London NW

NW1

Albert Street

GIDEONíS WAY: The Wall (Leslie Norman, January 1965)
The bed-sitting room of Michael Penn (Richard Carpenter) Netta Penn (Ann Bell) at 15 Retcar Street, Highgate, London N19. As they leave they meet Mary Mason (Pauline Yates) and Ralph Mason (Bernard Brown) who invite them over sometime. Commander Gideon (John Gregson) and Detective Inspector David Keen (Alexander Davion) arrive in their police car to question Will Ricker. Later they arrive back to respond to a call about a missing babysitter.
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2008)

THE SAINT: The Saint Plays with Fire (Leslie Norman: ???)
The headquarters of the British Nazi Party is situated at the Delancey Street junction.
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd, October 2004)

Albany Street

THE AVENGERS: The Morning After (John Hough: October 1968)
Sergeant Hearn (Brian Blessed) returns to The Eastern Hemisphere Trade Commission (Regentís Park Barracks) to report seeing unauthorised civilians to Major parsons. Steed and Merlin are shown a tape of Jenny Firston (Penelope Horner) interviewing Brigadier Hansing (Joss Ackland) outside the commission.  Whilst driving through the town (Regentís Park Barracks) in the outside broadcast van with Jenny, Merlin (Peter Barkworth) and Yates (Philip Dunbar), Steed (Patrick Macnee) stops to investigate a number of Army trucks parked at the roadside. He finds them all filled with soldiers, drugged and unconscious. Later Merlin and Steed go to the Commission, fight  their way in and save the day.

THE SAINT: The Time to Die (Roy Ward Baker: April 1968)
After finding that Mary Ellen Brent has left her address book back at Simon's London flat, Simon does a U-turn in his Volvo (opposite Chester Court).

    
Photos: Wyn Roberts

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
As they pass the Cape of Good Hope pub, Strange points out an apartment house that has replaced a terrace bombed during the war. Soon after Strange spots that he is being followed again.
(Identified by Alan Field, July 2008)

Arlington Road

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
Jason and Sulivan go to interview London Underground employees about the murders (Bedford Arms was at 80 Arlington Road but foreground buildings redeveloped).
(Identified by Alan Field, October 2008)

Baker Street

THE SAINT: The Rough Diamonds (Peter Yates: 1963)
After Simon and Barbara Sinclair leave Barbaraís flat, in the Volvo, they are followed by Rocco in his Zephyr.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, July 2008)

GIDEONíS WAY: The White Rat (Roy Baker, August 1964)
Rose Lemman gives Detective Sergeant Syd Taylor a lift to division headquarters.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2009)

GIDEONíS WAY: How to Retire Without Really Working (George Pollock: November/December 1964)
After being interviewed by Gideon the Greshams return home in a taxi and discuss their future.
(Identified by Alan Field, December 2007)

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Swann and Miller follow Templarís Volvo into town after Simon and Janice Dixon leave her apartment building.
(Identified by Alan Field, July 2008)

Balcome Street


Photo: Wyn Roberts

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Gynt (Kaz Garas) and James (Hugh Burden) wait inside car outside Ellistonís office and watch as Strange arrives in his taxi. Later they watch as Adamís taxi leaves without Adam aboard. They watch another car leave soon after and follow.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, April 2005)

Bayham Street

GIDEONS WAY: Gang War (Quentin Lawrence - January/February 1965)
Lollo Romano (Jane Merrow) is observed by two policemen arriving early in the morning at the home she shares with Frank (Bayham Street /Bayham Place). Later Henry Waldo (Frederick Bartman) arrives at the flat to discuss their engagement.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2010)

Berkley Road

THE AVENGERS: Legacy of Death (Don Chaffey: July 1968)
Tara and Steed leave London in Tara's Lotus on their way to visit one of Steed's childhood haunts (Berkley Road on to Sharpleshall Street).
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

Bingfield Street

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Red Carter races into London to put his plans in to action. The police van and escort are not far behind.

Camden High Street

RETURN OF THE SAINT: One Black September (Leslie Norman: ???)
The Saint's Jaguar pursues the school bus (along Camden High Street/Chalk Farm Road).
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Camden Market

THE NEW AVENGERS:Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Scenes on bridge and bar by canal.

Chalcot Crescent
(Source: Dave Rogers)

 

THE AVENGERS
Tara King's flat (19a)

This picture is of No.19 - Tara's flat, 19a, is accessed just around the corner to the left. In the series cars are usually parked in front of the houses that can be seen to the left of this picture. This may lead to the misconception that Tara's flat is one of these. The best episode to confirm this location is My Wildest Dream.

THE AVENGERS: Stay Tuned
Tara takes Steed is to visit a psychiatrist to cure his amnesia (No.33).


photo: Geoff Dodd

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: When the Spirit Moves You (Ray Austin: December 1968)
Bream and Jeff drive through the streets of London on their way to Jeff's bank (junction with Sharpleshall Street and later, Rothwell Street).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, June 2001)


Photo: Wyn Roberts

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
On the pretext of taking Annabelle to lunch, her new employer drives off with her Ė Sullivan Follows, but is shaken off.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, August 2004)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Never Trust a Ghost(Leslie Norman: ??)
Jeff drives Sandra home, shot is reversed (an identical shot to When the Spirit Moves You, but reversed).
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, May 2010)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Ghost Talks (Cyril Frankel: 1968)
Marty, in his Mini, chases through the streets of London after Brenan.
(Spotted by Wyn Roberts, June 2001)

Chalcot Road

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
Annabelle Hurst is kidnapped by her new employer (Chalcot Road looking towards Berkley Road).

Chalk Farm Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The State Visit (John Moxey: August 1964)
Max Fischer (Alfie Bass) buys a newspaper from a street vendor and complains about the injustice of the West German chancellorís visit.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: One Black September (Leslie Norman: 1977)
Garton (Aubrey Morris) is working in his stables workshop (former Midland Railway stables, now Stables Market) with his gorilla (Ron Tarr) when he gets a call from Simon Templar to tell him that he is about to pay a visit. Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy), in his Jaguar XJS with Captain Leila Sabin (Prunella Gee) aboard (drive past the Camden Roundhouse and) arrive at the stables where they question Garton about the passport he is forging.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, March 2010)

Chalton Street

GIDEON'S WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Tom Bishop rides down Chalton Street turning into Phoenix Street on his scooter (passing the Cock Tavern).
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2006)

Charrington Street

GIDEONíS WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Gideon and Keen are driving through London when they hear about an explosion at the Sampson Rag and Waste paper Company.

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
A patrol car spots the missing prison van and gives chase (approaching Platt Street and the long demolished junction with Aldenham Street).
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

Chester Gate, Regent's Park

DANGER MAN: The Lovers (Peter Graham Scott: 1959)
John Drake's Aston Martin pulls up outside the Boravian Embassy. An establishing close-up shot is featured later.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

DANGER MAN :Name, Date and Place (Charles Frend: 1959)
Establishing shot of the Plaza Hotel.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

Chester Terrace

THE AVENGERS: You'll Catch Your Death (Paul Dickson: April 1968)
(Source and photos: Derek P. Barker 5th April 1998)

(left) In her maroon AC Cobra Tara King chases Dexter (Dudley Sutton) and the Postman (Douglas Blackwell) in the their blue Rolls Royce after they have delivered the second envelope.


(above) The establishment of Dr. H. R. Camrose who receives the envelope containing the deadly virus.

Clarence Terrace

Photo Stephen Carter June 2001

 
Photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Castle In The Clouds (Peter Duffell: ??)
"Two punks" wait outside Sir Dennis Galt's house. After the two thugs threaten Sir Dennis McGill (Richard Bradford) chases them away.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, June 2001)

Clarence Way

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Gynt (Kaz Garas) finds house that he and Strange have been looking for and talks to tenant, Mrs Tompkin (Julie May). As he walks away he is beaten up by Clinton (Tom Adams). Strange (Anthony Quayle) arrives in his taxi just in time.

Crowndale Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Bishop rounds a corner on his scooter (turns right after St. Pancras Way on to Crowndale Road on back prokection).

GIDEONíS WAY: The Wall (Leslie Norman, January 1965)
Gideon and Keen hear about the missing babysitter on their police radio inside their police car and make a U-turn back to Retcar Street (outside The Working Men's College)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Prowler (Robert Tronson: March 1965)
B Bravo One is sent from Somerset Street to patrol Winfield Square.

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
A police car follows the prison van after it leaves the court.

Cumberland Market


Photo: Wyn Roberts

JASON KING: An Author in Search of Two Characters (Cyril Frankel: 1970)
Late night in London and Jason King is working in his room in the Royalty Hotel (view of London, possibly from top floor of Windsor House).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, June 2007)

Cumberland Terrace

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Big Plot (Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Lady Feversham returns home in her Humber and enters the house followed by Hanstra (Terence Cooper) with her golf clubs. Lord Feversham then drives the car to the mews behind the terrace. Sir Charles drives The Invisible Man to the rear of the house, where he investigates the mews. Feversham drives off in his Humber with The Invisible Man in pursuit. He later returns home pursued by The Invisible Man and the police.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

Delancey Street

GIDEONíS WAY: The Wall (Leslie Norman, January 1965)
Michael Penn (Richard Carpenter) escorts his wife Netta Penn (Ann Bell) to the bus stop and sees her off to work. Later Netta Penn and Mary Mason (Pauline Yates) discuss the kidnapping that Netta has witnessed as they walk home together.
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2008)

Euston Road

DANGER MAN: Title Sequence (1959)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) leaves his Washington office (Marathon House), crosses to his MG sports car, and drives off.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

DANGER MAN: The View from the Villa (Terry Bishop: 1959)
Mayne and Mrs. Delroy pull up in a Ford Fairlane saloon outside a modern office block (Marathon House) across the road from Gina Scarlotti's shop in Rome.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2010)

Euston Station

DANGER MAN: The Gallows Tree (Michael Truman: 1959)
John Drake arrives to catch the sleeper to FortWilliam.

Eversholt Street,

GIDEONíS WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
R & S Pava and Son Ltd - Tom Bishop (George Cole) buys things from a shop (R & S Pava and Son Ltd).

