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Abingdon Street

THE AVENGERS: The Girl From Auntie (Roy Baker: October 1965)
After leaving Barrett, Barrett and Wimpole, Steed and Georgie Price Jones take their taxi to the offices of the four Jacques brothers (Abingdon Street and Millbank see as back projection inside cab).
(Identified by GBC on the Britmovie forum, July 2013)

THE PRISONER
In the title sequence of most episodes the secret agent is seen driving his Lotus Seven down the ramp to an underground car park.

THE PRISONER:Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (Pat Jackson: August 1967)
Number 6 drives his Lotus Seven Lotus Seven down the ramp to the underground car park of his old office.

Admiralty Arch

DANGER MAN: Don't Nail Him Yet (Michael Truman: ???)
Denis Rawson (John Fraser) leaves his Admiralty Arch office, buys a newspaper and takes a taxi along The Mall towards Hyde Park Comer, followed by a Ford Zodiac estate.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

THE ADVENTURER: Title Sequence
Mr Parminter (Barry Morse) walks up to the entrance of his office.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

THE ADVENTURER: Mr Calloway is a Very Cautious Man (Barry Morse: ??)
Mr Parminter's office (the Old Admiralty Offices)
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

THE ADVENTURER: The Not-So-Merry Widow (Cyril Frankel)
Establishing shot of Mr Parminter's office in the old AdmiraltyBuilding.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2005)

The Albert Embankment

GIDEONíS WAY: The Millionaire's Daughter (Cyril Frankel, ??)
Alan Blake (Don Borisenko) and Nina Henderson (Lans Traverse) look across the Thames at Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament from the Embankment footpath.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

Alexander Place/Thurloe Square

THE PERSUADERS!:Take Seven (Sidney Hayers: October 1970)
Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) and Lord Brett Sinclair (Roger Moore) arrive to
meet the Farmer (Victor Platt).
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman and Mike Wilson, June 1992)

Aspley Way

THE ADVENTURER: To The Lowest Bidder (Val Guest, 1972)
Establishing shot showing the members of the Blues and Royals riding horses towards Aspley House (Duke of WellingtonMuseum).
(Identified by Jaz Wiseman, March 2006)

Ash Place

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Debt Collectors (Leslie Norman: 1978)
As he leaves Jeffrey Conaught's building Bradley (Neil McCarthy) attempts to run Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) over with a blue van.

Basil Street

THE ADVENTURER: Somebody Doesn't Like Me (Cyril Frankel: 1972)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) arrives at his hairdressing salon (in the Brompton Arcade) for his appointment. He is watched by Buckley (Robin Hawdon).
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

Belgrave Mews South

THE PERSUADERS!:Element Of Risk
Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) having been mistaken for Lomax is driven to gang's hideout.
(Source: Wyn Roberts and Jaz Wiseman, July 2000)

Belgrave Mews West


Photo: Sam Denham

DANGER MAN: Don't Nail Him Yet (Michael Truman: ???)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) visits the Star Tavern and leaves with Rawson (John Fraser). On his way to a rendezvous, Rawson, runs into the square and stops a taxi. Drake and Mumford (Edwin Apps) follow him in a Ford Zodiac Estate from the Star Tavern.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Belgrave Square

THE SAINT: The Elusive Ellshaw (John Moxey: 1963)
Simon and Anne go to 11 Duchess Place to investigate Mrs Ellshawís claims about seeing her husband.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: The Abductors (Jeremy Summers: ??)
The London home of Professor Quell.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2007)

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: The Man Who Fell Apart (Roy Baker: July 1964)
A cab pulls up outside an apartment block at night to establish the Grantís home (between Wilton Crescent and Wilton Terrace). A second establishing shot appears later that night and this footage is used again for the following night.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, March 2010)

DANGER MAN: Don't Nail Him Yet (Michael Truman: March 1964)
Rawson's taxi passes a phone box as it drives to his mews.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

DANGER MAN: Such Men Are Dangerous (Don Chaffey: 1964)
Williamsí taxi puls up outside the flat currently occupied by Minister Odzala.

