go to the village in order to find a missing child.

Lower Sunbury, Surrey

THE SAINT: The Invisible Millionaire (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1962)
Nora Prescott arrives at a boathouse to await Simon Templar’s visitation. Unfortunately, she is followed by a mysterious figure with evil intent (boathouse is still there opposite Sunbury Lock).
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2011)

Lower Upton, Cornwall

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Lion And The Unicorn (Ray Austin: 1977)
Steed and Purdey, in Purdey's TR7, are chased by The Unicorn's men along a road which is quite close to the cliffs (Marine Drive).

Lowestoft, Norfolk

THE SAINT: The Best Laid Schemes (John Moxey: May 1967)
Simon Templar drives down to the sea in his Volvo to wax lyrical about Neptune's Kingdom. He arrives in time to witness Diana's discovery of a body on the beach. Later Simon takes his Volvo to investigate Captain Fleming's fishing business (Waveney Road , Waveney Dock).
(Identified by Bob Lawson of Bob Lawson's Lowestoft Page)

The Isle of Luing, Scotland

THE SAINT: Island of Chance (Leslie Norman: January 1967)
Simon and Marla admire the island from the air (World Backgrounds 309425).

Lydd Airport, Kent

STRANGE REPORT: Report 1553: Racist: 'A most dangerous proposal' (Peter Duffell: Autumn 1967)
Strange (Anthony Quayle) and Hamlyn (Kaz Garas) drive to the airport in Strange's taxi following Tom Brant (Clive Francis).

Film:
HYSTERIA(1965)
THAT RIVIERA TOUCH (1965)

M4 Airport Spur, Greater London

THE BARON: Diplomatic Immunity (Leslie Norman: August 1965)
Marlowe is driving John Mannering from the airport in the Jensen. They discuss the stolen Faberge item and discover it has not been insured (shot from the Sipson Road bridge, looking north).
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2008)

THE BARON: Farewell to Yesterday (Leslie Norman: September 1965)
Robert Rawson drives home from London Airport in his Mini.
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2008)

DEPARTMENT S: A Ticket to Nowhere (Cyril Frankel: Early 1969)
Jason and Miss Crane drive to Westerly Grange in his Bentley (M4 airport spur looking south from the Sipson Road bridge).
(Identified by Alan Field, October 2008)

Maidenhead, Berkshire

THE SAINT: The Imprudent Politician (John Moxey: July 1964)
Janet Waites drives her Mini over the river (Maidenhead Bridge) on her way to a meeting with the blackmailers. Later Simon drives his Volvo by the river (Ray Mead Road) looking for the Jolly 'D'.

DANGER MAN: Such Men Are Dangerous (Don Chaffey: 1964)
The train with John Drake and the ‘tweedy gentleman’ arrives at Little Grimpton station (Maidenhead Station).
(Identified by Robert Chilton with help from Eamonn Connolly, February 2008)

THE SECRET SERVICE: Last Train to Buffler's Halt (Alan Perry: Autumn 1968)
The clock tower of the Cramford Railway Station (Maidenhead Railway Station).
(Identified by Nick Williams, August 2003)

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Hole In One (Brian Heard: Autumn 1968)
Father Unwin (Stanley Unwin) arrives at the Leyland Golf Club clubhouse (Maidenhead Golf Club, Shoppenhangers Road) in his Model T Ford, Gabriel, for a meeting with General Brompton.

Manchester

GIDEON'S WAY: The Tin God (Directed by John Gilling: ????)
John ‘Benny’ Benson and Freddy Tisdale escape from H.M. Prison Strangeways, Manchester.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Web With Four Spiders (Robert Tronson: January 1967)
Doctor Norbert is taken around the town by a pair of photographers. Following Norbert's information McGill arrives at Piccadilly Station and takes a cab through PiccadillyGardens.

Manorbier Castle, Manorbier, Pembrokeshire, Wales £

DANGER MAN: The Conspirators (Michael Truman: ???)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives at the Norman castle of Fran Jou in a trap. Here he finds Judith Lindsay (Patricia Driscoll) and her children.
(Identified Jon Freeman, October 2002)

Manorbier Bay, Manorbier, Pembrokeshire, Wales

DANGER MAN: The Brothers (Cherles Frend: ????)
Drake drives off to see the Police Commissioner after capturing the two brothers.

Marlow, Buckinghamshire


photo: WiebkeKöppen

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Girl Of My Dreams(Peter Sasdy: 1968)
Greg Richards (Michael Callan) goes to Marlow in search of the house where a women gets killed in a boat explosion in Carrie Clark’s premonition (the house, Thames Lawn, has been redeveloped).
(Identified by WiebkeKöppen, February 2008)

Film:
ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE (1969)

Mayfield Railway Tunnel under the A267, North of Mayfield, nr.Crowborough, East Sussex. (filled in)

THE PRISONER: Fall Out (Patrick McGoohan: December 1967)
The truck pulling the cage carrying Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan), the former Number 2 (Leo McKern) and Number 48 (Alexis Kanner), driven by the Butler crashes through the gates at the end of the tunnel leading from the Village.

St. Mawes Castle, Cornwall £

THE BUCCANEERS
The Fort at New Providence

Menai Straits, Anglesey

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened to George Foster (Don Chaffey March 1964)
John Drake visits Wales to investigate George Foster.

Meopham, nr.Rochester, Kent

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
Establishing shots of the cricket match being played and runs being scored.

Mevagissey, Cornwall

THE BARON: So Dark The Night (Robert Tronson: June 1966)
Cordelia and Mannering are investigating the strange events in this Cornish fishing village.
(Identified by Ian Press, October 2005)

Millbrook Haven, Cornwall

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Lion And The Unicorn (Ray Austin: 1977)
Steed and Purdey, in Purdey's TR7, are chased round a corner and down a steep hill towards a small village (Millbrook Haven).

Milton, Applecross, Strathcarron, Scotland

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Eagle's Nest (Desmond Davis: April 1976)
As they talk to a local fisherman they watch as George Stannard’s body arrives in a small boat. John Steed (Patrick Macnee) arrives at St. Dorca in a motor boat looking for accommodation. Purdey (Joanna Lumley) arrives on the island under water and leaves her wet suit on the shore.

Monksbridge, Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex û

THE AVENGERS: What the Butler Saw (Bill Bain: December 1965)
In his naval disguise Steed (Patrick Macnee) arrives in a motor launch at the house of the Admiral. A wren stands by and sees him safely ashore to the river bank.

Mousehole, Cornwall

DANGER MAN: The Gallows Tree (Michael Truman: 1959)
Castletown, a fishing village near Fort William where John Drake is staying.

Nant Ffrancon, Gwynedd


photo: Matt Courtman of the DANGER MAN Web Site

WILLIAM TELL: The Assassins (Terry Bishop: 1957)
Gessler’s troops escort the two assassins, posing as captured Swiss nationalists, across country before being attacked by Tell and his men (establishing shots of mountains, rocks by the anti-tank blocks on road to Yr Hafod Youth Hostel).

DANGER MAN: It's up to the Lady (Peter Maxwell: May 1964)
Nicos drives Paula and Charles Glover to the crossing point from Greece to Albanian. Drake (Patrick McGoohan) is following them in a stolen delivery truck. Not far behind Drake are the Greek Police in a patrol car on the trail of the stolen van. The party climb into the hills and they are able to see Albanian guards on the border, (various locations near the Car Park including distinct chasm, waterfalls and rock climbs).

 
photo: Matt Courtman of the DANGER MAN Web Site

DANGER MAN: The Professionals (Michael Truman: 1964)
The authorities have manned the border post with armed police waiting Desmond Pearson and John Drake (road to Yr Hafod Youth Hostel some of the anti-tank blocks have been removed).