Fitzroy Road


photo: Wyn Roberts

THE SAINT: The People Importers (Ray Austin: 1968)
Bonner (Neil Hallett) and Slater (Gary Miller) arrive at 23 Stanmore Park Road in a Bentley (The Oldfield Estate), looking for Suresh Gupta. Suresh Gupta (Salmaan Peer) runs from his sister's flat. He is pursued by Bonner and Slater. He pauses long enough (in Kingstown Street) to see Simon Templar and Mailia Gupta (Nik Hassal) arrive in Simon's Volvo looking for Suresh. Bonner and Slater get into the Bentley and start to search the streets (Fitzroy Road) for Suresh.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, February 2002)

Georgiana Street

 
Photos: Stephen Carter

GIDEONíS WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Bishop rounds a corner on his scooter. Gideon follows around corner but his car is blocked by a truck.

Gloucester Gate

THE BARON: There's Someone Close Behind You (Roy Baker: December 1965)
Wilde looks over his shoulder in the police car to check that members of his gang are following (back projection identified by Geoff Dodd, May 2009) Mannering follows the car following Wilde in his Jensen. They pass a statue overlooking the road.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, July 2001)


Photo: Stephen Carter

DEPARTMENT S: The Man in the Elegant Room (Cyril Frankel: April 1968)
Annabelle arrives at Selena's house just as she gets into her car and drives away. Annabelle follows.
(Spotted by: Stephen Carter, March 2002)

Gloucester Place

 
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GIDEONíS WAY: The Alibi Man (Cyril Frankel: February 1965)
Cathy Bellman (Nicola Padget) arrives as the flat of her sister Marjorie (Dorset House, corner of Gloucester Place and Marylebone Road 51į31'19.48"N, 0į 9'34.62"W). She returns the following day, but she is too late, as she sees Marjorie being driven away by Eric Little (James Culliford).

Goods Way

THE BARON: There's Someone Close Behind You (Roy Baker: December 1965)
Mannering follows the car following Wilde's police car in his Jensen. They find themselves on a quiet street where two young punks on motorcycles are waiting (Goods Way and Pancras Road).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, July 2001)

Hampstead Road


Photo: Wyn Roberts

GIDEONíS WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Tom Bishop (George Cole) buys motor scooter from salesman (??) in Hampstead Road.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, June 2007)

THE BARON: The Persuaders (Leslie Norman: October 1965)
London late at night and an unexpected delivery arrives at Manneringís Antiques (establishing shot of London and Post Office Tower near Netley Street).

THE BARON: A Memory of Evil (Don Chaffey: ??)
The location of the Adelphi Restaurant where Mannering and Cordelia go looking for Nikki Holtz.

THE SAINT: When Spring is Sprung (Jim O'Connolly: March 1967)
Establishing shot of London at night while Templar waits for a message from the Russians.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, October 2002)

DEPARTMENT S: A Ticket to Nowhere (Cyril Frankel)
Stewart Sullivan and Jason King visit the offices of Gerald Blain (Greater London House) where both encounter his secretary Lisa Crane.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2006)

Kingstown Street

 
photos; Geoff Dodd

THE SAINT: The People Importers (Ray Austin: 1968)
Suresh Gupta (Salmaan Peer) pauses long enough to see Simon Templar and Mailia Gupta (Nik Hassal) arrive in Simon's Volvo looking for Suresh. Bonner (Neil Hallett) and Slater (Gary Miller) get into the Bentley and start to search the streets (Fitzroy Road) for Suresh.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, February 2002)

Marylebone Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The White Rat (Roy Baker, August 1964)
Miss Mary Henderson drives Inspector Keen to North East Division in her E-Type Jaguar.


Photo Stephen Carter

THE AVENGERS: Death at Bargain Prices (Charles Crichton: January 1965)
A deserted London streets is seen as the location Pinter's Department Store is established.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2000)

THE BARON: There's Someone Close Behind You (Roy Baker: December 1965)
Suspicious of a car following Wilde after he leaves the court with a police escort, Mannering follows in his Jensen.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, July 2001)

DEPARTMENT S: A Ticket to Nowhere (Cyril Frankel: Early 1969)
Jason drives Miss Blain home in his red Bentley but the villains are waiting in Miss Bainís flat (Harley House Marylebone Road, Regents Park) when Jason and Miss Blain arrive.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2008)

Marylebone Station

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Strange (Anthony Quayle) is being followed in his taxi so he pulls into a taxi rank by a station (The cab rank is now a bus terminus for the 453 bendi-bus) to loose his tail.
(Identified by Jaz Wiseman, April 2005)

Mornington Crescent

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: When the Spirit Moves You (Ray Austin: ???)
Bream and Jeff drive through London to Jeff's bank.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts May 2001)

Mornington Place

GIDEON'S WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Tom Bishop (George Cole) rides his scooter up Mornington Place and turns left into Mornington Terrace (past Mornington Buildings). Commander Gideon and David Keen follow behind but turn right at the junction.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2006)

Mornington Terrace


Photo: Wyn Roberts

GIDEON'S WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Having relised that the police are close behind him, Tom Bishop (George Cole) rides his scooter down a side street.
(Spotted by Wyn Roberts, June 2007)

North Villas

GIDEONíS WAY: The State Visit(John Moxey: August 1964)
The Fischerís home (5 North Villas), which Detective Chief Inspector David Keen (Alexander Davion) visits looking for Max Fischer.
(Identified by Paul Canty, January 2011)

Osnaburgh Street

MARK SABER/THE VISE/UNCOVERED: Farewell Mrs Forrest (Harry Lee Danziger: 1957)
Mark Saber and Stevie Ames go across the street to the Blake Hotel to talk business with Jack Forest and his wife.
(Idenified by Geoff Dodd, September 2011)

MARK SABER/THE VISE/UNCOVERED: Man on a Cliff (Ernest Morris: 1957)
Stevie Ames goes to interview everyone in Peter Kenyon's address book, she starts with a hotel barman.
(Idenified by Geoff Dodd, September 2011)

THE SAINT: Luella (Roy Baker: 1963)
Bill Harvey is staying at a hotel in London (the Melia White House Hotel) with his wife whilst he looks for rented accommodation.

THE SAINT: The Time to Die (Roy Ward Baker: April 1968)
The morning after the attempt on his life, Simon Templar drives through London in his Volvo. As he passes a hotel (the Melia White House Hotel), a car pulls out and follows him.
(Spotted by Wyn Roberts)

THE AVENGERS: Love All (Peter Sykes: November 1968)
After falling for Bromfield, Bromfield tells Tara to fall a little further. She climbs on to the ledge of a building (No 34 Osnaburgh St.) overlooking a hotel (the Melia White House Hotel) and prepares to jump.

Osnaburgh Terrace

THE SAINT: The Time to Die (Roy Baker: April 1968)
Charlie Mason goes to a phone box to telephone Simon Templar.

Outer Circle

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
McGill abandons plans to visit the zoo. The taxi does a u-turn in the road (by Snowdon Aviary).
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, September 2000)

Pancras Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The State Visit (John Moxey: August 1964)
Max Fischer (Alfie Bass) takes his lunch break in the park (Old Saint Pancras Church Gardens) and contemplates the visit of the West German chancellor. His thermos flask gives him an idea.
(Identified by Stephen carter, July 2007)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Carterís men are posted to watch for the prison van at the corner of the street.

Park Road

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Decoy (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
The Invisible Man follows Stavros (Philip Leaver) to the embassy building on Kent terrace. He attempts to stay in pursuit of Stavros when he leaves in a taxi, but none of the other taxis see him waving.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: The Rough Diamonds (Peter Yates: 1963)
After Simon and Barbara Sinclair leave Barbaraís flat, in the Volvo, they are followed by Rocco and Joe in their Zephyr. This soon turns into a game of cat and mouse.
(Identified by Remy Hunter 20th February 2009)

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Swann and Miller dispense with any pretence and they now pursue Templarís Volvo, with Simon and Janice Dixon aboard, aggressively (footage from The Rough Diamonds).
(Identified by Remy Hunter, February 2009)

Park Way

GIDEONíS WAY: The Wall (Leslie Norman, January 1965)
As Gideon and Keen are driven in a police car they go through the statements from the Penn case.

Pratt Street

GIDEONíS WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Gideonís sitting in his car when he sees the scooter pass.

Primrose Hill Road

DEPARTMENT S: Dead Men Die Twice (Ray Austin: 1968)
Tania Andre leaves her Paris apartment in a taxi and is followed by Jason King in his Bentley
(Identified by Keith Howard, confirmed by Wyn Roberts March 2003)

Regent's Park Road

THE CHAMPIONS: To Trap a Rat (Sam Wanamaker: May 1967)
Richard tails the Peanut Vendor to Chesterfield Motors. Here he makes contact with Sandra (Edina Ronay).
(Source: Sam Denham)


photo: Sam Denham

THE SAINT: The People Importers (Ray Austin: 1968)
Charles Bonner (Neil Hallett) arrives in his Bentley to buy a packet of cigarettes from a tobacconist (near the junction with Saint George's Mews).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, February 2002)

Regentís Park

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Stranger In The Family (Peter Duffell: 1968)
Paula Wilde (Janice Rule) takes Charles Wilson (Anthony Corlan) into the park to talk (by the Boating lake and Playground).

Regina Street (demolished for Curnock Estate)

 
Photo: Stephen Carte (Plender Street, and corner of Pratt St/Camden St seen from Regina Street in episode)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Tom Bishop (George Cole) on scooter arrives at old burnt-out house. Keen (Alexander Davion) and Gideon (John Gregson) are not far behind but arrive too late. Tom Bishop blows himself and the house up when he falls down inside the house.

Robert Street


Photo: Wyn Roberts

STRANGE REPORT: Report 3906 COVERGIRLS: 'Last Year's Model' (Peter Duffell: November/December 1968)
Strange drives Evelyn and Cricket home in his taxi.
(Identified Michael Viner, August 2005, confirmed by Wyn Roberts)

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Strange spots that he is being followed again. Later Adam is taken at gunpoint across London in his own taxi.
(Identified Michael Viner, August 2005, confirmed by Wyn Roberts)

Royal College Street


Photo: Stephen Carter

GIDEONíS WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Gideon waiting at Red Lion corner (on Pratt Street) and sees Tom Bishopís scooter pass. Gideon sets off after him (along Royal College Street).

Saint Pancras Way

GIDEONíS WAY: The Tin God (John Gilling: June/July 1964)
Immediately after escaping from Strangeways, John ĎBenny Bensoní (Derren Nesbit) and Freddy Tisdale (John Hurt) run up this road and over onto the railway.