GIDEONíS WAY: The Thin Red Line (Cyril Frankel: March 1965)
Major Donald Ross goes to the office of Barton-Smith and Company to sort out his finances.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2007)

DANGER MAN: The Hunting Party (Pat Jackson: 1965)
Claudia Jordan telephones for references on John Drake from Lady Brassington, but Edwards is in place to intercept the call.

GIDEONíS WAY: The Perfect Crime (Leslie Norman: May 1965)
Spender Todd (Patrick Allen) and Casey (Patrick Bedford) arrive at the home of Lord and Lady Melton, no. 27, Ďoff Eton Square. They begin to rob the safe when the Italian au pair (Claudia West) arrives. The two men escape but their car has already been spotted by a police man.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, July 2005)

THE BARON: Diplomatic Immunity (Leslie Norman: August 1965)
Templeton Green's men in their car have followed Manneringís car from the airport into London.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, August 2007)

THE BARON: The Killing (Cyril Frankel: February 1966)
We see the ambulance here as Martin drives to the Crown Treasury.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

THE SAINT: The Power Artist (Leslie Norman: March 1967)
Simon drives Cassie and George, in his Volvo, to Finlay Thorpe-Jones' gambling club (No. 34, between Upper Belgrave Street and Belgrave Place).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, August 2008)

THE CHAMPIONS: To Trap a Rat (Sam Wanamaker: May 1967)
Richard gets into the car to join Sharon after they are successful in tracking down the villainís layer. They watch as Craig drives past in a Rolls Royce, straight into a trap.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, April 2009)

THE AVENGERS: False Witness (Charles Crichton: June 1968)
Tara follows the milk float from Plummer's apartmentin her Lotus Europa to the home of Sir Joseph Tarlton (passing the junctions of Wilton Crescent, Grosvenor Crescent and Halkin Street).
(Identified by Mike Richardson, August 2012)

THE SAINT: Double Take (Leslie Norman: April 1969)
The Saint pays a visit to the London home of Eugene Patroclosin his Volvo.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, July 2005)


Photo: Stephen Carter

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Ghost Talks (Cyril Frankel: 1968)
Marty keeps an appointment with Sir Basil Duggan at The Civil and Military Club (No.5).
(Identified by Stephen Carter, July 2001)

DEPARTMENT S: Handicap Dead (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
A limousine parks outside number 31. Later, Sullivan reports progress on the case to Curtis Seretse in the limousine.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

DEPARTMENT S: Six Days (Cyril Frankel: 1968)
Stewart Sullivan (Joel Fabiani) manages to catch up with Sir Curtis Seretse as he is leaving his London flat (Nos. 30/31) in a Rolls Royce.
(Identified by Keith Howard, confirmed by Wyn Roberts March 2003)

DEPARTMENT S: The Shift That Never Was (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
From his red Jaguar, Jason King stakes out the prestigious perfumery, Clichy of Mayfair (No. 40) he watches as Kate Mortimer and Douglas Stayte enter.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts March 2003)

Birdcage Walk

GIDEONíS WAY: The Thin Red Line (Cyril Frankel: March 1965)
Commander Gideon (John Gregson) is called in by Commissioner Scott-Marle (Basil Dingnam) to investigate the theft of the Balaclava Silver (from Wellington Barracks). Later Detective Superintendent Lemaitre (Reginald Jessup) goes to question Sergeant McKinnon (Gordon Jackson) about who had access to the silver.

Boscobel Place


photo: Paul Ager

GIDEONíS WAY: The Perfect Crime (Leslie Norman: May 1965)
Todd (Patrick Allen) arrives back at his mews apartment. He has been followed by Sandra Casey (Jean Marsh) in a taxi. She pays off the taxi driver (Richard Davies) and proceeds to confront Todd. She soon discovers that Todd is not the manís real name.
(Identified by Greg Mishevski, aka SainT on the Britmovie Forum, February 2011)

Bridge Street

DANGER MAN: Someone is Liable to Get Hurt (Michael Truman: 1965)
Establishing shots of London where Drake is at home trying to relax.