Films:
SATAN NEVER SLEEPS (1962)
DRAGONSLAYER (1981)

New Lodge, Winkfield, Berkshireû


Photo: Coral Gillespie

THE SECRET SERVICE: School for Spies (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
Mathew manages to hitch a ride to Pennybridge Seminary. Later Father Unwin arrives at the seminary posing as Brother Jess.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Essay In Evil (Freddie Francis: June 1967)
James Harris (Maurice Good) arrives at the Glendure Hotel in his Volvo and checks in under the name of "James Brown". Later McGill (Richard Bradford) leaves the hotel in his Hillman, watched by Felix De Burg (Peter Vaughn), Harris and Tom Peters (John Cairney). George Masters (Donald Huston) drives up to the hotel and sends his man, Crick (Peter Brace) in to fetch the receptionist, Jean (Angela Lovell). After checking out, McGill is forced to accept the offer of a lift from Lucinda Masters (Wendy Hall) in her MG.

Films:
ASYLUM (1972)

Newhaven, East Sussex


Photo: Alan Field

STRANGE REPORT: Report 4997Swindle: "Square root of evil" (Brian Smedley-Aston: November 1968)
A tip-off leads Strange and company to Rye looking for the fishing boat Albermarle. Strange talks to the Harbourmaster about the possible location of the vessel.
(Identified by Alan Field, October 2007)

Newark Priory, nr.Pyrford, Surrey

THE NEW AVENGERS: To Catch A Rat (James Hill: Summer 1976)
Cledge arrives at the church in his search for Gunner, but finds it to be a ruin.
(Identified by David Auger, July 2003)

Newmarket Racecourse, Newmarket, Suffolk

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Trouble With Women (Cyril Frankel: October 1968)
Using the dossier on Paul Lang given to them by his wife, Susan Lang, Jeff and Marty travel to the racecourse to see what he gets up to on his regular trips to the races.

North Bovey, Dartmoor, Devon

THE CHAMPIONS: The Night People (Robert Asher: June 1967)
Seen just before Craig and Richard arrive at the Cornish village looking for Sharon.
(Identified by Ian S. Bolton, August 2007)

Northolt Aerodrome, Western Avenue, Greater London

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Case For The Bishop (Alan Perry: Autumn 1968)
Father Unwin (Stanley Unwin) drives Gabriel through the gates of OakingtonAirport(Western Avenue gate - now closed).

THE NEW AVENGERS: House Of Cards (Ray Austin: Spring 1976)
Steed (Patrick Macnee), Purdey (Joanna Lumley) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) are waiting at the airport to hatch a plot to steal Professor Vasil (Gordon Sterne) away from Perov (Peter Jeffrey). Perov is escorting the Professor back to Russia before he can defect. Perov tries to prevent Vasil’s escape, but Steed’s driver, Roland (Frank Thornton), is too quick for him.
(Identified by Geoffrey Negus, July 2003)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Steed (Patrick Macnee), Purdey (Joanna Lumley) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) witness the demonstration of the S95 nerve gas. At the end of the adventure they are returned from London, but fall asleep on arrival.

Films:
GOLDFINGER (1964)
OCTOPUSSY (1983)

Television:
THE PLANE MAKERS (1964)

Oakley Court (The Windsor Moat House Hotel), Bray

THE SECRET SERVICE: More Haste, Less Speed (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
Father Unwin arrives in Gabriel at the gates of the home of Lord Hazlwell

STRANGE REPORT: Report 2493 - Kidnap "Whose pretty girl are you?" (Daniel Petrie: Late 1967)
Jennifer Dean (Sally Geeson) is hiding with Toby (Ian Ogilvy) and his friend (Richard O'Sulivan) at Alison Manor as she pretends to be kidnapped. When things begin to sour Jennifer attempts to escape but she is prevented by Toby who blocks her path with his car despite his friend's attempt to stop him.

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Midas Touch (Robert Fuest: April 1976)
Turner (David Swift) and Vann (Ed Devereaux) wait by their Landrover at the fancy dress party organised to test Midas' powers. After he has done his work they leave with Midas. Seconds later Gambit (Gareth Hunt) arrives in his car.

Television:
THE COMIC STRIP PRESENTS: Oxford (1990)

Films:
THE OLD DARK HOUSE (1963)
RUN A CROOKED MILE (1969)
THE HOUSE IN NIGHTMARE PARK (1973)
THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975)

Osterley, Greater London

THE SENTIMENTAL AGENT: All That Jazz (Charles Friend, 1962)
Establishing shot of outdoor Belmont Jazz Music festival venue.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, February 2011)

THE SAINT: The Lawless Lady (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
The Countess Marova's Rolls-Royce drives towards HeathrowAirport (in the vicinity of Osterley Station).
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Oatlands Park Hotel, Oatlands Drive, Weybridge, Surrey

DANGER MAN: Fair Exchange (Charles Crichton: )
The mental hospital where Elisabeth Lanzig is being treated.
(Identified by Sam Denham, September 2002)

Osterley Park, Osterley Lane, Osterley, London £

THE SAINT: The Angel's Eye (Leslie Norman: March 1966)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) arrives at Cranmore House in his Volvo where he has been invited to stay for the weekend.After attempting to steal the Angel's Eye diamond Malone (T.P. McKenna) and Corbett (Frederick Abbott) are chased from the house by Simon Templar and Jeremy Cranmore (Donald Pickering).

THE PERSUADERS!:Read and Destroy (Roy Ward Baker: 1971)
Brett Sinclair (Roger Moore) arrives in his Aston Martin DBS at his cousin's country seat in Berkshire where he is met by Chivers (George Merritt), the butler. Later Felix Meadows (Joss Ackland) takes advantage of the confusion in the house and leaves. Next morning Brett and Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) see Pfieffer (Elliott Sullivan) and Cavendish (Nigel Green) to their cars just as Heidi (Kate O'Mara) and Ingrid (MagdaKonopka) arrive.

THE PERSUADERS!: The Morning After (Leslie Norman: 1971)
Brett (Roger Moore) and his new wife, Kristen (Catherine Schell) arrive at Longmorton House in Brett's Aston Martin DBS for a meeting with Judge Fulton (Laurence Naismith). That evening Lars Seelman (Griffith Jones) arrives with a police escort and is met by the Judge and Brett. As Brett and the Judge escort Seelman around the ground they are watched by Jon (Tony Bonner) who attacks the butler (Walter Horsburgh) when he tries to give them a message from Danny. Danny (Tony Curtis) arrives in his Ferrari, but too late to stop Seelman being kidnapped. Brett and Danny give chase in a Range Rover.

Film:
THE GRASS IS GREENER (1960)
A STUDY IN TERROR (1965)

Television:
Volkswagen advert (1992)

Oxford

THE CHAMPIONS: The Experiment (Cyril Frankel: June 1967)
Tremayne visits Dr. Glind in Oxford where he is lecturing (stock footage of Nuffield College adjacent to New Road then the grounds of Balliol College on the north side of Broad Street.)
(Spotted by Paul.Stroud, May 2008)

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Case For the Bishop (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
Matthew flies over Oxford whilst aboard the Dreisenberg airliner.

THE PROTECTORS: Dragon Chase (Charles Crichton: 1973)
Lockier drives into Oxford with Paul and the Contessa in pursuit (The Plain). Lockier (Donald Houston) parks his car (in Pembroke Square) then enters Pembroke College to confront his son. He has been followed all the way by Paul Buchet (Tony Anholt). Later Paul and the Contessa watch Devlin and his students leave the college and Devlin drives off in a van. Paul and Caroline follow Devlin's van out of Oxford (The Plain).
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, February 2010)

Oxford Airport, Kidlington, Oxfordshire

THE BARON: The Legions of Ammak (John Moxey: August 1965)
King Ibrahim's plane is waiting to take. The Baron arrives in his Jensen and boards the plane.
(Identified by Barry Clay, July 2003)

Painshill Park, Cobham, Surrey £

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD: The Miser (Bernard Knowles: 1956)
A miser keeps all his money locked up in his castle (The Gothic Tower) while his tennants go without.