GIDEONíS WAY: How to Retire Without Really Working (George Pollock: November/December 1964)
Margaret suggests that Robert get changed in the back of the car.

GIDEONíS WAY: The Wall (Leslie Norman, January 1965)
As Gideon and Keen are driven in a police car they go through the statements from the Penn case, they decide to visit Pennís office and then go to see his wife Netta.

GIDEON'S WAY: Subway to Revenge (Roy Baker: January 1965)
Gideon is travelling with Keen in a police car when they get a call from detective Superintendent Lemaitre.

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Gideonís car is in the area and he is informed about the hijack. Gideon responds to the radio message about the hijack at Blanders Road and Hall Street.


Photo: Stephen Carter

GIDEONíS WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Gideon and Keen are driving through Cheap Street, Whitechapel when they hear about an explosion in the area on their radio. Gideon Calls Out all available officers from car to seal off the area. Bishop in his scooter past Linotype and Machinery Ltd. (25 St. Pancras Way). The scooter passes Atlantic Steel Co. Ltd. (15 St. Pancras Way) and Bishop ducks into a side road followed closely by Gideonís car. Bishop on his scooter realizes he has probably run out of options.

THE SAINT: The Man Who Could not Die (Roger Moore, May 1965)
Simon Templar drives Moyna Stanford from the station to Chelsea Warf to look for the blackmailer (back projection).

GIDEONíS WAY: Boy With Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
Keenís car is sent to Fenton Street to intercept Murphey.

THE BARON: The Edge of Fear (Quentin Lawrence, May 1966)
Celdan is confronted by Mannering and is about to talk when he is shot. The assailant then drives off.

Sharpleshall Street

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Ghost Talks (Cyril Frankel: 1968)
Marty gets into his red mini, parked opposite the office outside an off licence, just before he is kidnapped.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, September 2002)

York Way

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness(Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Red Carter races into London to put his plans in to action. The police van and escort are not far behind (they pass the disused York Road Piccadilly line station).

NW2

Hendon Way

THE PROTECTORS: Balance of Terror (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Schelpin begins his journey to the reservoir (Hendon Way travelling north from the junction with Cricklewood Lane). Paul spots Schelpin, driving a blue Rover 2000 ahead of him as he turns west down Park Road (Cricklewood Lane).
(Suggested by Geoff Dodd and Identified by Paul Stroud, April 2009)

Sidmouth Road

THE AVENGERS: My Wildest Dream (Robert Fuest: March 1968)
In his dream Paul Gibbons (Murray Hayne) climbs the fire escape of Aloysius Peregrineís home (Clarendon Court) and enters. Later, when his dream becomes a horrible reality, Gibbons jumps to his death and Steed goes to examine the body.

(Identified by Mike Richardson, July 2012)

NW3

Beades Mews

THE SAINT: The Covetous Headsman (Michael Truman: 1962)
Beades Mews/New End/Streatley Place junction in Hampstead, NW3 Ė Simon Templar (Roger Moore) goes to consult his ex-resistance colleague Antoine Louvois about Georges Olivant (Beades Mews/New End/Streatley Place junction in Hampstead).
(Idenified by Sam Denham, April 2013)

Bellmoor, East Heath Rd./Heath Street


(Photo: Wyn Roberts April 2000)

THE SAINT: To Kill a Saint (Robert Asher: November 1966)
Simon and Sergeant Luduc follow Paul Verrier's car, driven by Annette, into the underground car park of Verrier's building.

THE SAINT:Invitation to Danger (Roger Moore: March 1967)
Brett Sunley leaves the casino car park and is followed by Simon Templar and Reb Denning.

THE AVENGERS: The Rotters (Robert Fuest: September 1968)
Kenneth (Gerald Sim) and George (Jerome Willis) arrive in their Wormdoom van at the home of Sir James Pendred. They enter the house and are soon joined by Tara King (Linda Thorson) who arrives in her Lotus Europa.

THE AVENGERS: Requiem (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Rista (Terence Sewards) and Murray (Denis Shaw) lay in wait for the arrival of Miss Miranda Loxton (Angela Douglas) and her bodyguard in a basement car park. Their car arrives, driving down the ramp, as expected and the bodyguard is shot but Miss Loxton manages to make her escape in the car in which she arrived.

THE AVENGERS: Who Was That Man I Saw You With? (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Tara (Linda Thorson) garage drives her Lotus Europa down the ramp into Maple Garage. She has been followed by Fairfax (William Marlowe) who parks his car at the top of the ramp before reporting to Mother's department by radio. Fairfax enters garage on foot and is shot by an unseen assailant. When Steed (Patrick Macnee) arrives he finds Tara standing by the body holding her gun.

Belsize Crescent

THE SAINT: The Elusive Ellshaw (John Moxey: 1963)
Simon and Anne go to see Mrs Ellshaw at home.
(Identified by Remy Hunter, January 2009)

GIDEONíS WAY: How to Retire Without Really Working (George Pollock: November/December 1964)
After the robbery the Rolls Royce leaves the mews and continues down a residential street.
(Identified by Remy Hunter, January 2009)

Belsize Lane


Photo: Remy Hunter

GIDEONíS WAY: How to Retire Without Really Working (George Pollock: November/December 1964)
The Greshams make their escape in the Rolls. Later Robert Gresham (Eric Barker) goes to see Mr. Hunter in his antique shop to fence his booty (corner of Belsize Lane/Belsize Place).
(Identified by Remy Hunter, January 2009)


Photo: Wyn Roberts

THE CHAMPIONS: Nutcracker
After accessing the secret "F" file Richard is followed from the tailor's shop by the fake police car and Craig.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, November 2004)

 
Photos: Remy Hunter

DEPARTMENT S: Handicap Dead (John Gilling: July 1968)
Eddie Curtis makes a desperate telephone call to Diane Lynne for help from a public phone box (opposite the Belsize Pub).

Belsize Park Gardens

THE AVENGERS: Legacy of Death (Don Chaffey: July 1968)
After his call to Tara's flat is interupted, Steed races round to Tara's flat in his yellow Rolls (Belsize Park Gardens looking towards the Lambolle Place).
(Suggested by Geoff Dodd with help from Tavistock and Sam Denham on the Britmovie forum, August 2012)

Belsize Square


Photo Stephen Carter

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Man From The Dead (Pat Jackson: August 1966)
McGill stakes out Rachel Tyson's flat (No.30) from the house opposite (No.26). He is in a good position to see that she is under observation by others. One night Rachel Tyson (Angela Browne) leaves the house and he follows her.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts June 2000)

 
Photos: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Castle In The Clouds (Peter Duffell: ???)
McGill (Richard Bradford) agrees to search Magda's (Gay Hamilton) house (No.47) if Sir Dennis Galt (Gerald Flood) waits outside. Later McGill visits Magda's to take her to the bank.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts June 2001)

Church Row

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Blind Justice (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Inspector Heath and Mrs. Holt pursue Sparrow's Vauxhall (as it turns up Holly Walk).
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

  
Photos Stephen Carter

DANGER MAN: It's Up To The Lady (Michael Truman: ???)
A plainclothesman (John Bryans) watches Glover's house from behind a newspaper as Glover (Robert Urquhart) crosses to the post box he moves away, and then follows Glover from the post box. A surveillance van is later seen parked outside Clover's house.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Man From The Dead
After leaving the school where she works, Rachel Tyson (Angela Browne) walks down this street and sees a familiar figure in the distance. She chases after the figure but is stopped by a policeman at the corner of the street (corner of Church Row and Heath Street).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts)

East Heath Road, Hampstead

THE AVENGERS: Who Was That Man I Saw You With? (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Tara is followed to her rendezvous at the telephone box and later Fairfax follows Tara to the car park (Hampstead Heath Car Park).
(Sam Denham, September 2002)

Fellows Road


Photo: Geoff Dodd, June 2007

DEPARTMENT S: Blackout ()
Peter Sinclair is kidnapped from his London flat (Dorney) by Doctor Lang.

DEPARTMENT S: The Trojan Tanker (Ray Austin: Summer 1968)
Jason King goes to visit Veronica Bray in her London Flat (Dorney).

DEPARTMENT S: Handicap Dead (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Sullivan arrives at Eddie Curtisí home - 56 Fairfax House, Fairfax Road, Wimbledon (Dorney). Later Curtis is escorted back to the block of flats by two heavies.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

UFO: Exposed (David Lane: June/July 1969)
Paul Fosters returns to his flat (Dorney) after being released from Hospital. Later
he is attacked by two heavies who assault him and smash up the flat.
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd, October 2001)

Finchley Road

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Eve (Robert Stevens: 1968)
Albert Baker (Dennis Waterman) is walking back from an unsuccessful date when he sees a shop window display in a department store (former John Barnes store) that reflects his fantasies. Albert gets a job in the store and one night sneaks back in after clocking out. That same night Mr Royal (Michael Gough) is walking past the store with Jennifer (Angela Lovell) when he notices something wrong with one of the window displays.
(Identified by Bob Rocca, July 2008)

Fitzjohnís Avenue


Photo: Wyn Roberts

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: But What a Sweet Little Room (Roy Ward Baker: June 1968)
The home of Madame Hanska, Spiritual Scientologist and Clairvoyant (The Tower, 55 Fitzjohn's Avenue).
(Spotted by John Holburn and Vince Cox)


Photo: Wyn Roberts

THE CHAMPIONS: Nutcracker (Roy Ward Baker: February 1968)
After accessing the secret "F" file Richard is followed from the tailor's shop by the fake police car and Craig..
(Identified by Brendan Gardiner, August 2005)

THE PROTECTORS: Burning Bush (Don Leaver: Winter 1972)
Adam Ferris drives to his daughter's Cult's HQ where they have reported her missing (south down Fitzjohn's Avenue at the Junction with Nutley Terrace) .
 (Spotted by Paul Stroud, March 2009)

Flask Walk

DEPARTMENT S: Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: March 1969)
Annabel arrives at an antique shop in her car looking for answers. Later Stewart, Jason and Annabel, arrive at the Sloan Street Antique Shop run by Andrew Heywood in Stewartís but three Russians are already there. The Russians leave when Andrew Heywood gives them the slip.

Hampstead Heath

THE AVENGERS: The Interrogators (Charles Crichton: October 1968)
Tara King (Linda Thorson) pays a visit to Mr Puffin (Cardew Robinson) to warn him that his cover has been blown (by Hampstead Ponds). Corporal Blakie (Glyn Edwards) is not far behind and attempts to shoot both agents. Tara and Puffin are able to defend themselves and a fight ends with Blakiesí demise.

