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E1

Bigland Street


Photo: Stephen Carter

THE NEW AVENGERS:Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Two policeman (Jason White, Tony McHale) are in their car parked in this road when they receive a call to go north of the river as HQ are unable to get in contact with anyone there. They drive off, turning right into Cannon Street.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, November 2000)

Brewhouse Lane

GIDEONíS WAY: The White Rat (Roy Baker, August 1964)
Local cafť where Yob sees Fingers talking to Syd Taylor (cafť demolished, corner of Brewhouse Lane and Wapping High Street).
(Identified by Stephen Carter, September 2007)

THE BARON: Countdown (Robert Asher: October 1965)
Outside a seedy cafť (cafť demolished, corner of Brewhouse Lane and Wapping High Street ) Compton discusses his plans to take Mannering's place with his cronies then drives off to the meeting.
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, May 2002)

Brick Lane

 
Photos: Stephen Carter

GIDEONíS WAY: Big Fish, Little Fish (Cyril Frankel: October 1964)
Commander Gideon (John Gregson) and Inspector David Keen (Alexander Davion) arrive at Cowanís shop looking for ĎHappyí. Later Gideon and Hemmingway are driven in Gideonís car round to the Gowanís shop

Choppin's Court,


Photo: Stephen Carter

GIDEONíS WAY: Boy With Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
Chase down an alley, where they hide.
(Identified Stephen Carter, July 2007)

Commercial Street

GIDEONíS WAY: Big Fish, Little Fish (Cyril Frankel: October 1964)
Commander Gideon drives to the Commercial Street Police Station to talk to Commander Hemmingway.

GIDEONíS WAY: Boy With Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
Doctor Kirk is interviewed by Gideon at the Commercial Street Police Station.

Gardiner's Corner

GIDEONíS WAY: Big Fish, Little Fish (Cyril Frankel: October 1964)
The story opens in Londonís East End.

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Hearing at 9:30 in the morning at the Old Bailey Ė Syd Carter on a murder charge.

Glamis Road

THE CHAMPIONS: The Invisible Man (Cyril Frankel: April 1967)
Sharron and Richard race across Rotterdam to the warehouse (film is transposed left to right).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, May 2009)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: (Leslie Norman: 1977 ??)
Black September members Masroof (Stephen Grief) and Caliban (Shango Baku) are holding Leila Sabin (Prunella Gee) hostage. They phone from a call box to make a deal with Simon Templar (The Highway, junction of Glamis Road).
(Identified by GBC, Britmovie Forum, December 2008)

Frostic Place (now Frostic Walk, much redeveloped)

GIDEONíS WAY: Big Fish, Little Fish (Cyril Frankel: October 1964)
A Police woman (Diane Elliott) spots Peter Wray (Alan Baulch) in the market and follows him home, number 10 Lytton Street.
(Identified Stephen Carter, August 2007)

Irongate Wharf,

GIDEON'S WAY: The Tin God (Directed by John Gilling: June 1964)
Police converge on Crosby Street.
(Identified Stephen Carter, September 2007)

King Edward Memorial Park,

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Enemy Outside (Roy Baker ???)
While working at the docks as a crane driver Jeff Broadley suddenly has a panic attack brought on by looking at the sun and leaving the controls unmanned, he causes some barrels to be dropped on the quayside in a dangerous manner. Scrambling to leave his crane, he goes outside and begins climbing down a ladder, but partway down he loses his grip and falls to the concrete below where he breaks a leg.
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2011)

Middlesex Street

GIDEONíS WAY: Big Fish, Little Fish(Cyril Frankel: October 1964)
An East end Market where Peter Wray and his mother look an opportunity to steal.

Old Montagu Street

GIDEONíS WAY: Big Fish, Little Fish(Cyril Frankel: October 1964)
A Police woman (Diane Elliott) spots Peter Wray (Alan Baulch) in the market and follows him home, number 10 Lytton Street.
(Identified Stephen Carter, August 2007)

Saint Katherine's Dock

GIDEONíS WAY: The White Rat (Roy Baker, August 1964)
After a tip-off from Yob, the police arrive in force to capture Mickey Heston who is waiting to sail to freedom.