Park Farm, Ampthill, Bedfordshire û

THE AVENGERS: Noon Doomsday (Peter Sykes: July 1968)
Tara King (Linda Thorson) arrives by taxi in the middle of a field and makes her way across through and electric fence and across a minefield to Department S, a farm used as a convalescent home for agents. She is met by Cornwall (Lawrence James) who re-activates the security systems. Tara enters the farm house to see Steed (Patrick Macnee) and is followed in by Dr. Hyde (John Glyn-Jones). Roger Lyall (Lyndon Brook) takes Tara to use the radio transmitter in the barn, but they find it smashed. Whilst Tara looks for Cornwall she is warned by Jules Perrier (Peter Halliday) about going too close to the minefield. After finding the body of Hyde in a well Tara is attacked by Carson (David Glover) who is shot in the ensuing fight. At noon Kafta (Peter Bromilov) arrives by helicopter with Farrington (Ray Brookes) and Grant (T.P.McKenna) and the battle for Steed's life begins, watched by Edward Sunley (Anthony Ainley) from a first floor window.

Peacehaven, East Sussex

THE SAINT: The Well Meaning Mayor (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
The Saint arrives in his Volvo at the seaside town of Seatondean. He drives along the top of the cliff towards the town centre. Later we see the beach looking east in an establishing shot.

THE AVENGERS: All Done With Mirrors (Ray Austin: May 1968)
Guthrie (Desmond Jordan) is running towards the Carmadoc research establishment. He hears a voice which lures him over the cliff. Later Tara King (Linda Thorson) arrives at the cliff in a Mini Moke to investigate. Pandora makes contact from the lighthouse, but is then forced to lure Tara into a trap. Kettridge (Peter Thomas) rushes at Tara on a motorbike and knocks her over the cliff edge. Watney (DinsdaleLanden) and Major Sparshott (Peter Copley) arrive to look for Tara but they realise they are too late when they see her neck tie on the rocks below.

Film:
CORRUPTION (1968)

Penmon Priory, Penmon Point and Puffin Island, nr.Beaumaris, Anglesey

 
photo: Max Pemberton

 
photos: Richard Lee-Van den Daele

DANGER MAN: That's Two of Us Sorry (Quentin Lawrence: June 1964)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives at the Loch Broom Atomic Power Station and is waved through the gates (BBC Radio station and mast Penmon). Off the north coast of Scotland is the island of 'Herta' where live Magnus Sutherland and his daughter Sheila in 'the old Abbey' (Priory House). 'Jock Lawson's (Duncan Lamont) house is at Penmon Point, one mile from the Priory, as is the lighthouse featured. John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives on the island by the stone jetty on the beach on the way up to the Priory. Later Drake confronts Donald McKinnon (Brian Phelan) on his boat and the two men fight. Drake is later fished out of the water (form the deep bay, off shore from the stone jetty).
(
thanks to Max Pemberton for extra details)

Pencoed Castle, near Magor, Gwent


Photo: www.data-wales.co.uk

ROBIN HOOD: The Deserted Castle
The deserted castle itself.
(Identified by Becky Vacara of the Later Medieval Britain Discussion List)

Penrhyn Castle, Bangor, Gwynedd £


Photo from: North Wales Film Commission Home Page

WILLIAM TELL (1957)
Altdorf Castle in many episodes.

WILLIAM TELL: The Baroness (Peter Maxwell:1957)
William and the Baroness arrive at Ulbricht Castle on the same horse. Later Hedda arrives and requests the help of two villagers to enter the castle. After escaping from the castle, Hedda is pursued by Gessler and his men.

Penton Hook Lock

THE SAINT: The Invisible Millionaire (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1962)
Nora Prescott walks past a Thames lock as she makes her way from the pub to a boathouse to meet Simon Templar
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2011)

Television:
THE SWEENEY
: Bad Apple (1976)

Pen-y-Gwryd, A498 nr.Snowdon, Gwynedd

   
Photo: Stephen McKay

DANGER MAN: The Professionals (Michael Truman: 1964)
Desmond Pearson and Drake drive down the road leading to the border post (road from Pen-y-Gwryd to Power Station, this road is in very poor condition).
(Identified by Pat)

DANGER MAN: It's up to the Lady (Peter Maxwell: May 1964)
After stealing a delivery truck Drake drives his stolen truck up towards the Albania frontier (road from Power Station to Pen-y-Gwryd, road is now in a very poor state) on the trail of Nicos who has driven Paula and Charles Glover to the crossing point from Greece to Albanian.

Perivale, Greater London

THE PERSUADERS!: Someone Like Me (Roy Ward Baker: November 1970)
Brett (Roger Moore) visits the garage (H.R .Owen Garage, A40, no longer at this address and building has been demolished) where he has his car serviced.

Pinewood Sanatorium, Wokingham (totally redeveloped as Hewlett Packard offices)
51°23'9.74"N, 0°48'4.10"W

THE NEW AVENGERS: Faces
Purdey (Joanna Lumley) visits "Base 47" to find Gambit in the middle of the episode.
(Identified by Dick Dove, 2004)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Target (Ray Austin: July 1976)
The shooting range. Purdey (Joanna Lumley) drives George Myers (Malcolm Stoddard) to the shooting range. In order to save Purdey, Steed and Gambit race around a junction (Nine Mile Ride 51°23'3.29"N,  0°47'51.18"W) towards the shooting range at a break-neck pace.
(Identified by Dick Dove and Ray Mortimer 2004)

Film:
1000 CONVICTS AND A WOMAN (1973)

Pinner, Middlesex


Photo require

GIDEON'S WAY: Subway to Revenge (Roy Baker: 1965)
John Stewart parks his car in a cinema car park (ABC Cinema Bridge Street Pinner, next to the Hong Ying Restaurant).

Pistyll Rhaiadr, Llanrhaedr-yn-Mochnant, nr.Oswestry, Clwyd

DANGER MAN: Time to Kill (Ralph Smart: 1959)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) and Lisa Orin (Sarah Lawson) arrive at the hunting lodge from which Hans Vogeler intends to hunt bears. Vogeler arrives by helicopter, but Lisa breaks Drake's gun before he is able to shoot him. Vogeler and his men begin to hunt for Drake in the woods, but he is later able to escape in the helicopter with Lisa.

Poole, Dorset


photo: Geoff Dodd

DEPARTMENT S: The Treasure Of The Costa Del Sol (John Gilling: September 1968)
After posing as a married couple to pay a call on Camilo in Torremolinos, Annabelle and Stewart drive back to their hotel to listen to the bug they have planted (Pinecliff Road).
(Identified by Alan Field, October 2008)

Plas Hall Hotel, Pont-y-pant, nr.Betws-y-coed, Gwynedd


photo: Richard Lee-Van den Daele

THE SAINT: The Convenient Monster (Leslie Norman: February 1966)
The Saint in his Volvo drives up to the house to speak to Noel Bastion.

Pont Aber Glaswyn, A498/A4085, Beddgelert, Gwynedd

DANGER MAN: Under the Lake (Seth Holt: 1959)
Drake follows Gunther von Klaus in his car.

Pont Ty'n y Maes, A5(T), Gwynedd


photo: Matt Courtman of the DANGER MAN Web Site

DANGER MAN: It's up to the Lady (Peter Maxwell: May 1964)
Nicos drives Paula and Charles Glover to the crossing point from Greece to Albanian. They travel along a narror road and across a bridge (Pont Ty'n y Maes). Drake is following them in a stolen delivery truck. Not far behind Drake are the Greek Police in a patrol car on the trail of the stolen van. Nicos’ car overheats on the way into the mountains so the party have to set of on the crossing on foot (road to Ceunant from Pont Ty'n y Maesbridge, private property). Drake (Patrick McGoohan) is not far behind them and arrivesin his truck.

DANGER MAN: The Professionals (Michael Truman: 1964)
Desmond Pearson and John Drake approach the border post in a stolen police car. The border guards open fire and Drake does a quick u-turn (road to Ceunant from Pont Ty'n y Maesbridge, private property).