Hampstead High Street


Photo: Stephen Carter

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Man From The Dead
McGill has employed a detective (???) to watch Rachel (Angela Browne) and he observes as she makes a telephone call in the street (outside No74).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts June 2000)

DEPARTMENT S: Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: March 1969)
Annabelle drives her car towards Andrew Heywoodís antique shop after losing the Russians.

Haverstock Hill


Photo: Wyn Roberts

GIDEONíS WAY: The 'V' Men (Cyril Frankel: July 1964)
Geoffrey Miles (Keith Baxter) escorts Sir Arthur Vane (Roland Culver) and Leo Samson (Inigo Jackson) to Chisnel Town Hall to hand in their nomination papers. Chief Superintendent Bill Parsons (Allan Cuthbertson) has been sent to offer Vane protection from supposed death threats. While Superintendent Saunders (??) is there with his uniformed officers to control the militant mob who are there to protest.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, June 2007)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Crooks Syd and Larry Larkin roam the streets looking for cars, a Singer, Zephyr or Wolsey (they pass by Belsize Park Station).
(Spotted Geoff Dodd, March 2003)

THE PROTECTORS: Zeke's Blues (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Despite doubling back on himself again, Harry Rule is being tracked by a homing device to Bradleyís hideout (the car does a U-turn outside Hampstead Town Hall, 213 Haverstock Hill).
(Identified by Sam Denham, June 2007)

Heath Brow (behind Jack Straw's Castle), North End Way

THE AVENGERS: Requiem(Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Bobby Cleaver (Harvey Ashby) arrive in their car at a "car park on the other side of town" to pick up Miranda Loxton (Angela Douglas). She is waiting but Rista (Terence Sewards) and Murray (Denis Shaw) soon arrive in a van, guns blazing.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts April 2000)

Heathside

THE SAINT: The Covetous Headsman(Michael Truman: 1962)
Kaplan goes to report to Georges Olivant at Rue de Nord, St. Cloud (South Lodge). after the unsuccessful attempt to retrieve the second medallion. Later Simon Templar (Roger Moore) arrives at the house of Georges Olivant looking for Valerie North.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, February 2012)

Holly Hill

GIDEONíS WAY: The 'V' Men (Cyril Frankel: ???)
Kathy Miller (Angela Douglas) meets Peter Bennett in his car. They argue and Kathy storms off (walking away from Heath Street towards Mount Vernon).
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd, January 2007)

DEPARTMENT S: Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: March 1969)
Annabelle drives her car towards Andrew Heywoodís antique shop after losing the Russians.

Howitt Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Crooks Syd and Larry Larkin roam the streets looking for cars, a Singer, Zephyr or Wolsey
(Spotted Geoff Dodd, March 2007)

King Henry's Road


Photo: Wyn Roberts

THE CHAMPIONS: Nutcracker
After the prison guard kills Lord Mauncey he is followed along this London street by a pair of fake police officers.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, November 2004)

Lower Merton Rise


Photo: Wyn Roberts

THE CHAMPIONS: Nutcracker
The prison guard is followed along this London street and killed by a pair of fake police officers.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, November 2004)

Lower Terrace

THE SAINT: The Saint Steps In(John Gilling :March/April 1964)
Simon Templar drives Andrea Quennel back to her father's house , he turns left (out of Lower Terrace) drives past a pond (Winstone Pond) and continues to a junction and takes the left fork (North End Way in the direction of Golders Green).
(Spotted by David Auger, July 2001)

Mansfield Place

THE SAINT: The Covetous Headsman (Michael Truman: 1962)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) goes to consult his ex-resistance colleague Antoine Louvois about Georges Olivant and walks through a narrow alley in Montmartre (between Streatley Place and New End).
(Identified by Remy Hunter, January 2009)

Netherhall Gardens

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Crooks Syd and Larry Larkin roam the streets looking for cars, a Singer, Zephyr or Wolsey. They find a Zephyr and Larry Larkin (Dervis Ward) gets out to steal it.
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2008)


Photo Stephen Carter

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Man From The Dead
Rachel Tyson (Angela Browne) leaves the House on the Hill nursery school where she works (Junior Department of South Hampstead High School). Later she is watched by a man in a bowler hat (???) waiting opposite the school, who is intent on finding her father.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, September 2000)


Photo: Wyn Roberts

THE PROTECTORS: Burning Bush (Don Leaver: Winter 1972)
Posing as a drunk American, Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) arranges to be picked up by Anne Ferris (Sinead Cusack) and a female friend outside the building housing the spiritualist community (6 NetherallGardens).
(Confirmed by Wyn Roberts, October 2004)

New End Square


Photo: Wyn Roberts

STRANGE REPORT: Report 3906 COVERGIRLS: 'Last Year's Model' (Peter Duffell: November/December 1968)
With the villains confused and Bruce close behind they take a turning the wrong way up a one-way street.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, June 2005)

DEPARTMENT S: Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: March 1969)
Stewart and Annabelle drive to Andrew Heywoodís antique shop Stewart and Annabelle

Oak Hill Park

GIDEONíS WAY: The 'V' Men (Cyril Frankel: July 1964)
Sir Arthur Vane (Roland Culver) arrives back at his appartment block in his Jaguar with Geoffrey Miles (Keith Baxter) and Leo Samson (Inigo Jackson) after their visit to Chisnel Town Hall to hand in their nomination papers. They are met by a Ďreception committee of protestorsí. Cathy Miller (Angela Douglas) is waiting in the underground car park for Peter Bennet. Later she is seen to leave by a Constable Braithwaite.

Princess Mews, Belsize Lane


photo: Remy Hunter

GIDEONíS WAY: How to Retire Without Really Working (George Pollock: November/December 1964)
After the smash and grab Robert Gresham gets into a waiting Rolls Royce driven by his wife. The car narrowly misses a barrow Boy (Brian Weske).

THE AVENGERS: Get-Away! (Don Sharp: February 1968)
Magnus (Barry Linehan) acts as lookout (sitting in a car in Burdett mews) as Lubin pays a visit to Bryant's Natural History Magazine offices (by the entrance to Princess Mews). When Tara King (Linda Thorson) arrives Magnus sounds his horn.
(Source: Sam Denham)

Primrose Hill Road

 
photos: Sam Denham

THE SAINT: The People Importers (Ray Austin: 1968)
Charles Bonner (Neil Hallett) leaves his flat (Hampstead Britannia Hotel) to buy a packet of cigarettes. Laura (Susan Travers) takes the opportunity to collect her things form the apartment. Jackson (Ray Lonnen) is waiting for Bonner when he returns.
(Identified by Sam Denham, June 2008)

THE PROTECTORS: A Pocketful of Posies (Cyril Frankel: ???)
Carrie Blaineís London apartment (Hampstead Britannia Hotel). Mario Toza collects the car from the car park and drives to the front entrance.
(Identified by Sam Denham, June 2008)

Rosslyn Hill

GIDEONíS WAY: The 'V' Men (Cyril Frankel: July 1964)
The Jaguar carrying Sir Arthur Vane speeds away from Chisnel Town Hall
(Stephen Carter, August 2007)

Streatley Place

 
Photos: Jaz Wiseman

THE SAINT: The Scorpion (Roy Baker: December 1963)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) is chased by Eddy Black (Dudley Sutton) on a motorbike down an alley (Streatley Place into Flask Walk).
(Source: Mike Wilson, 1994)

STRANGE REPORT: Report 3906 COVERGIRLS: 'Last Year's Model' (Peter Duffell: November/December 1968)
Evelyn McLean (Anneka Willis) and Bruce (Richard Vanstone) follows Sloan (Christopher Malcom) and Hayes (Albert Shepherd). Evelyn recognises them as the security guards who stole the fashion collection and is attacked. Later Strange (Anthony Quayle) and Hamlyn Gynt (Kaz Garas) arrive to discuss the disappearance of the collection.
(Source: Jaz Wiseman, January 2000)

Wadham Gardens

DANGER MAN: A Room in the Basement (Don Chaffey: 1964)
East German Embassy, Geneva where Keith Turnball is being held. Drake enters on the pretext of obtaining a visa.
(Identified by Remy, on the Britmovie Forum, October 2009)

Wedderburn Road


Photo: Geoff Dodd, June 2007

THE CHAMPIONS: Nutcracker (Roy Ward Baker: February 1968)
After leaving the tailorís shop Craig follows Richardís car in his car. A police car suddenly appears behind them both. Further down the road the police car is between Richard and Craig (corner of Lyndhurst Gardens/Wedderburn Road to Belsize Lane).

West Heath Road

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Blind Justice (Pennington Richards: 1958)
As Mrs.Holt pulls up in front of Sparrow's Vauxhall, Inspector Heath's Austin skids to a halt behind it.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

Willow Road


Photo: Remy Hunter

THE SAINT: The Covetous Headsman (Michael Truman: 1962)
Kaplan and Mario wait in their car for Valerie North. As Sergeant Leducís police car draws near Mario drives the car to block the way. Leduc is coshed and Valerie North is kidnapped.
(Identified by Remy Hunter, January 2009)


Photo: Wyn Roberts

STRANGE REPORT: Report 3906 COVERGIRLS: 'Last Year's Model' (Peter Duffell: November/December 1968)
With Bruce and Evelyn close behind, the villains that they are following become confused by the one-way system (corner of Willow Road and New End Square).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, June 2005)

Windmill Hill

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Blind Justice (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Sparrow's Vauxhall is pursued (onto Frognal Rise from Windmill Hill) by Mrs. Holt and Inspector Heath.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

NW4

A406 North Circular

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Poor Butterfly (Alan Gibson: October 1968)
Commercial artist, Steven Miller (Chad Everett) has received an invitation to attend a weekend party in the country and sets off out of London his1929 Bugatti (outside Brent Cross Shopping Centre and near Claremont Road, redeveloped).