GIDEON'S WAY: The Tin God (Directed by John Gilling: June 1964)
John ĎBennyí Benson (Derren Nesbit) and Freddy Tisdale (John Hurt) arrive at a warehouse to meet Charley Muliver. Later Muliver drops of Syd Benson (Michael Cashman ) at the warehouse. The van is spotted by a policeman, PC Abbot, who sends in a report. Det. Chief Insp. Keen (Alexander Davion) goes to investigate and guesses that Benson is in hiding locally. More policean are sent for and by the time Commander Gideon (John Gregson) arrives, the chase is nearly over. (Locations in and around St Katharineís, Harrisonís Wharves and Irongate Wharves, and Little Thames Street demolished as part of the St Katharineís Dock project).
(Identified by Jaz Wiseman, October 2005)

THE BARON: There's Someone Close Behind You(Roy Baker: December 1965)
Alan Jordan (Michael Robbins) and Sheldon (Mike Pratt) arrive at the docks looking for someone who may have overheard their plans. Marty Cranwell (Ken Parry) had already telephoned Mannering to meet him there. He waits in the shadows while the villains hunt for him.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, May 2009)

THE PROTECTORS: Blockbuster (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Paul Buchet (Tony Anholt) searches the river bank and interviews an angler for information about the missing security van.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: One Black September (Leslie Norman: 1977)
The Saint's Jaguar follows the school bus past Tower Bridge into St. Katherine's Dock the children leave in the bus and are followed to the boats. Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) and Captain Leila Sabin (Prunella Gee) watch as someone picks up his passport from Garston (Audrey Morris). A chase follows.
(Spotted by Sam Mitchell)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Collision Course Part One: The Brave Goose (Cyril Frankel: 1978)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) and Annabel West (Gayle Hunnicutt) rush out of Aliceís Discoteque, Marseilles, in pursuit of the man who has just stabbed a detective to death in the club. They chase after the murdererís car in Simonís Jaguar.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Tower Bridge is Falling Down (Leon Griffiths: ???)
Ray Dennis (John Woodvine) returns in a launch after showing Buzz Wepner (Paul Maxwell) Tower Bridge.

Tower Bridge Approach

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Shadow On The Screen (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Dee pulls up in a Ford Consul to let The Invisible Man out, and drives off towards Tower Bridge pursued by a black Ford Pilot.
(Spotted by Sam Mitchell, September 2000)

Tower Bridge

THE SENTIMENTAL AGENT: Title Sequence
Carlos Varell (Carlos Thompson) drives his Aston Martin to the offices of Mercury International (by Butlerís Wharf).
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, February 2011)

THE SAINT: Luella (Roy Baker: 1963)
Establishing shot of the Bridge.
(Spotted by Sam Mitchell, September 2000)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Variation On A Million Bucks - part 1 (Pat Jackson: November 1966)
London bridge is seen from the docks (Lower Thames Street) where McGillís boat is waiting to take him to Portugal.
(Spotted by, Stephen Carter, June 2001)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Variation On A Million Bucks - part 2 (Robert Tronson: November 1966)
London bridge is seen from the docks (Lower Thames Street) where McGillís boat is waiting to take him to Portugal.
(Spotted by, Stephen Carter, June 2001)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Just For the Record (Jeremy Summers: ??)
It is early morning in London, and in a nearby warehouse mischief is afoot.

UFO: The Long Sleep (Jeremy Summers: September 1970)
Catherine Fraser (Tessa Wyatt) and Tim (Christian Roberts) take a trip on a Thames riverboat. Tim explains his reasons for quitting medicine.