Portland, Dorset


Photo: Stuart Lyon

THE SAINT: The Miracle Tea Party (Roger Moore: March 1964)
The Saint drives his Volvo across the causeway (Weymouth road, A354) and through Portland (Castletown) on his way to drop Geraldine McLeod off at the Navel base (past the Portland Roads Hotel).
(Identified by Stuart Lyon, August 2007)

Portloe Truro Cornwall

THE SAINT: The Old Treasure Story (Roger Moore, May/June 1965)
The Saint visits his old friend, Captain Bill Williams, at his pub in Cornwall (The Lugger Hotel).

Portmeirion, near Porthmadog, Gwynedd £


Photo from: North Wales Film Commission Home Page

DANGER MAN: The View from the Villa (Terry Bishop: 1959)
Drake (Patrick McGoohan) drives into an Italian village to find the villa pictured in the painting he has aquired.

DANGER MAN: Under the Lake (Seth Holt: 1959)
Drake (Patrick McGoohan) stays at a lake side hotel in Germany with Von Klaus and his daughter, and is forced to escape via a bathroom window.

DANGER MAN: The Honeymooners (Charles Frend: 1959)
Guards patrol the Chinese jail where Ted Baker is being held.

DANGER MAN: Find and Return (Seth Holt: 1959)
Drake and Nikolides watch as guards patrol Ranfi's Beth Ja Brin villa.

DANGER MAN: The Journey Ends Halfway (Clive Donner: 1959)
Drake (Patrick McGoohan) is smuggled into Chan Ling by fishing boat from Mankow despite the danger from patroling guards and watchtowers.

DANGER MAN: Bury the Dead (Clive Donner: 1959)
Drake arrives in Sicily to investigate the death of Tony Costello.

THE PRISONER: (Don Chaffey, Patrick McGoohan, David Tomblin: September 1966 and February 1967)
Scenes shot her for the general Village sequences, chases and processions, notably for Arrival, Free For All, Many Happy Returns, Dance of the Dead and Checkmate.

Television:
SPYDER'S WEB: The Executioners (1972)
DOCTOR WHO
: The Masque of Mandragora (1976)
CITIZEN SMITH (1980)
BRIDESHEAD REVISITED (1981)
THE TRIPODS (1983)
BREAD (1988)
UP THE GARDEN PATH (1991)

Films:
THE GREEN HELMET (1961)
UNDER SUSPICION (1991)

Red Sands Sea Fort, Red Sands, Thames Estuary

DANGER MAN: Not So Jolly Roger (Don Chaffey: February 1966)
Whilst working undercover as a DJ, Andy Andrews is shot and thrown overboard as he reports to London. John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives at Radio Jolly Roger by boat and is welcomed on board by Marco Janson. When Mullins finds Drake with the short wave transmitter later that night he is escorted at gun point across a gantry and is knocked overboard as he tries to escape. Drake survives the fall and manages to climb back on board the fort. After another fight with Mullins, Drake manages to throw him into the sea just as a boat arrives to arrest the rest of the crew.

Television:
DOCTOR WHO: Fury From The Deep (1968)

Rhaeadr Ogwen, Gwynedd

WILLIAM TELL: The Raid
Walter (Richard Rogers) and William (Conrad Phillips) are caught smuggling arms to the Swiss resistance by Gestler's men and are chased through the mountains.

DANGER MAN: It's up to the Lady (Peter Maxwell: May 1964)
Nicos escorts Paula and Charles Glover to the Albanian border (road to Idwal Cottage Youth Hostel, Pen-y-Benglog). Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives at the Albanian border in a stolen delivery truck and soon finds Nicos’ car. He sets off up the mountain after them, crossing a waterfall (RhaeadrOgwen). Soon the Greek Police arrive on the trail of the stolen van.

Television:
DOCTOR WHO: The Abominable Snowmen (1967)

Rhuddlan Castle, Rhuddlan, Gwynedd

THE SAINT: The Convenient Monster (Leslie Norman: February 1966)
The Saint discusses the castles of Scotland and later visits the castle by the loch with Anne Clanraith.

Rhyd Ddu, Gwynedd

 

 

THE SAINT: The Golden Journey (Robert S. Baker, October 1962)
Simon Templer and Belinda start to cross the mountains on their journey towards Torremolinos. On the way Belinda tries to thumb a lift from a passing Volkswagen (various shots from the path to Mount Snowdon at the Railway car park above Rhyd-Ddu including images of Y Garn, the Aran ridge and Snowdon).
(Identified by Matthew Roberts September 2003)

Richmond Hill Hotel, Richmond Hill, Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey

THE AVENGERS: The Sell Out (Don Leaver: June 1962)
The chauffeur driven Rolls Royce containing Steed turns off the road (Richmond Hill) and goes into the hotel car park followed by a Sunbeam Alpine convertible. The Rolls is then driven around the side of the building and stops behind the hotel.
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2010)

Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey

THE SENTIMENTAL AGENT: Meet My Son, Henry (John Paddy Carstairs, 1962)
Bill Randall (John Turner), Miss Susie Carter (Clemence Bettany) and Henry Peabody Jnr (Stephen Loegering) drive to the airport to catch a plane to France (Hospital Bridge Road/Great Chertsey Road/ Chertsey Road Roundabout (A316)).
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, March 2011)

Royal Ascot, Berkshire

THE PROTECTORS: King Con (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Alan Sutherland joins The Contessa and Chino at the races.

THE PERSUADERS!: title sequence
Lord Sinclair’s interests in racing is illustrated.

Royal Oak, Ham Street, Richmond on Thames, Surrey

THE AVENGERS: Don't Look Behind You (Peter Hammond: July 1963)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) shows off his new Bentley when he drives Kathy Gale (Honor Blackman) to Resagne Hall. They pass a pub and wave to the locals drinking outside. They drive down Sandy Lane and tour Ham Common.

Ruislip Lido, Ruislip Common, Middlesex

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Skeleton in the Cupboard (Roy Baker: ???)
Grace Charlton's sister, Victoria (Gwynneth Tighe) is killed in a speedboat accident on a lake.
(Spotted by Mike Richardson, February 2011)

THE AVENGERS: Castle De'Ath (James Hill: August 1965)
After driving away from the castle for the last time, Steed suggests a spot of fishing to Mrs Peel and they drive into the loch in an amphibious car.
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2008)

Saint Govan's Head, Pembrokeshire

DANGER MAN: The Conspirators (Michael Truman: ??)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives on the isle of Fran Jou with orders to collect Judith Lindsay (Patricia Driscoll).

Salisbury, Wiltshire

DEPARTMENT S: Small War of Nerves (Leslie Norman: 1969)
Establishing shot for Brown’s Garage, Salisbury (High Street Gate).

Saltwood Castle, Saltwood, near Hyth, Kent û

ROBIN HOOD: The Goldmaker(Terry Bishop:???)
????
(Identified by Philip Davis, October 2002)

ROBIN HOOD: Blackmail (Bernard Knowels:???)
????
(Identified by Philip Davis, October 2002)

Television:
The Tripods: Season 1 (September 1983)

Sandown Park, Surrey £

GIDEON’S WAY: The Big Fix (James Hill: September 1964)
The horse Mongoose wins the afternoon race. Unexpectedly Follyfoot Lad fails to win a race. Colonel Middleton (Maurice Hedley) and Janet Middleton (Penelope Horner) discuss the unexpected loss of Follyfoot Lad on the way back to the stables. They are greeted by the Jo Short (Michael Ripper), the head lad. Commander Gideon (John Gregson) and Bill Campbell (Robert Brown) go to visit Sandown Park to investigate a tip-off that the horse, Port Arthur, is to be doped in the 3:30 race. They discuss security with Freeman (??) at the stable gate. They then go for a walk through the crowd.
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2007)

Santa Pod Raceway, Podington , Northamptonshire £

THE PRISONER: Title Sequence. A clap of thunder and The government employee (Patrick McGoohan) drives his Lotus 7 straight towards the camera.
(Thanks to Jeff Morgan, Sam Denham, Mike Richardson, Michael Humphrey, Peter Dunn, Steve Dix, Chevyman, MarmaladeSkies and many others on the Britmovie Forum and Professional Pilots Rumour Network.)

The Seven Sisters, Kent

DEPARTMENT S: Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: March 1969)
A small boy sees something wash ashore in Kent (seen from Seaford).