The Bridges

 
Photo: Geoff Dodd

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: You Can Always Find a Fall Guy (Ray Austin: August 1968)
Jeff (Mike Pratt) negotiates with a mechanic (John Walker) to get his car out of the garage (The Bridges, Aerodrome Road, Hendon - being redeveloped). in exchange for Marty's mini despite not having paid for the repairs
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2008)

The Burroughs


Photo: Sam Denham

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Man In Disguise (Quentin Lawrence/Peter Maxwell: 1959)
The ambulance carries the badly injured Invisible Man to a nearby apartment block (The Burroughs, turning onto A41 Watford Way).
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Lady-Killer (Leslie Norman: September 1964)
Robert Carne (Ray Barrett) takes Marion Grove (Rosemary Leach) are married at a registry office (Hendon Technical College, now the Middlesex University Business School). Detective Chief Inspector David Keen (Alexander Davion) and Rina (Justine Lord) have their suspicions aroused when Crane attacks one of the press photographers for taking their picture.
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2008)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Just for the Record (Jeremy Summers: ??)
After Jeff gets trapped in a blazing warehouse, Marty summons the fire brigade from this fire station.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Farm Court


Photo: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: The Interrogators (Charles Crichton: October 1968)
Steed follows Caspar back to his home (Farm Court, off Watford Way, Hendon).
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2008)

Fuller Street

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Tiny Bray (Frederick Peisley) rushes home. Mrs Martha Bray (Gretchen Franklin) goes next door to borrow some tea (Fuller Street was redeveloped in 1966, the houses in the background were on Church Walk).
(Identified by Ian Rogers, February 2010)

Parson Street


photo: Sam Denham

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Simon Templar takes Janice Dixon back to her apartment (Hendon Hall Court) in his Volvo so she can show him the her brotherís address book that she has found. As they leave in the Volvo they are followed by Swann and Miller in their car.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, June 2008)

NW5

Athlone Street

   
Photos: Stephen Carter

GIDEONS WAY: Gang War (Quentin Lawrence: January/February 1965)
Lollo Romano (Jane Merrow) is seen leaving the her flat with Henry Waldo (Frederick Bartman) via the fire escape. Later Sammy Mason (Keith Bell) is stabbed in Sidemanís Restaurant, Barford Street. Duke (Clive Colin Bowler) runs away after they are seen by a local policeman.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, July 2007)

 
Photos: Stephen Carter

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
After picking up a list of the locations using the special key Strange (Anthony Quayle) sets off in his taxi. As he leaves he is observed by James (Hugh Burden) who sends a car to follow him. He then calls a taxi for himself.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, July 2007)

Dale Road (partly redeveloped)


Photo by Wyn Roberts

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Strange (Anthony Quayle) spots that he is being followed and drops Evelyn (Anneke Wills) off from the taxi at a street corner (corner of Wellesley Road and what was Dale Road) . Strange (Anthony Quayle) and Gynt (KazGaras) continue in the taxi and trap Jamesí (Hugh Burden) car on Dale Road. He reveals that he is from military intelligence.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, April 2005)

Gilden Road (demolished)

THE SAINT: The High Fence (James Hill: December 1963)
Quincy (Peter Jeffrey) visits Fasson's lodgings. As he leaves The Saint passes him in his Volvo and drives to the rear of the building. The Saint walks round to the front door watched by Quincy. A police car arrives as Quincy enters the building.  Back projection of this street used when Simon parks with Gabriel Forest outside the Kosey Korner Cafť.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

Grafton Road

 
Photos: Stephen Carter

GIDEONS WAY: Gang War (Quentin Lawrence: January/February 1965)
Cowboy (James Chase) Rides round to Blakeís Club after seeing Lollo with Waldo. Later Weasel tells his tale to Browning and Keen after they pick him up in their police car (back projection Beginning near the corner of Ryland Road, passing the shops at the junction with Athlone Street, passing under the railway, and ending outside The Carlton pub on the corner of Warden Road).The police keep a close eye on the club and Blakeís movements.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, July 2007 and Alan Field, March 2010)

 
Photos: Wyn Roberts

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Ham (KazGaras) and Strange (Anthony Quayle) leave Henry Stevenís Locksmiths in Strangeís Taxi after having a copy of the key made.(corner of Grafton Road and Inkerman Road). After picking up a list of the locations using the special key Strange sets off in his taxi. As he leaves, he is observed by James (Hugh Burden) who sends a car to follow him. He then calls a taxi for himself (corner of Grafton Road and Holmes Road ).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, April 2005)

Highgate Road

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: The Madison Equation (Rex Firkin: 1968)
Insurance investigator, Adam Frost (Jack Hedley), goes to see Sir Gerald Walters (Richard Vernon) at his athletics club (Parliament Hill Fields Athletics Track, Parliament Hill Fields) to discuss the death of his employee Ralph Madison.
(Identified by Alan Field, December 2009)

Prince Of Wales Road

THE BARON: There's Someone Close Behind You (Roy Baker: December 1965)
Mannering follows the car following Wilde's police car in his Jensen. They turn a corner after passing under a railway bridge (on to Dalby Street).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, July 2001)

Wellesley Road

 
Photo by Wyn Roberts

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Strange (Anthony Quayle) spots that he is being followed and spots a corner where he can drop Evelyn (Anneke Wills) off from the taxi.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, April 2005)

Wilkin Street

 
Photo: Stephen Carter

GIDEONS WAY: Gang War (Quentin Lawrence: January/February 1965)
Ronald Lacey (Jerry Blake) and his gang Lefty (Patrick Durkin) and Cowboy (James Chase) start to move in on Romanoís territory in West Gower Street.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, July 2007)

Willes Road


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GIDEON'S WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Tom Bishop (George Cole) goes back to his digs (23 Willes Road) with his new scooter.
(Identified by Paul Canty, January 2011)

THE CHAMPIONS: The Night People (Robert Asher: June 1967)
Craig is sent to find out information about Sir Douglas Trennick and witchcraft in the Cornwall Public Records Office (Prince of Wales Baths, Prince of Wales Road, Willes Road entrance).
(Search initiated by Slicer Wanstead of Britmovie Forum, Identified by Tavistock, both of of Britmovie Forum)

NW6

Abbey Road


Photo: Wyn Roberts

STRANGE REPORT: Report 3906 COVERGIRLS: 'Last Year's Model' (Peter Duffell: November/December 1968)
As Evelyn McLean (Anneka Willis) and Cricket (Elaine Taylor) leave Cricketís flat with Bruce de Lano (Richard Vanstone) Evelyn spots the two men, Sloan (Christopher Malcom) and Hayes (Albert Shepherd), who stole the collection. They are leaving in a van. Bruce sends Circket to call the police while he and Evelyn follow in Bruceís car. The van continues with Bruce in hot pursuit (Corner of Boundary & Abbey Roads).
(Identified by
Jaz Wiseman, April 2005 and Peter Astaire , April 2006).

DEPARTMENT S: The Man from 'X'
After being shot by Jason, Annabelle goes to visit Stewart Sullivan at his apartment (Snowman House).
(Identified by Tony Mann, April 2004, Confirmed by
Wyn Roberts)

Belsize Road


Photo: Wyn Roberts

STRANGE REPORT: Report 3906 COVERGIRLS: 'Last Year's Model' (Peter Duffell: November/December 1968)
After leaving Cricketís flat and spotting the fake security guards Bruce sends Cricket to call the police while he and Evelyn follow in Bruceís car (east from the car park of Casterbridge). They proceed to follow them through the road junction. Evelyn McLean and Bruce de Lano start to follow the thieves in Bruceís car, but they are soon spotted(between Abbey Road & Fairfax Roundabout).
(Identified by
Wyn Roberts, June 2005 and Peter Astaire , April 2006)

Carlton Vale

STRANGE REPORT: Report No.4407-HEART:'No choice for the donor' (Robert Asher: July 1968)
A police officer keeps Adam Strange and Inspector Collins informed about the car carrying Gynt (by The Carlton Tavern).
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2010)

Fortune Green Road

THE SAINT: Legacy for the Saint (Roy Ward Baker: Spring 1968)
An 1962 Cadillac Fleetwood 75 arrives at the cemetery (Hampstead Cemetery) for Ed Brown's burial. Tony (T.P. McKenna), Pietro (Edward Brayshaw), Mark (Bruce Boa) and Dickie (Brian Coburn) get out to pay their respects.

Kilburn High Road

THE SAINT: The Scorpion (Roy Baker: December 1963)
Eddie Black makes his way to Patsy Butlerís flat (motorcycle turning is Kilburn High Road into Quex Road).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, March 2010)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Lady-Killer (Leslie Norman: September 1964)
Robert Carne (Ray Barrett) takes Marion Grove (Rosemary Leach) to see the premesis for the new showroom he wishes to open.

Netherwood Street

DEPARTMENT S: A Cellar Full of Silence (John Gilling: June 1968)
Jason King goes in search of Walter Pally in his Bentley (Netherwood Street has been redeveloped).
(Identified by Andrew Chilcott, December 2009)

West End Lane


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RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1968)
The episode opens with another slow day at the Randall and Hopkirk agency.
(Spotted by Alan Field, June 2008)

Woodchurch Road

 
photos: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: The Correct Way to Kill (Charles Crichton: January 1967)
Mrs Peel and Ivan Pepitoparoff arrive the offices of H. Merryweather, Chiropodist, one of the addresses visited by Groski.
(Identified by Alan Field, February 2010)

NW7

Apex Corner

GIDEONíS WAY: The Tin God (John Gilling: June/July 1964)
Affter stealing a car, John ĎBennyí Benson and Freddy Tisdale make their way towards London (back projection plate of A1 northbound from Apex Corner / Northway Circus passing Mount View, The Fairway and Mill Hill Golf Course).
(Spotted by Alan Field, December 2009)

Bittacy Hill

 
Photos: Geoff Dodd

THE CHAMPIONS: The Fanatics (John Gilling 1967)
Richard Barratt is escorted from a military barracks (Inglis Barracks) on his way to jail. He is followed by Sharron Macready and Craig Sterling.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, September 2007)

Hendon Crematoriumand Cemetery, Holders Hill Road

THE ADVENTURER: Skeleton in the Cupboard (Cyril Frankel)
The funeral of Professor John Ballard. Karen Ballard (Sylvia Simms) is supported by Sir Richard McKenzie (Richard Vernon), Master of the College, and Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) who was to investigate Ballardís misappropriation of funds.
(Identified by Andrew Chilcott, August 2013)

Mill Hill Circus A1/A5100

THE PROTECTORS: Zeke's Blues (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Harry Rule tries to disguise his route to Bradleyís lair by doubling back on himself at a roundabout, but he his being tracked by a homing device.
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

University of London Observatory, Mill Hill

THE AVENGERS: The White Dwarf (Richmond Harding: February 1963)
Professor Richter is working late into the night at Tor Point Observatory, Cornwall