THE PROTECTORS: Blockbuster (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Security van crosses Tower Bridge on its way to Saunders Chemical Works

THE ADVENTURER: Mr Calloway is a Very Cautious Man (Barry Morse)
Establishing shot of Tower Bridge
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2005)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Obono Affair (Peter Sasdy: ???)
Jim Batley the fake policeman (John Atkinson) threatens Mombasa (Oscar James) as they drive off with Joey (Paul Medford).
(Spotted by Sam Mitchell)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Tower Bridge is Falling Down (Leon Griffiths: ???)
Ray Dennis (John Woodvine) and Sammy (Alfie Bass) track Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy), Posing as Sir Malcolm Street, to Tower Bridge. Later Sammy (Alfie Bass), Simon Templar, Inspector Ashton (Stanley Meadows), Jenny Stewart (Fiona Curzon), Buzz Wepner (Paul Maxwell) and Mrs Stewart (Sally Lahee) take a launch up the Thames to see Tower Bridge and celebrate their victory.

Wapping High Street

GIDEONíS WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
First fire lit in Lambeth (Gun Wharves). Later, after lighting a fire at Atlas Paint Co. Tom Bishop (George Cole) leaves the scene on his scooter (St. Johnís Wharf).
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2007).

GIDEONíS WAY: The White Rat (Roy Baker, August 1964)
Syd Taylor squeezes into the back of Mary Henderson's Jaguar outside North East Division Police Station (Wapping Police Station). Fingers (Dermot Kelly) is walking home (past
Gun Wharves) when he hears the sound of a bike. It is Yob (David Gregory) who has followed him from the cafť. Yob corners him (in the Alley between Wapping tube station and Gun Wharves) makes sure Fingers does not tell any more tales to the police. Sergeant Syd Taylor (David Davies) peers into the window of a local pub (Town of Ramsgate Public House), suspicious that Mickey Keston is nowhere to be seen in his usual Saturday night haunts.
(Identified Stephen Carter, September 2007)


Photo: Stephen Carter

GIDEONíS WAY: Boy With Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
Chris Kirk (Howard Knight) walks past Orient Wharf. Later, after Tim Murphy (George Sewell) has chased Chris Kirk (Howard Knight) and Vince Kelly (Michael Craze) across a bridge, the boys are chased through the streets to the Colonial Wharves and Chris Kirk stands his ground in one of the warehouses. Keen and Gideon also end up at the docks (Gun Wharves).


Photo: Stephen Carter

THE BARON: Countdown (Robert Asher: October 1965)
Outside a seedy cafť Compton discusses his plans to take Mannering's place with his cronies then drives off to the meeting. Later Mannering gives his statement to the police after being attacked on the building site (Wapping Police Station).
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, May 2002 and Stephen Carter, September 2007)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
The police car travels along this quiet street (passing Scandrett Street on the left) and one of the policemen (Jason White) comments how deserted it is, ďas if everyone's gone to MarsĒ.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, November 2000)

Wapping Old Stairs

GIDEONíS WAY: The White Rat(Roy Baker, August 1964)
Rose Lenman (Virginia Maskell) with her suitcase becomes aware she is being followed and turns left into an alleyway (Wapping Old Stairs).
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, September 2007)

Wentworth Street

GIDEONíS WAY: Big Fish, Little Fish (Cyril Frankel: October 1964)
An East end Market where Peter Wray and his mother look an opportunity to steal. After being caught in the act Peter Wray (Alan Baulch) runs through the market and into a side passageway. After being caught in the act Peter Wray (Alan Baulch) runs through the market and ducks into a side passageway leading to a yard.
(Identified Stephen Carter, July 2007)

GIDEONíS WAY: Boy With Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
Establishing shots of the East End include this Market.
(Identified Stephen Carter, July 2007)

Western Docks (redeveloped as Kennet Street)

THE BARON: There's Someone Close Behind You (Roy Baker: December 1965)
Establishing shot London Docks where Jordan and Sheldon arrive looking for someone who may have overheard their plans.

E2

Cheshire Street


Photo: Stephen Carter

GIDEONíS WAY: Big Fish, Little Fish (Cyril Frankel: October 1964)
After running across a railway footbridge Peter Wray (Alan Baulch) runs straight into the path of Commander Gideonís (John Gregson) police car. Gideon gets out to see if the boy is in one piece, but he runs away.