THE SAINT: The Well Meaning Mayor (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
A mother and child are walking along the beach by the cliffs (at Birling Gap) when they come across a crashed car on the beach.

Scarborough, North Yorkshire

THE SAINT: The Well Meaning Mayor (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
Seatondean seafront at night.

Shepperton, Surrey


photo: Sam Denham

DANGER MAN: I’m Afraid You Have the Wrong Number (George Pollock: 1965)
Standfast (Vincent Harding) waves goodbye to Leanka (Jeanne Moody) at the Bull D’or Hotel (The Thames Court, Towpath, Shepperton).He gets into his car and drives away.

Shepperton Green, Surrey

   
photos: Sam Denham

DANGER MAN: Say It With Flowers (Peter Yates 1965).
Wallace (Ian Hendry) says goodbye to his sister (Gretchen Franklin) at her home, 48 Carolyn Drive Thames Ditton(Stewart Avenue, Shepperton Green) before flying out Switzerland. He is driven away in a chauffer driven car. Later, Carl (Frank Maher) posing as a flower delivery man drops off some flowers then fakes the sister’s accidental death.

Shepperton Studio Mansion (Littleton Park House), Shepperton û

THE SENTIMENTAL AGENT: All That Jazz (Charles Friend, 1962)
The Arthur Rogers Quintet play at the Belmont Jazz Music Festival
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, February 2011)

THE SENTIMENTAL AGENT: Meet My Son, Henry (John Paddy Carstairs, 1962)
The ‘Le Coq D’or restaurant and where Lewis (Derren Nesbitt) and Darrin (Glyn Edwards) kidnap Miss Susie Carter (Clemence Bettany)
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, March 2011)

DANGER MAN: No Marks For Servility (Don Chaffey: 1964)
Barnares is having a meeting with Mr. Avvram at their mansion in Athens.

DANGER MAN: Are You Going to be More Permanent? (Don Chaffey: 1964)
As arrange John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) goes to the Parc Mon Repose at 9 a.m. and finds Wolf Kronenberger (Maxwell Shaw) at a seat near the statue.

DANGER MAN: The Black Book (Michael Truman: 1965)
Drake's Mini arrives at the home of General Carteret. Sir Noel Blanchard (Griffith Jones) follows the blackmailer’s instructions and arrives at a folly temple at Chateau de Thierry, he finds his next insttructions hidden inside an urn. Later Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives with Serge (Mike Pratt) to collect the black book from a boathouse. Unfortunately they have been followed there by two Russian agents (Frederick Abbot and Ray Roberts).

DANGER MAN: English Lady Takes Lodgers (Michael Truman 1965)
Commander Collinson (Howard Marion Crawford) persuades John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) to accompany him on a fox hunt. Drake finds Philippe Granville (Frederick Bartman) waiting for them in the gardens of the villa. After a struggle Drake manages to escape the pair by diving into the lake. Later Drakes guides Emma Stanway (Gabriella Licudi) through the garden to the river to escape the Portuguese police.

DANGER MAN: Say It With Flowers (Peter Yates 1965).
Wallace (Ian Hendry) arrives at Die Brajanska Klinik, Heibeck and is welcomed by a nurse. Verena Krummenacher (Rachel Herbert) takes Drake (Patrick McGoohan) to Papa Buchler at his workshop.

DANGER MAN: The Hunting Party (Pat Jackson: 1965)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan), posing as a butler watches as Basil Jordan (Denholm Elliot) shoots clay pigeons on the lawn of his Chateau on the Loire.

DANGER MAN: The Man With The Foot (Jeremy Summers: 1966)
The car with John Drake (Patrick McGoohan), Gomez (Paul Curran) and Maruja (Isobel Black) aboard, drives up into the hills to find the wolves’ layer. They are followed by Mockton (Robert Urquhart) in his car.


photo: Sam Denham

DANGER MAN: Dangerous Secret (Stuart Burge: 1965)
A young boy (Mark Lester) and a girl (Jaqueline Hall) wander into virus research unit. They are caught be scientists who are fumigating the greenhouses after the death of two gardeners. Later Drake arrives in his Mini and drives in through the gates of the unit (Road/Laleham Road/Littleton Lane, the gates have recently been replaced). Later Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives at The Hotel due Chateau, Vieuxville looking for Colin Ashby (Lyndon Brook). Drake (Patrick McGoohan) attaches a homing device to the car of M. Barbier (Riginald Barratt) which is parked at the rear of his antiques shop. When Barbier leaves, Drake follows.
(Thanks to Matt Courtman, July 2009)

Films:
LAW AND DISORDER
(1958)

Shoppenhanger Manor (Maidenhead Holiday Inn, demolished),
Shoppenhangers Road/Manor Lane, Maidenhead, Berkshire


Photo: Sam Denham

THE PERSUADERS!:Greensleeves(David Greene: 1970)
Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) and Brett Sinclair (Roger Moore) sneak into the grounds of Brett’s country property, Greensleeves. They watch as Melanie (Rosemary Nichols) rides past. Later Danny arrives in a Mini posing as the new butler. Posing as a double of himself, Brett is there to welcome Richard Congoto (Cy Grant) and his nice Carmen (Carmen Munroe) to the house. Piers Emerson (Tom Adams) and Sir John Hassocks (Andrew Kier) are also amongst the welcoming committee.
(Identified by Sam Denham, September 2003)

Film:
PARANOIAC
(1963)
CURSE OF THE FLY (1965)

Shirburn Castle, Oxfordshire û

INSPECTOR MORSE: Happy Families (Adrian Shergold: 1994)
The Balcome family house.

Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone, nr.Towcester, Northants. £

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: The Quick and the Dead (Roy Baker: ???)
When Enrico Lugarotti's (Alvaro Fontana) engine overheats down Jimbo Harris (Richard Johnson) is the only member of the Sheltion Team still in the race. Despite being 3 laps ahead of the other cars he refuses to ease up, even when he is given the signal by his wife Paula (Joanne Dainton). Bobby Harris (David McAlister) is happy to see his father going at speed but his mechanic, Poppa McCabe (Andrew Keir) has serious misgivings. Harris eventually loses control of the car and he crashes into a hay bail at high speed. After leaving hospital Jimbo Harris returns to Silverstone to drive for another team and finds himself pitted against Enrico Lugarotti. Dr. Jimmy Davis (Michael Johnson) is watching with Paula and Bobby when Enrico Lugarotti crashes.

THE PERSUADERS!: Someone Waiting (Peter Medak: 1971)
Danny (Tony Curtis) times Brett (Roger Moore) as he races around a circuit in the Sinclair Special. After his test drive Brett is helped out of his car by Danny and his chief mechanic, Dwyer (Sam Kydd) and Danny accepts Brett's offer of a spin in the car. When he is halfway round the circuit Danny stops for what he thinks is a body in the road, but as he investigates his car is stolen. Brett is nearly hit by the stolen car and gives chase in a van. By the time he finds the car the thief has managed to escape leaving a written death threat in the cockpit

THE NEW AVENGERS: Three Handed Game (Ray Austin: 1976)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) arrives at the circuit looking for Tony Field (Noel Trevarthen). He is met by Tony's lap counter who tells him that Tony has just beaten the track record. Steed chases after Tony's racing car in his Jaguar Coupé and escorts him to the pits. Unfortunately Juventor has attached his apparatus to Tony's helmet and manages to steal his share of the secrets.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Debt Collectors (Leslie Norman:1978)
Simon (Ian Ogilvy) and Gerri Hanson (Mary Tamm) go to a race circuit to talk to Jimmy Wilson (Bob Sherman). Unfortunately, Bradley (Neil McCarthy) and one of his men have followed them there. Jimmy refuses to tell them where Chris is, and as he walks away he is kidnapped Bradley and driven off. Simon gives chase in his Jaguar XJS.