NW8

Abercorn Place

THE PERSUADERS!: Someone Waiting (Peter Medak: 1971)
Danny (Tony Curtis) stops at a red light (opposite St Marks Church, at the junction with Hamilton Terrace) in his red Ferrari. He gets out and tells the woman in the car that has been following him his address so that she can stop by for a drink.
(Identified by Mike Wilson and Jaz Wiseman October 1995)

THE PERSUADERS!: The Long Goodbye (Roger Moore 1971)
Brett has hitched a ride on a rocket car driven by the Space Queen (Valerie Leon) and the rocket stops at a set of traffic lights (Abercorn Place at the junction of Hamilton Terrace).
(Source: Jaz Wiseman and Mike Wilson October 1995)

Acacia Road

DEPARTMENT S: A Cellar Full of Silence (John Gilling: June 1968)
Acacia Road, NW8: Sullivan and King race to Tronsonís house in St Johns Wood in Jasonís Bentley (37 Acacia Road looking at the junction with Woronzow Road).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, August 2012)

Adelaide Road

DANGER MAN: The Mirror's New (Michael Truman: 1964)
Drake (Patrick McGoohan) and Esser (Ernst Walder) follow Edward Bierce (Donald Houston) in Bonn as he arrives (at Swiss Cottage Library and Swimming Baths, redeveloped) to deliver some important papers to a fellow British diplomat.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 1996)

Allitsen Road


photo; Geoff Dodd

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: You Can Always Find a Fall Guy (Ray Austin: July 1968)
Jeff gets into Jean's Mini outside his flat and Edwards jumps in (back projection of 106 Allitsen Road). They talk about the documents before Jeff asks Edwards to leave. Later Jeff has arranged to collect Jean for another meeting with Douglas Kershaw. Jean gets into the Vauxhall (back projection of 98A Allitsen Road).

DEPARTMENT S: The Perfect Operation (Cyril Frankel: February 1969)
Annabel leaves the hospital in the Vauxhall followed by the 2 Turks (along Allitsen Road) and she manages to lose them at a junction (junction with Eamont Street).
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd, June 2007)

THE PERSUADERS!: The Long Goodbye (Roger Moore: 1971)
Brett, driving the Space Queen rocket car in pursuit of the kidnapped Danny, turns left (from Allitsen Road into Charlbert Street).
(Identified by Mike Wilson and Jaz Wiseman early 1992 and Stephen Carter, October 2002)

Avenue Road


photo: Geoff Dodd

DEPARTMENT S: A Cellar Full of Silence (John Gilling: Spring 1968)
The second location of Tronsonís house (two different houses are seen in the episode) at ďAvenue Road, St Johnís Wood".
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, February 2009)

Belgrave Gardens

GIDEONíS WAY: How to Retire Without Really Working (George Pollock: November/December 1964)
Driving away from the crime scene the Greshams run into a police diversion. The police have cordoned off a street where an armed robber, Shorty Flemming is hold up. Gideon (John Gregson) and Keen (Alexander Davion) arrive on the scene to take charge of the situation. Gideon recognises Robert Gresham and comments to Keen about the Rolls. Gideonís intervention is cover in that nightís television news.
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

Boundary Road

STRANGE REPORT: Report 3906 COVERGIRLS: 'Last Year's Model' (Peter Duffell: November/December 1968)
Bruce and Evelyn continue to follow the thieves in Bruceís car.
(Identified by Peter Astaire, April 2006)

THE PERSUADERS!: The Long Goodbye (Roger Moore: 1971)
The taxi in which Danny is being held hostage passes a building site where a block of flats (Buttermere Court at the junction of Boundary Road and The Marlowes) is under construction. Danny later passes by the building site again when he is attempting to track down the location to which he was taken.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, October 2002)

THE PROFESSIONALS: No Stone (Chris Burt: 1981)
Bodie (Lewis Collins) and Ray Doyle (Martin Shaw) watch as Tim Hockley (Philip York) and Jackie (Maria Harper), his girl friend enter Hockleyís flat (Buttermere Court). Later they interview Hockley in the flat.
(Identified by Tony Mann, September 2003)

Boydell Court, St. John's Wood Park


Photo: Wyn Roberts April 2000

THE SAINT: The Careful Terrorist (John Ainsworth: 1962)
Lester Boyde arrives at his apartment.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Castle In The Clouds (Peter Duffell: ??)
McGill visits Jim Ezard's apartment. He pops out to buy flowers for Magda, but is followed back by the 'two punks' in a taxi.

THE AVENGERS: The Hidden Tiger (Sidney Hayers: January 1967)
Steed races to the home of Samuel Jones.
(Spotted by: Sam Denham)


Photo: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: Super Secret Cypher Snatch (James Hill: June 1968)
Jarret's flat is under observation by the Class Glass window cleaners, Maskin (Simon Oats) and Vickers (Donald Gee). They watch as Steed (Patrick Macnee) arrives in his Rolls Royce. The Classy Glass cleaners follow Peters (John Carlisle) as he leaves with some important photographs.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts)

Bridgeman Street

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: You Can Always Find a Fall Guy (Ray Austin 1968)
After visiting Jeff's apartment, Miss Holliday drives away in her sports car.
(Spotted by John Holburn)

Cavendish Place

THE AVENGERS: The Interrogators (Charles Crichton: October 1968)
Steed arrives in his Bentley for a meeting with Mother. He enters the underground headquarters through a telephone box (against the wall of the Nursery, Lord's Cricket ground) just as Tara is leaving. Later Roy Casper (Philip Bond) leaves the HQ and immediately releases a carrier pigeon from his car.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts May 2000)

Charlbert Court



photo; Geoff Dodd

THE CHAMPIONS: Full Circle (John Gilling: September/October 1967)
After photographing documents at the Embassy of the Colombrian States, Paul Westerman (Patrick Allen) runs to a Jaguar parked nearby drives away.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, May 2009)

Charlbert Street


Photo: Geoff Dodd

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: All Work and No Pay (Jeremy Summers: Early 1969)
Jeff and Marty watch from Jeff's Vauxhall as Jean meets with Laura in her flat. After Jean leaves in the Mini, Jeff and Marty race back to the office (down Newcourt Street).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts July 2001)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Stranger In The Family (Peter Duffell: 1968)
Paula Wilde (Janice Rule) waits for Charles Wilson (Anthony Corlan) outside the flat (corner with Mackennal Street corner) where he lives with his parents. When he arrives after going shopping with his mother, Margaret Wilson (Jane Hylton), Paula calls him over.

THE PERSUADERS!:The Long Goodbye (Roger Moore: 1971)
Brett drives the Space Queen rocket car along here in pursuit of the kidnapped Danny.
(Identified by Mike Wilson and Jaz Wiseman early 1992 and Stephen Carter, October 2002)

Cherwode House, Lisson Green Estate

THE PROTECTORS: Blockbuster (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Caroline (Nyree Dawn Porter) is sent to interview workers at rear by building sites for signs of the missing security van.
(Identified by Rollthedice on the Britmovie Forum, September 2008)

Church Street

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Obono Affair
A rebel assassin goes to shoot Simon Templar (Church Street/Lisson Grove).
(Identified by Sam Denham, 13th December 2008)

THE PROFESSIONALS: No Stone (Chris Burt: 1981)
Tim Hockley (Philip York) makes a phone call advising that Jimmy Kilpin will soon be leaving prison (from corner of  Church Street & Edgware Road).
(Identified by Tony Mann, September 2003)

Circus Road

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Man from the Dead (Pat Jackson: August 1966)
A London bus, number 187, heads towards the junction of Wellington Road.
(Tony Mann, September 2003)

Culworth Street

THE SAINT: The Saint Plays with Fire (Robert S. Baker: 1963)
The Saint leaves Lady Valerie's flat and walks to his Volvo.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

Embassy Court, Wellington Road

THE SAINT: The Counterfeit Countess (Leslie Norman: January 1967)
Simon Templar arrives in his Volvo to talk to Miles Chatman who lives in flat 57, Embassy Court. His arrival is anticipated by Larry and Riles who watch from a nearby car. Later, as The Saint leaves, Inspector Teal arrives in a police car.
(Source: Sam Denham)

Finchley Road


Photo: Wyn Roberts

STRANGE REPORT: Report 3906 COVERGIRLS: 'Last Year's Model' (Peter Duffell: November/December 1968)
Sloan (Christopher Malcom) and Hayes (Albert Shepherd) spot that their van is being followed (towards the Swiss Cottage one way system) by Bruce de Lanoís car.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, May 2005)

Grove End Road

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Adam Strange and Hamlyn Gynt are at a hospital (St. John and St.ElizabethHospital) to see the body of Jock Humphries. As they leave Evelyn (Anneke Wills) meets up with Ham (KazGaras) and Strange (Anthony Quayle) with information about Elliston. They leave in Adamís taxi.

THE PERSUADERS!:The Time and The Place (Roger Moore 1971)
Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) arrives at Grove Court and does his Inspector Carruthers routine. Later
Brett (Roger Moore) catches up with him in the Aston Martin at the traffic lights (Hall Road and
Grove End Road)
. He looks across the crossroads to Grove Court to see Danny in the forecourt being led away to a waiting car.
(Identified by Mike Wilson and Jaz Wiseman early 1988)

Greenberry Street

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: You Can Always Find a Fall Guy (Ray Austin 1968)
Miss Holliday (Juliet Harmer), disguised as a nun leaves, Jeff's apartment, walks
to her sports car and removes her disguise.
(Spotted by John Holburn)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Never Trust a Ghost(Leslie Norman: ??)
Jeannie drives to Jeffís in the red Mini in order to provide an alibi.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, May 2010)

Grove House, Prince Albert's Road

THE CHAMPIONS:Full Circle (John Gilling: September/October 1967)
Paul Westerman (Patrick Allen) breaks into the The Embassy of the Colombrian States. He photographs documents the relating to the new defence treaty with Britain.