Three Colts Corner


Photos: Stephen Carter

GIDEONíS WAY: Big Fish, Little Fish (Cyril Frankel: October 1964)
Peter Wray (Alan Baulch) runs across a railway footbridge and down some stairs into a street after stealing a purse in the market.
(Identified Stephen Carter, July 2007)

GIDEONíS WAY: Boy With Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
Tim Murphy (George Sewell) Chris Kirk (Howard Knight) and Vince Kelly (Michael Craze) chases the boys across a bridge.
(Identified Stephen Carter, July 2007)

E6

Beckton Gas Works (demolished)

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Midas Touch (Robert Fuest: Spring 1976)
Former British agent Freddy (John Carson)  is sleeping off a heavy night in an abandoned building when he is awoken by the arrival of two Land Rovers carrying Professor Taylor (David Swift) and his men. The men search the building and find a guinea pig which bites Tayman (Lionel Guyett). Professor Taylor is forced to shoot Tayman. Freddy watches as Taylor and his men drive away with their prize.
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2010)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
The tour bus arrives at a deserted dock by the Thames. Tina (Sara Kestelman) tells the passengers to hide their weapons and make theselves comfortable. Bart (Prentis Hancock) checks checks his weapon. Frank Hardy (Joe Dunne) tries to escape to warn Steed but is shot by Tina. In the morning Brady (Keith Buckley) arrives with the S-95 gas and hands it over to the helicopter pilot (Peter Godfrey). He makes a final inspection of the gang before they set off. Gang memebers include Fred (Gavin Campbell), Ben (Dave Schofield) and Bill (Leo Dolan).
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2010)

Films:
BRANNIGAN (1975)

Television:
DANGER UXB (1979)

E8

Ridley Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The 'V' Men (Cyril Frankel: July 1964)
Sir Andrew Vane addresses an unruly mob as part of his Victory Movementís election campaign (newsreel footage of a confrontation with the British Union of Fascists)
(Stephen Carter, August 2007)

E11

High Road Leytonstone, Waltham Forest

GIDEONíS WAY:The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
The fire brigade races to the fire at the Atlas Paint Company (past Rothschilds which was at no 748 just north of Browning Road).
(Identified by Adrian Grepnold, December 2009)

E14

Canary Wharf

THE AVENGERS: Two's a Crowd (Roy Baker: May 1965)
A model Cessna flies over London to drop a message from PSEV into Brodny's punchbowl at the London embassy (aerial footage of  The Isle of Dogs and Rotherhithe).
(Spotted by Mike Richardson,  March 2012)

George V Docks, Tower Hamlets

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Variation On A Million Bucks - part 1 (Pat Jackson: November 1966)
McGill makes his way to Londonís docks where a boat is waiting to take him to Portugal (stock footage from flats on Newland Street).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: It's Supposed to be Thicker Than Water(Leslie Norman: September 1968)
Jeff gets an anonymous phone call which tells him to go to the Depford Warehouse, Southern docks and talk to Harry Dawson for information about Johnny Crackan (stock footage from flats on Newland Street).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Ghost Talks (Cyril Frankel: July 1969)
Marty is held captive aboard a Russian ship in the London docks.

East India Dockís Road

    
Photos: Stephen Carter

GIDEONíS WAY: Boy With Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
The lorry carrying the two boys arrives in London. Chris Kirk (Howard Knight) and Vince Kelly (Michael Craze) jump out before the dock gates (Mallet Street).

Regents Canal Dock, Limehouse Basin

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Shadow on the Screen (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Peter Brady causes the freighter to crash into the dock wall narrowly avoiding two dockers.

Wapping Lane

GIDEONíS WAY: Boy With Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
The boys are spotted by a police man (standing by The White Swan, 97 Wapping Lane) and are chased through the streets.

E16

Woolwich Free Ferry ('Ernest Bevin'), North Woolwich


Photo: Stephen Carter

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Could You Recognise the Man Again? (Jeremy Summers: Spring 1969)
Establishing shot of the ferry, where Jennings is discussing how George Roden has moved in on the Jennings brothers' pitch.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

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