South Harrow

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Trouble with Women (Cyril Frankel: October 1968)
Paul Lang is driven in his limousine (from the station along Northolt Road) to Raeburn House (Northolt Road, now demolished). Jeff and Marty arrive in the Vauxhall (from the South) and park opposite. They watch as Lang brings a dark-haired woman out and drives away.
(Identified by Nick Williams: 1998)

Southall, Greater London


photo: Stephen Carter

THE NEW AVENGERS: Cat Amongst the Pigeons (John Hough: June 1976)
Mike Gambit (Gareth Hunt) arrives at the tower-house home Richard Foster (near Junction of The Straight and The Crescent). Unfortunately, Zarcardi has already dispatched a falcon to make Foster his next victim.

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Midas Touch (Robert Fuest: Spring 1976)
Driving his red Jaguar, Gambit (Gareth Hunt) and Purdey (Joanna Lumley), chase after the assassin as he flees from HeathrowAirport. The two cars speed down a road (The Straight) before coming to a halt at the entrance gate to a gas works (Southall Gas Works - demolished). The assassin climbs the gate and is soon followed by Purdey and Gambit. The assassin attempts to hide from the pair in the maze of pipes and gasometers. Freddy (John Cason) is already in the gas works investigating the activities of Professor Turner. Later Purdey, Steed and Gambit race in the red Jaguar arrive to the Exhibition of Gold Antiquities, they pass this way (The Straight, turning into Randolph Road) just before arriving at the exhibition venue.
(Last sequence identified by Alan Field, August 2007)


photo: Stephen Carter

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
In Sleepers, Purdey (Joanna Lumley) is driving a red mini, pursued by Bart (Prentis Hancock) with a machine gun. For a while they circle round a road junction (The Crescent/The Straight). Purdey drives down The Straight and crashes the car into a wall in (White Street).

THE NEW AVENGERS: Angles of Death (Ernest day: Summer 1977)
Manderson (Terence Alexander) drives his Morris 2000 with Steed (Patrick Macnee) as a passenger. They are passed by a Green Mini driven by Tammy (Caroline Monroe). Manderson collapses and Steed attempts to prevent a serious crash.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Signal Stop (Ray Austin: ???)
A man is thrown from a window at night (Factory Units, TheStraight/Park Avenue Area). The following morning Simon Termplar (Ian Ogilvy), Janie Lennox (Ciaran Madden) and a colleague meet Inspector Grant (Frederick Jaeger) at a nearby factory to search for evidence. Templar and Janie return to the site later and discover a sign has been moved. As they search the area, Templar sees Plackett (Brian Glover) watching them and gives chase as he drives off.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Debt Collectors (Leslie Norman: 1978)
Jimmy Wilson (Bob Sherman) is kidnapped by (Neil McCarthy) in his Ford. They are perused by Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) in his car into a gas works (Southall Gas Works - redeveloped). The villains' car nearly collides with a cherry picker and Jimmy Wilson escapes, but he falls to his death after being cornered by Neil on a high gangway.

Film:
BIGGLES (1986)

Television:
QUATERMASS (1979)
THE PROFESSIONALS – most episodes

Southend Airport, Southend on Sea, Essex

THE PRISONER: The Chimes of Big Ben (Don Chaffey: 1967)
The crate carrying Number 6 and Nadia is loaded onto a plane in Copenhagen to be flown directly to London.

Stackpole Quay, Pembrokeshire

DANGER MAN: The Conspirators (Michael Truman: ??)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives on the isle of Fran Jou with orders to collect Judith Lindsay.

Stanbridgeford Station, nr. Leighton Buzzard, Bucks (demolished)

THE AVENGERS: Noon Doomsday (Peter Sykes: July 1968)
Farrington (Ray Brooks) and Grant (T.P.McKenna) arrive at Langs Halt Station on horseback to wait for the arrival of Kafta by helicopter at noon.

Stapleford Park, nr. Melton Mowbray, Leics (railway open once annually) û

 

THE AVENGERS: The Grave-Diggers (Quentin Lawrence: 5th April 1965)
Scenes shot here featuring the miniature railway at Winslip Junction, including Sir Horace (Ronald Fraser) riding his train, Steed (Patrick Macnee) battling to save Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) from Baron (Ray Austin) and Sager (Steven Berkoff) on John O'Gaunt and Johnson's (Paul Massie) final ducking.

Start Point Lighthouse, nr. Dartmouth, Devon

THE AVENGERS: All Done With Mirrors (Ray Austin: May 1968)
Tara investigates the Carmadoc Lighthouse when she visits it in her Moke. Whist she is there she sees Pandora Marshall (Joanna Jones) arrive.

Strawberry Hill, Richmond on Thames

THE AVENGERS: Don't Look Behind You (Peter Hammond: July 1963)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) shows off his new Bentley when he drives Kathy Gale (Honor Blackman) to Resagne Hall, the home of Sir Cavalier Resagne.

Film:
THE TRYGON FACTOR (1966)

Stobo Castle, Scottish Borders, Scotland

MAN OF THE WORLD: The Highland Story
(Identified by Andrew Staton, May 2013)

Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire

THE BARON: The Man Outside (Roy Baker: September 1966)
Mannering and Cordelia arrive in the Jensen at Scottish town to attend the inquest into Douglas McKrae's death (establishing shot).
(Spotted by Alan Leventhall, August 2010)

Studland Bay, Purbeck, Dorset

 
photo: Geoff Dodd

DEPARTMENT S: Blackout (Ray Austin: September 1968)
In the Bahamas. Wolf arranges for Jason King to be lured to a deserted beach by Billie (Studland Bay). Once they are alone Wolf drives onto the beach and shoots at King, killing Billie. Later Dr. Lang and Wolf leave their villa along a coastal road (Ferry Road). Stewart Sullivan is waiting in a car and watches them drive past. On hearing a silent alarm triggered in the villa, Lang and Wolf race races back (Ferry Road opposite Knoll House Hotel). Later Stewart instructs Annabelle to meet him at Hyde Point (Studland Bay) where Wolf is waiting for her.
(Identified by Mike Saunders, October 2004)

 
photo: Geoff Dodd

DEPARTMENT S: The Treasure Of The Costa Del Sol (John Gilling: September 1968)
Posing as a married couple Annabelle and Stewart go to pay a call on Camilo Garria in Torremolinos (Ferry Road). Later Annabelle and Jason watch as Stewart Sullivan, in full scuba gear wades out to sea to collect a brace of fake fish (Studland Bay). Annabelle is there to greet him on his return to shore.
(Identified by Mike Saunders, October 2004)

Sunbury-on-Thames

DANGER MAN: Loyalty Always Pays (Peter Yates, 1965)
Drake goes to visit the Ministry of Defence Building (BP Research Centre, Chertsey Road, redeveloped) to speak to Enugu. Later, when Drake and Major Barrington attempt to steal a copy of the treaty with China Enugu drives over to deal with the situation. With the help of Beyla (Johnny Seka), Drake is able to get a copy of the plans out of the building.
(identified by Alan Field, May 2009, confirmed by Geoff Dodd, March 2012)

Stwlan Dam, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd

THE SAINT: The House on Dragon's Rock (Roger Moore: February 1966)
Simon Templer drives his Volvo through "the land of mountains and scudding clouds". Later Carmen drives back to the institute with news from the village.

THE SAINT: The Queen's Ransom (Roy Baker: April 1966)
On the last leg of their journey Templar and Adana's car is ambushed on a dangerous mountain road, but it is the attacker's car that plummets to the ground when it fails to take a bend during the chase.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Sweet Sue (Robert Tronson: October 1966)
Sue is taken on a hair-raising joyride by her boyfriend along a dangerous mountain road.

THE SAINT: The Counterfeit Contessa (Leslie Norman: January 1967)
The Saint guides his Volvo down a dangerous mountain road then he finds that his brakes have been cut.

THE PERSUADERS!:Powerswitch (Basil Dearden: 1970)
Danny, Brett, Pekoe and Morgan find that the brakes of their Jaguar have been tampered with as they escape from the villa. Danny manages to stop the car but one of Crane's men tries to ram the car over a cliff edge.