Hamilton Terrace

THE SAINT: The Persistent Patriots (Roy Baker: October 1966)
Lockhart and Benson drive through London with an unconscious Simon Templar (Hamilton Terrace turning into Marlborough Place).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, March2014)

THE CHAMPIONS: The Gilded Cage (Cyril Frankel: September 1967)
The house were Richard Barrett is held prisoner.
(Source: Sam Denham)

THE AVENGERS: Take Me to Your Leader (Robert Fuest: November 1968)
Tara (Linda Thorson) is directed to leave the case in the crypt of a church (St. Mark's, on the corner of Abercorn Place). Fortunately, she escapes an intended trap and leaves at high speed confusing a vicar in the process.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts: June 2000)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Vendetta for a Dead Man (Cyril Frankel: February 1969)
Marty and Jeff set off to investigate Cavello-Smith's background (corner of Hamilton Terrace and Abercorn Place).
(Identified by Wyn Roberts May 2001)


Photo: Wyn Roberts

THE PERSUADERS!: The Long Goodbye (Roger Moore: 1971)
The taxi in which Danny is being held hostage passes a church (St Mark's Church) just as the church clock is striking three. Danny later passes by the church again when he is attempting to track down the location to which he was taken.
(Identified by Mike Wilson and Jaz Wiseman early 1992 and Stephen Carter, October 2002)

 
Photo: Paul Ager

THE PERSUADERS!:The Time and The Place (Roger Moore 1971)
Brett (Roger Moore) drives his Aston Martin towards Grove Court (turning off Carlton Hill and driving up Hamilton Terrace).

RETURN OF THE SAINT: One Black September (Leslie Norman: 1977)
Simon thinks he is being followed and accelerates his Jaguar at a junction (corner of Hamilton Terrace. and Abercorn Place) to trap the other car at the lights.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, August 2002)

Imperial Court, Prince Albert Road/Avenue Road


Photo: Wyn Roberts, May 2000

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Jigsaw Man (Charles Frend: February/March 1967)
McGill visits Marcia in flat No.512.
(Spotted by Wyn Roberts)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Web with Four Spiders (Robert Tronson: January 1967)
McGill is summoned to the London apartment of Dr James Norbert.

 
Photo: Geoff Dodd April 2007

THE CHAMPIONS:To Trap a Rat (Sam Wanamaker: May 1967)
Jane Purcell (Kate O'Mara) is locked in a flat by her father in order to do cold turkey. She is watched by all three of the Champions from a spot across the road next to the Regent's Canal. They deliberately engineer her escape so that she will lead them to her pusher. She heads off over the bridge on her way to Whiteley's department store where Sharon follows her.
(Identified by Sam Denham)


Photo: Wyn Roberts May 2000

THE AVENGERS: False Witness(Charles Crichton: June 1968)
Melville (Barry Warren) is supposed to be keeping watch, by a telephone box (on the corner of Townshend Road and Mackennall Street), for his colleague, Penman (Peter Jesson) as he breaks searches through a car in an underground car park. Melville is unable to warn Penman when Lord Edgefield's chauffer arrives. Later Melville performs the same service as Steed searches Lord Edgefield's flat.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts)

THE SAINT:The Scales of Justice (Robert Asher: 1967)
Simon arrives at Penthouse apartment for a meeting of London businessmen with bad news.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts)

Kenwood House, Hampstead Heath

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Essay in Evil (Freddie Francis: June 1967)
On his bedside table, James Harris has a photograph of his wife and two children sitting in front of Kenwood House (photograph from same session used in ESPIONAGE: The Weakling).

Film:
NOTTING HILL (1999)

Television:
ESPIONAGE: The Weakling (1963)

Lodge Road

THE SAINT: The Persistent Patriots (Roy Baker: October 1966)
Following the instructions he has received in a telephone call, Simon Templar (Roger Moore) parks in Belfort Street and enters the vault of the church there (Church of Our Lady) to discuss the return of Liskard's letters.
(Identified byBendigo of the Britmovie Forum, March 2009)

Television:
BUDGIE (1971)

Marlborough Place

THE PERSUADERS!: Someone Waiting (Peter Medak: 1971)
Danny, in his red Ferrari, turns left (from Marlborough Place into Hamilton Terrace) as he tries to find out who wants to kill Brett. Another car follows him.
(Identified by Mike Wilson and Jaz Wiseman October 1995 and Stephen Carter, October 2002)

Marylebone Goods Yard

GIDEONíS WAY: The Tin God (John Gilling: June/July 1964)
John ĎBenny Bensoní (Derren Nesbit) and Freddy Tisdale (John Hurt) make their way across railway sidings to a shed were clothes and money have been stashed for them.
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2007)

Newcourt Street


photo; Geoff Dodd

THE SAINT: The High Fence (James Hill 1965)
Inspector Pryor (James Villiers) interrogates Johnny Anworth (Harry Towb) at the Police Station on the corner. Later Gilden Quincy forces Enderby to drive himself and Simon Templar into a basement garage to meet The High Fence.
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2008)

THE SAINT: The Scorpion (Roy Baker: December 1963)
Disguised as Long Harry, Simon Templar escapes from Eddie along this street. Eddie follows Simon Templar, who is disguised as Long Harry, into this underground car park.
(Identified Alan Field. August 2008)

THE PERSUADERS!: The Time and The Place (Roger Moore 1971)
As Danny (Tony Curtis) is driven away from Grove Court by the fake policemen, they pass the
police station (on the corner of Newcourt Street and Greenberry Street) and turn right at the end of the junction.
(Source: Jaz Wiseman and Mike Wilson Sept 1995)

Norfolk Road

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Ghost Talks (Cyril Frankel: 1968)
Marty and Joe wait in Marty's mini (on the corner Norfolk Road and Avenue Road) and observe Thompson's house before breaking in.
(Source: RAHDAS)

Oslo Court, Charlbert Street

 
photo; Geoff Dodd

THE SAINT: The Rough Diamonds (Peter Yates: 1963)
Simon Templar takes Barbara Sinclair (Jemma Hyde) back to her flat (Oslo Court) in his Volvo. They have been followed all the way from Scotland yard by Ricco (Paul Stassino) and Ned Walsh. Ned goes into the house to find out what he can, but after a fight with Templar he falls from the building and is killed. Ricco disappears into the night in his Zypher before Simon can catch him. The following day Simon returns to the flat in daylight to search. He watches as Barbara arrives by taxi and waits to confront her. Rocco is lurking in the background and follows Simonís Volvo as Simon and Barbara leave with the suitcase of diamonds.

THE SAINT: The Crime Of The Century (John Gilling: January 1965)
David Tregrath helps his sister Betty Tregrath with her luggage from her apartment. They get into Davidís car and they leave for London Airport. They are followed by Raxelís men Crantor and Gregory.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Park Road


Photo: Stephen Carter, June 2001

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
McGill and Blake are in a taxi, McGill having told the driver to take them to the zoo. The taxi travels down Park Road and turns left into Hanover Gate, passing Hanover Lodge.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, September 2000)

Prince Albert Road


Photo: Geoff Dodd, June 2007

MARK SABER aka THE VISE aka UNCOVERED: Murder for Gain (Ernest Morris: 1957)
Mark Saber drives to interview Miss Norma Ward at her flat (Viceroy Court) with Barney O'Keefe, his asistant.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
Rufus Blake has just left prison and been met by McGill. They leave in a taxi which drops them off round this corner, where they get into McGill's car.

DEPARTMENT S: Les Fleurs du Mal (Cyril Frankel: Early 1969)
Jason and Annabelle are staking out Vabourís flat (Kings Court, 31 Prince Albert Road) when they see Sacey leave.
(Identified by Ď37Sunshineí at the Britmovie Forum, January 2009)

DEPARTMENT S: Soup of the Day (Leslie Norman: June 1969)
Gregoryís flat (Kings Court, 31 Prince Albert Road).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: When the Spirit Moves You (Ray Austin: ??)
The story opens with Calvin P. Bream entering a building (Kings Court, 31 Prince Albert Road) to discuss a crooked financial transaction.
(Identified by Ď37Sunshineí at the Britmovie Forum, January 2009)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Arrangement (Peter Medek: ???)
Guy Northcott (Michael Medwin) arrives at Prince Alberi Court and is nearly run over by Lady Greer Stevens (Sarah Douglas). Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) and Sheila Northcott (Carolyn Seymour) arrive to find Northcott has fallen from the balcony Templar races to Northcott's flat to see Lady Stevens drive off.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Queenís Grove

THE PERSUADERS!: The Long Goodbye (Roger Moore: 1971)
Brett drives the Space Queen rocket car along here in pursuit of the kidnapped Danny (turning left from Queenís Grove into Finchley Road).
(Identified by Stephen Carter, October 2002)

Randolph Gardens

 
Photos: Alan Field

STRANGE REPORT: Report No.4407-HEART:'No choice for the donor' (Robert Asher: July 1968)
Gynt (KazGaras) arrives on his bike at No. 5 to talk to Williamís landlady (Hazel Hughes). When he fails to gain entry to the flat Evelyn (Anneke Willis) is sent fro a second attempt. Unfortunately she is kidnapped by Segarusí man.
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2007)

Regent's Park Zoo

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: The 24-Hour Man (Robert Day, ???)
Alvar Bell (Johnny Sekka), Harry Robson (Inigo Jackson) deliver a group of school children to the zoo from the narrow boat, Jason. Dr. Jimmy Davis (Michael Johnson) takes the opportunity to emerge from the boat and talk to Alvar.

THE CHAMPIONS:To Trap a Rat (Sam Wanamaker: May 1967)
Craig (Stuart Damon) follows Edwards (Michael Standing) Regent's Park Zoo where he buys drugs concealed in a pack of peanuts from a vendor outside the Snowdon Aviary. Craig follows the peanut vendor as he leaves.

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Somewhere In A Crowd (Alan Gibson: 1968)
William Searle (David Hedison) takes Marielle (Jane Asher) to the zoo. As an elephant goes on a rampage William notices more of the mysterious watchers (George McGrath, Frank Cousins, Kaplan Kaye, Ann King, Elizabeth Robillard).

U.F.O.: The Long Sleep (Jeremy Summers: September 1970)
Catherine Fraser (Tessa Wyatt) and Tim (Christian Roberts) walk and talk by the canal.

St Annís Terrace

THE PERSUADERS!: Element of Risk (Gerald Mayer: February 1971)
After escaping from the police car transporting him to the detention centre, Lomax runs across this road (towards the junction with Circus Road and St Johnís Wood High Street).
(Identified by Stephen Carter, October 2002)

St. Edmunds Terrace


Photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
McGill drives off with Blake and Valerie in his Hillman Imp (pulling out of Guinness Court). McGill's car travels downhill and turns left (St. Edmunds Terrace pulling into Titchfield Road) as he takes Blake and Valerie to ďsomewhere more privateĒ.
(Tony Mann, September 2003)

St. John's Wood High Street


photo: Geoff Dodd

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK DECEASED
Jeff Randall's flat.