Television:
EDGE OF DARKNESS (1985)
THE GLAM METAL DETECTIVES (1995)

Syon House Gardens, Syon Park, Richmond on Thames £

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) and Rufus Blake (George Sewell) find temporary refuge in a botanical garden.

Film:
CATCH US IF YOU CAN (1965)
BEDAZZLED (1967)

Tan Aeldroch Farm, Pony-y-Pant, Conwy

 

DANGER MAN: The Professionals (Michael Truman: 1964)
Desmond Pearson (Alex Scott) and John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrive at an alternative border crossing and trick the guards by filling their police car with sand bags. The fugitives make their way into Austria across the wooden bridge.

Teddington Studios, Broom Road, Teddington, Middlesex û

THE AVENGERS: Traitor in Zebra (Richmond Harding: November 1962)
Steed (Patrick Macnee), dressed as an navy Commander arrives in his Lagonda at the research laboratory to see Doctor Gale, he is allowed through the gates of the establishment (Teddington Studios gates).
(Spotted by Mike Richardson, April 2010)

Thames Ditton, Surrey

 

H.G.WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Man in Disguise (Quentin Lawrence/Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Brady drives Sally in his Austin Heeley (Weston Green Road and Hampton Court Road Junction) and is pursued by Nick's Sunbeam.

Tilbury, Thurrock

GIDEON’S WAY: The Great Plane Robbery (Leslie Norman: March-April 1965)
D.C.I. David Keen (Alexander Davion) and Commander Gideon (John Gregson) go to Tilbury to look for the Bailey’s motor yacht. Bailey (George Baker). They spot Phyllis Bailey (Pamela Conway)at the shops (Civic Square) and follow her cab to the docks where her husband and Harold (Jeremy Burnham)are waiting.

Torquay, Devon

THE SAINT: The Better Mousetrap (Gordon Fleming: June 1966)
Night time, Cannes - After a man falls from his balcony, Simon is questioned by the Cannes police.

THE SAINT: The People Importers (Ray Austin: 1968)
Simon Templar goes to spend the evening in a Sussex yacht club.

THE PERSUADERS!:Nuisance Value (Leslie Norman: 1971)
Establishing shots for the location of Hotel Don Juan in Spain.

Trawsfynydd Power Station, Gwynedd £

DANGER MAN: The Battle of The Cameras (Don Chaffey: 1964)
Martine steals French nuclear secrets from under the noses of two French officials.

DANGER MAN: That's Two of Us Sorry (Quentin Lawrence: June 1964)
Drake is driving through Scotland on his way to Loch Broom Nuclear Power Station. Later Drake (Patrick McGoohan) strolls around the complex taking notes for his supposed audit.
(Spotted by Max Pemberton)

Trebarwith Strand, Cornwall

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Lion And The Unicorn (Ray Austin: 1977)
Steed and Purdey flee from The Unicorn's hotel in Purdey's TR7. Despite attempts by The Unicorn's men they manage to escape from the village

Tremadog, Gwynedd

THE SAINT: The House on Dragon's Rock (Roger Moore: February 1966)
Establishing shots of Llanfairtrawssychnant Village.

THE CHAMPIONS: Twelve Hours (Robert Asher: Late 1967)
Establishing shot of Scottish village where Craig is interrogating one of the truck hijackers.

Twickenham, Greater London

THE AVENGERS: Brief for Murder (Peter Hammond: April 1963)
John Steed (Patrick Macnee) rides along the Thames on a bicycle (between Ham Dock and Teddington Lock). He approaches the motor yacht carrying Mrs Gale (Honor Blackman) and Miss Prinn (Alice Fraser). He takes our a revolver and shoots Mrs gale. She falls into the water (opposite the boat houses on Strawberry Vale). Miss Prinn rows to the shore and finds only a bowler hat left by the fleeing Steed.

 
Photos: Alan Field

STRANGE REPORT: Report 4997Swindle: "Square root of evil" (Brian Smedley-Aston: November 1968)
Hamlyn Gynt (Kaz Garas) follows Karen’s Mini in his taxi to the home of Nils Paavo in Chelsea (Lebanon Court, Richmond Road). Later Adam Strange (Anthony Quayle) and Inspector Peters (Michael Forrest) arrive looking for Lambeth Mansions, apartment 7 when they spot the abandoned taxi.
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2007)


Photo: Alan Field

STRANGE REPORT: Report 3424 Epidemic: 'A most curious crime' (Daniel Petrie: October/November 1968)
Morrison (Peter Vaughn) and Captain Tork (Graham Haberfield) hold Hamlyn Gynt (Caz Garas) prisoner on their boat (The Wharf, Teddington). Mehdi (ShivendraSinha) pleads with the two men not to harm Gyn, but luckily, he escapes. Later Adam Strange (Anthony Quayle), posing as a taxi driver, delivers Ameen (Saeed Jaffrey) to the docks.
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2007)

Tywyn, Gwynedd

THE CHAMPIONS: The Body-Snatchers (Paul Dickson: Late 1967)
Sharon and Craig travel to Wales by train to find out what has happened to Richard. They arrive at a station (The Narrow Gauge Railway Museum, Wharf Station, Tywyn).

The Trout, Wolvercote, near Oxford, Oxfordshire

INSPECTOR MORSE: The Wolvercote Tongue (Alistair Reid: 1988)
Police divers descover the Wolvercote Tongue below the weir whilst Morse (John Thaw) and Lewis (Kevin Whately) watch from the bridge.

INSPECTOR MORSE: Second Time Around (Paul Wheeler: 1990)
Miss Redpath (Adie Allen) meets Chief Inspector Morse (John Thaw) at a country pub to talk about her father.

The Ugly House, A5, near Betws-y-Coed, Conwy

THE SAINT: The House on Dragon's Rock (Roger Moore: February 1966)
Simon Templar drives through Wales on his way to visit an old friend.

Voter Run, near Crackington Haven, Cornwall

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Lion And The Unicorn (Ray Austin: 1977)
Steed and Purdey, in Purdey's TR7, are chased along a road between high hedges (road nearest Voter Run).

Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire

 
photos: Geoff Dodd

THE SAINT: The People Importers (Ray Austin: 1968)
Suresh Gupta (Salmaan Peer) is pursued to a junkyard where he is able to telephone for his sister. Bonner (Neil Hallett) and Slater (Gary Miller) in the Bentley see Suresh and chase him further into the junkyard. Simon Templar (Roger Moore) and Mailia (NikHassal) arrive in Simon's Volvo. Mailia telephones the police while Simon deals with the villains.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, February 2007)

Walton on Thames, Surrey

DANGER MAN: The Black Book (Michael Truman: 1965)
Drake follows the Simone (Georgina Ward) as she collects a blackmail payment dropped over a bridge parapet (Walton Bridge) by one of her victims.

DANGER MAN: Say It With Flowers (Peter Yates 1965).
A Home Office official (Basil Dignam) hails a taxi driven by Drake (Patrick McGoohan) to brief him on his trip to Switzerland. Drake drops the government man off at the crossroads (corner of the High Street, Church Terrace, Thames Street and Hepworth Way).
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, April 2006)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: The Madison Equation (Rex Firkin: 1968)
The main entrance to the office block where the National Computer Centre is housed and the Madisons work on the Computex GB computer (Walton Court, Station Avenue).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, May 2010)

Warfiled Hall, Warfield, Berkshire û

HAMMER HOUSE OF HORROR: The Thirteenth Reunion (Peter Sasdy: 1980)
Ruth Cairns (Julia Foster) investigates a large white house at which the reunion is being held.
(Identified by Bob Rocca, August 2007)

Television:
THE PROFESSIONALS
: Wild Justice (Dennis Abey: June/July 1980)

Warkworth Castle, Warkworth, Northumberland

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD: Flight from France (Terry Bishop: 1957)

Wembley, Greater London

THE AVENGERS: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Station (John Krish: March 1967)
Lucas (Michael Nightingale) is pursued through a rail yard (Wembley Yard, just south of Wembley Central Station) by a couple of enemy agents intent on shortening his life.
(Identified by Philip Langton, July 2005)

Wembley Point, A406 North Circular Road/Harrow Road, Stonebridge, London

THE AVENGERS: Look - (Stop me if you've heard this one) But There Were These Two Fellers (James Hill: March 1968)
Maxie Martin (Jimmy Jewel) and Jennings (Julian Chagrin) wait outside the offices of The Caritol Land and Development Corporation in their taxi. Later they plant a bomb in the car of Brigadier Wiltshire (Garry Marsh).

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: The Madison Equation (Rex Firkin: 1968)
Establishing shot of the office block where the National Computer Centre is housed and the Madisons work on the Computex GB computer.

Wembley Stadium, Wembley, Greater London (redeveloped) £

THE AVENGERS: The Fear Merchants (Gordon Flemyng: September 1966)
Agoraphobic, Richard Meadows, wakes up in the middle of Wembley Stadium.
(Confirmed by Wyn Roberts, April 2003)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Somebody Just Walked Over My Grave (Cyril Frankel: Summer 1969)
Marty transports himself to Munich to watch the England vs. West Germany football match (footage of 1966 World Cup final, 30th July).
(Identified by Paul Stroud, October 2010)

THE PROTECTORS: Blockbuster (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Birch (Stanley Meadows) and Slater (Maurice O’Connell) meets in the car park of Wembley Stadium to share the first part of the payment for the robbery.

Wendover, Buckinghamshire

GIDEON’S WAY: Morna (Cyril Frankel, October 1964)
Gideon and David Keen drives to Wendley (High Street, Wendover) to help the Chief Inspector Budd with the case. Later Gideon interviews Green and Usher at Wendley police station.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2007)

Weston Green, Esher, Surrey

THE AVENGERS: Traitor in Zebra (Richmond Harding: November 1962)
Rankin (John Sharp) walks his dog to the local shop, where the animal enters the premises alone. Meanwhile, Rankin moves off to stand beside a tree on the grassland opposite the shop. Having walked across the grassland, Graham (William Gaunt) arrives and he enters the shop. Later, Franks (Richard Leech) arrives and he also enters the shop. The following evening an anxious Mellors (Ian Shand) arrives at the Glendower Arms Hotel (The Greyhound) in his Morris 1000 Traveller at night for a meeting with Rankin. Later, Mellors leaves and getting back into his car, he is attacked from behind by an assailant who garrotes him.
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2010)

Whitby, North Yorkwhire

U.F.O.: Reflections in the Water (David Tomblin, 1970)
Straker watches scenes of this "Cornish fishing village" in the studio cinema.
(Identified by Neil Rigby, June 2016)

White Castle (Castell Gwyn), Llantilio Crossenny, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire £

SIR LANCELOT: Knight's Choice (Peter Maxwell:???)
????
(Identified by Philip Davis, October 2002)

Whitstable, Kent

STRANGE REPORT: Report No.4407-HEART:'No choice for the donor' (Robert Asher: July 1968)
Escorted by a fishing boat, Gynt (Kaz Garas) finally finishes his cross-channel swim in Dover and staggers up the beach. He is greeted by the press (outside Whitstable Yacht Club).
(Identified by Celia O'Connor, September 2009)

Widemouth Bay, Cornwall

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Lion And The Unicorn (Ray Austin: 1977)
Steed and Purdey, in Purdey's TR7, are chased past a large house (Widemouth Manor Hotel) on a coastal road (Marine Drive).

Wighton, nr. Wells-Next-The Sea, Norfolk

THE AVENGERS: The Town Of No Return (Peter Graham Scott: November 1964)
Smallwood (Patrick Newell) leaves the pub and walks down the street on the way to see his brother. He is followed by Saul (Robert Brown). Smallwood enters the blacksmiths. Smallwood is followed by Saul to the church.

Winfrith, Dorset

THE AVENGERS: The Bird Who Knew Too Much (Roy Rossotti: October 1966)
Frank Elrick examines the photograph he as found. It shows the position of a secret missile installation (The experimental DRAGON reactor, at the former UK Atomic Energy Authority site).
(identified by Andrew Chilcott, August 2013)

Woburn Abbey, Woburn, Bedfordshire £

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Man from Nowhere (Robert Tronson: 5th March 1969)
Jeannie (Annette André) tests 'Marty' (Ray Brooks) about Woburn, as they are followed by Hyde Watson (Michael Gwynn) and Mannering (Patrick Newall).

Films:
THE IRON MAIDEN (1962)
CROSSPLOT (1969)

Wormwood Scrubs Prison, Du Cane Road, Hammersmith W12

THE BARON: Something for a Rainy Day (Cyril Frankel: November 1965)
Ann Seldon (Ann Lynn) greets her father, Seldon (Michael Gwynn) when he is released from prison but they are watched from across the street by Max Holder (Patrick Allen) from his car.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
Rufus Blake (George Sewell) is released from prison and catches a taxi which drops him off round the corner where he is picked up by McGill.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: It's Supposed to be Thicker Than Water (Leslie Norman: Autumn 1968)
Establishing shots of prison which Jeff visits.

York House, Riverside, Twickenham, London

THE AVENGERS: The Undertakers (Bill Bain: July/August 1963)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) chases the Madden (Patrick Holt) and Green (Howard Goorney) around the grounds of AdelphiPark and exchange shots. Cathy Gale (Honor Blackman) responds to the sound of gunfire and rushes out to help Steed. The action climaxes in a firefight round the fountain.

Film:
ALFIE (1966)

Zig-Zag Road, Box Hill, Nr. Dorking, Surrey

THE SAINT: The Fellow Traveller (Peter Yates: )
A lorry attempts to force Simon Templar's Volvo off the road after the driver waves it past.

THE SAINT: The Revolution Racket (Pat Jackson: April/May 1964)
Pablo and Manuuel drive Simon, Doris and Sherm to the San Martino.

THE SAINT: The Frightened Innkeeper (Roy Baker: December 1964)
The Saint drives Julia to fetch the police in his Volvo. At the top of the hill they leave the car to see who is following them. They see Jeffroll's car chased by Wheems and Kane in their car. As Julia and Simon watch, Jeffroll is forced off the road and crashes into a tree. Seconds later the bomb in the Volvo explodes destroying Simons car. Kane and Wheems carry Jeffroll away with them assuming Simon has been killed.

DANGER MAN: Two Birds with One Bullet (Peter Yates: 1965)
Drake picked up from prison and taken to militia training school. Drake offers to drive Doctor Shargis home, but the car is sabotaged. Drake is able to avoid a serious crash after a hair raising journey down the hill.

THE SAINT: The Chequered Flag (Leslie Norman: February 1965)
Simon drives Catherine Marshall in a Rolls Royce to Oscar Newley's workshop to pose as potential investors (back projection only).

THE BARON: And Suddenly You're Dead (Cyril Frankel: January 1966)
Peter Franklin's red car goes out of control on a mountain road and heads towards a cliff.

THE BARON: Time To Kill (Jeremy Summers: May 1966)
Christina and Vitali drive along the road in their Jaguar as Menendez signals from his car to Gardo (Stephen Scott) on the hillside. Gardo shoots the tires of the car and it goes out of control. Later Christine is in the same car when the brakes fail.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Sweet Sue (Robert Tronson: September 1966)
Sue is taken on a hair-raising joyride by Charles and Mark in the country and Charles just manages to stop the car before it crashes.

THE CHAMPIONS: Operation Deep-Freeze (Paul Dickson: April 1967)
Whilst driving his Alfa Romeo in the country Richard's sixth sense starts to warn him of impending danger.

THE CHAMPIONS: A Case of Lemmings (Paul Dickson: Summer 1967)
An Interpol agent drives his car along a precipitous road and takes his hands of the wheel allowing it to run off the road towards a cliff.

THE SAINT: The World Beater (Leslie Norman: Summer 1968)
Simon (Roger Moore) test drives his car observed by Kay Collingwood (Patricia Haynes) and Justin. Later during the race, Kay and Simon stop their rally car at a marshal's post and check their time.

Films:
CASINO ROYALE (1967)
CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG (1968)
CORRUPTION (1968)

 

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