THE CHAMPIONS:To Trap a Rat (Sam Wanamaker: May 1967)
Craig follows Sandra (Edina Ronay) to her apartment ("Northgate", she uses the entrance in St. John's Wood High St. This is next door to Hanover House where Jeff Randall lives). Later she takes her dog for a walk in the gardens (St. John's Wood Church grounds) where Richard (William Gaunt) pretends to steal her bag and Craig (Stuart Damon) pretends to wrestle it off him in order to ingratiate himself with her.
(Source: Wyn Roberts)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: You Can Always Find a Fall Guy (Ray Austin: August 1968)
Jeff has arranged to collect Jean for another meeting with Douglas Kershaw. Jean gets into the Vauxhall and Marty leaves (back projection of corner of Wellington Place and St. John's Wood High Street).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: For The Girl Who Has Everything (Cyril Frankel: July 1968)
James McAllister parks his bike then makes his way to Jeff's flat.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Vendetta for a Dead Man (Cyril Frankel: Autumn 1968)
Jeff, in his Vauxhall, drops off his date at her flat (North Gate 1- 6A).
(Source: RAHDAS)

St. John's Wood Road

THE PROFESSIONALS: No Stone (Chris Burt: 1981)
Bodie (Lewis Collins) and Ray Doyle (Martin Shaw) force their way onto Tim Hockleyís (Philip York) apartment (Lords View). Jackie (Maria Harper), his girlfriend protests as Bodie admires the view of Lordís Cricket Ground.
(Identified by Tony Mann, September 2003)

Saint John's Wood Terrace

 
Photos: Jaz Wiseman

THE PERSUADERS!: The Long Goodbye (Roger Moore 1971)
Brett is driving the Space Queen promotion rocket car along a high street. Later, the taxi in which the kidnapped Danny is being held turns left at a road junction (from St John's Wood High Street into Circus Road). During his taxi ride Danny hears the musical chimes of an ice cream van parked by a pub (The Duke of York pub St John's Wood Terrace / St Anne's Terrace) and the sound of children playing at The Robinsfield Infants School.
(Identified by Mike Wilson and Jaz Wiseman early 1992 and Stephen Carter, October 2002)

South Hampstead Railway Station

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Conscience on a Rack (Roy Baker: Feb 1964)
Finding herself facing a tunnel on a railway line, Dorothy Wyley (Flora Robson) hears the whistle on an oncoming train and turning around she begins to run, but falls onto the tracks. The approaching locomotive exits the tunnel and runs over Wyley, who suddenly wakes up from her nightmare.
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2011)

Townshend Road

THE PERSUADERS!: The Long Goodbye (Roger Moore 1971)
Brett manages to escape from the taxi that has been holding him and Danny hostage (filming took place at the Acacia Road junction with the on screen view facing Avenue Road).
(Identified by Mike Wilson and Jaz Wiseman early 1992 and Stephen Carter, October 2002)

THE PERSUADERS!: Element of Risk (Gerald Mayer: February 1971)
The police car carrying Lomax to the detention centre swerves violently in the road as Lomax struggles to escape. After the car screeches to a halt, Lomax (Shane Rimmer) runs off (towards the junction with Acacia Road).
(Identified by Mike Wilson and Jaz Wiseman early 1992 and Stephen Carter, October 2002)

Wellington Road

THE PERSUADERS!:E lement of Risk (Gerald Mayer: 1971)
The apartment block were the gang are based (Eyre Court). At night Danny Wilde (Tony
Curtis)
gets a taxi to try to escape but is joined by Charlie (June Ritchie).
(Identified by Mike Wilson and Jaz Wiseman 2001)

West End Lane

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Syd Carter (David Gregory) sees Rachel fetch the police.

Woronzow Road


photo: Geoff Dodd

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Ghost Talks (Cyril Frankel: 1968)
After the robbery Jeff drives Joe, in his Mini and drops Joe him off on a street corner (Woronzow Road and Norfolk Road). Later we see Marty chasing through London after Brenan in his Mini(across the junction of Woronzow Road & Acacia Road).
(Identified by
Wyn Roberts, June 2001 and Tony Mann, September 2003)

NW9

Birchen Grove


Photo: Wyn Roberts

THE PROTECTORS: Balance of Terror (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1972)
Professor Alexander Schelpin arrives at the gates of Hamond Reservoir (Brent Reservoir) and drives in. Harry Rule and Colonel Krassinkov (Nigel Green) are not far behind.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, September 2004)

Brent Reservoir/ Welsh Harp Reservoir

   
Photos: Wyn Roberts

THE PROTECTORS: Balance of Terror (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1972)
On the trail of Professor Alexander Schelpin, Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) and Colonel Alexander Krassinkov (Nigel Green) drive past the boats of a sailing club (The Welsh Harp Sailing Association) and start looking for Professor Schelpin (Laurence Naismith). Harry spots Schelpin heading towards a spillway control room and while the Colonel distracts Schelpin, Harry makes his way around the to the rear.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, September 2004)

The Hyde, Brent

GIDEONíS WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Gideon (John Gregson) watches as Syd Carter (David Gregory) is put into a prison van, after his hearing, and is driven away (back of Hendon Magistrates Court, slightly modified).
(Identified by Ian Rogers, February 2010)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Perfect Crime (Leslie Norman: May 1965)
Gideon arrives at the court for the committal hearings of Caseyís trial (Hendon Magistrates Court).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, October 2007)

RAF Hendon (Royal Air Force Museum Hendon), Grahame Park Way

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Flight Into Darkness (Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Wilson and Sewell of the World Peace Organisation have kidnapped Doctor Stephens and drive him to Woodley airport near Reading. Doctor Peter Brady and Pat, Stephensí daughter, have followed and force the villiansí car off the runway in Bradyís Austin Healey.
(Identified by Gary Loveday, February 2009)

THE SAINT: Flight Plan (Roy Baker:  August/September 1966)
Simon Templar arrives visits RAF Blakewell to discuss Michael Gregory with Lieutenant Wills (the gatehouse seen has probably been demolished).
(Identified by Martin Henderson, August 2003)

DEPARTMENT S: Who Plays the Dummy? (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
Stewart Sullivan goes to the race track where Gilford is testing his racing cars to ask about remote control systems. Whilst he is there Jason King drives up in one of the cars.
(Identified by Andrew Chilcott, December 2009)

DEPARTMENT S: A Ticket to Nowhere (Cyril Frankel: Early 1969)
Gerald Bain is found in the middle of a runaway in pyjamas and a dressing gown.
(Identified by Andrew Chilcott, December 2009)

Film:
THE DIRTY DOZEN

West Hendon Broadway

 
Julian Headon House, photo Geoff Dodd

DEPARTMENT S: The Shift That Never Was (Sidney Hayers: May 1967)
Inside this police station the police investigate the mystery at Bellman-Parsons (Julian Headon House, former West Hendon Police Station on the corner with Brent Park Road).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, December 2006)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Sentimental Journey (Leslie Norman: July 1968)
The police station where Jeff waits for news from Marty (Julian Headon House).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, December 2006)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Trouble with Women (Cyril Frankel: October 1968)
The the police station (Julian Headon House) to which Jeff is taken to be interviewed after the death of Paul Lang.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, December 2006)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: The Madison Equation (Rex Firkin: 1968)
Insurance investigator, Adam Frost uses his contacts at the local police station (Julian Headon House) and decides that the death of Ralph Madison needs further investigation, especially as he was insured by his company.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, December 2006)

NW10

Neasden Lane

 
Photo: Stephen Carter

GIDEON'S WAY: Subway to Revenge (Roy Baker: January 1965)
After being identified as the stalker John Stewart (Bryan Pringle) wanders off by the railway.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2007 confirmed by Stephen Carter)

NW11

Golders Green Road

THE SAINT: The Man Who was Lucky (John Gilling: 1962)
Cora sees a cab on the road opposite and tries to call it (corner of Armitage Road).
(Identified by Martin Green, April 2009)

GIDEON'S WAY: The Housekeeper (Leslie Norman: 1965)
Martha Smallwood (Kay Walsh) walks into the ladies at the tube station (Golders Green Station) to give herself an alibi after murdering Mr Henderson.
(Spotted by Nick Cooper, November 2011)

Ingram Avenue

THE SAINT: The Scorpion (Roy Baker: December 1963)
Wilfred Garniman arrives at Mark Deverestís home (No. 23). He is soon joined by The Saint in his Volvo. Eddie Black (Dudley Sutton) stands by the gateway and observes the coming and goings with interest.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, August 2005)

THE SAINT: The Chequered Flag (Leslie Norman: ??)
Simon Templar is invited to Beauís house (No. 23).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, August 2005)

THE SAINT: The High Fence (James Hill: December 1963)
The Saint arrives in his Volvo at Gabriel Forestís London home. Gabrial and Simon leave, but they are being watched from a parked car by Johnny Anworth (Harry Towbe) and Jim Fasson (Dyson Lovell). After waiting a few minutes they break into the house, but their actions are being monitored by Quincy (Peter Jeffreys) who reports back to ĎThe High Fenceí by phone. After Simon returns Gabriel home to collect the theatre tickets they find the burglars in the house. Anworth and Fasson make a break for it in their car and Simon follows in his Volvo.

GIDEONíS WAY: Fall High, Fall Hard (Leslie Norman, November 1964)
The home of Tony Erickson (Donald Houston) where he is preparing for his companiesí court case. After being arrested for speeding Tony Erickson is driven home by his wife. Unfortunately it is the nightís of his sonís party. Later Jenson and Thompson wait outside the house until Erickson is alone, they then kidnap Erickson.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, August 2005)

North End Way

THE SAINT: The Persistent Patriots (Roy Baker: October 1966)
Protesters gather outside the embassy (Inverforth House on North End Way) where Prime Minster Jack Liskard is staying in London.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, March2014)

Kingsley Way


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DEPARTMENT S: The Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: Spring 1969)
Annabell drives from antique shop to antique shop (Kingsley Way traveling towards Lyttelton Road), followed by a Russian agent, she accelerates past the lights to lose him.
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd April 2006).

North End Road, Golders Green

 
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THE SAINT: The Fast Women (Leslie Norman: September 1966)
Simon takes Paddy to the "Brighton Hippodrome" (Golders Green Hippodrome) to see Maximillian's act.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, August 2002)

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