Broad Sanctuary

THE PROTECTORS: Balance of Terror (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Harry and the Contessa drive the yellow MGB past Westminster Abbey on their way to the Conference centre.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, April 2009)

Brompton Road


Photo: Stephen Carter

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) is picked up by police detectives (Garfield Morgan and ?) outside Knightsbridge Station (the corner of Brompton Road and Hans Crescent).
(Spotted by Alan Leventhall, September 1994)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Whisper (Charles Crichton: Spring 1967)
Detective Inspector Samuels collects McGill in his police car and as the drive they discuss Alfred Porter (World Backgrounds 30596).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, June 2007)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Do Me A Favor and Kill Me (Gerry O'Hara: 1968)
Jeff Wheeler, attempts to throw himself out of the window of his London flat but finds he does not have the nerve (opposite junction with Hans Crescent).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, May 2008)

THE ADVENTURER: The Case of the Poisoned Pawn (Cyril Frankel 1972)
Brandon (Dennis Price) collects a chess set from the London department store (Harrods) and gets a cab from outside the building.
(Identified by Jaz Wiseman, March 2006)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Arrangement (Peter Medek: 1977)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) and Sheila Northcott (Sarah Douglas) attend the funeral of Lady Greer Stevens (Holy Trinity Church). After the service they talk with Sir Trevor Stevens (Donald Pickering).
(Identified by Alan Field, April 2009)

 
Photo: Stephen Carter

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Armageddon Alternative (Leslie Norman: 1978)
Fred (George Cole) telephones the police from a public telephone box.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2002)

Buckingham Place

THE PRISONER (1967)
No.6's House seen in the title Sequence most episodes

THE PRISONER: Many Happy Returns (Joseph Serf: February/April 1967)
Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) returns home only to find his house occupied. The maid (Grace Arnold) turns him away but he is allowed in by her mistress (Georgina Cookson) who arrives in Number 6's own car.

THE PRISONER: Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (Pat Jackson: August 1967)
Number 6 (Nigel Stock) drives his Lotus Seven as he returns to his old office.

THE PRISONER: Fall Out (Patrick McGoohan: December 1967)
Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) arrives at his house on foot with the Butler (Angelo Muskat). As the Butler enters the house he turns to watch his new master drive off in his Lotus Seven.

Cannon Row

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Nightmare Man (Peter Sasdy: July 1977)
Livia Morena (Moira Redmond) arrives by taxi followed by Gayle (Kathryn Leigh Scott).

Carlton Tower Hotel, Cadogan Place

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Sentimental Journey (Leslie Norman: July 1968)
Marty visits a number of London hotels in his search for Dandy including The Carlton Tower Hotel.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts May 2001)

DEPARTMENT S: The Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: Spring 1969)
The view from the office where Department S are working in London.
(Identified by Alan Field, October 2008)

Carlton House Terrace

THE SAINT: The Talented Husband (Michael Truman: June 1962)
A taxi leaves Clarron at his club.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Steed stays the night at Gambit's flat.
(Source: Sam Denham)

Chelsea Bridge Road

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Money to Burn (Ray Austin: January 1969)
Battersea Power Station is seen from here.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

Chesham Place

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Sentimental Journey (Leslie Norman: July 1968)
Seymour's chauffeur drives Dandy Garrison and Jeff Randall to Seymour's gym (back projection, they turn into Chesham Place from Belgrave Square,  pass Lowndes Place and start to turn into Lyall Street).
(Identified by Peter Astaire,  April 2012)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]:The Trouble with Women (Cyril Frankel: October 1968)
Paul Lang studies paperwork as he is driven in his limousine. Unknown to him he is being followed by Jeff Randall (back projection of Chesham Place, near the junction with Lyall Street).
(Identified by Peter Astaire, April 2012)

Downing Street

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Ghost Talks (Cyril Frankel: July 1969)
Marty explains to Jeff how, in the corridors of power, people were talking.

Duke of Wellington Place

DANGER MAN: - Don't Nail Him Yet (Michael Truman: 1964)
Rawson is dropped off by a taxi as he attempts to lose Drake. He hides in the subway passages before catching another taxi in front of the Wellington Statue and heads towards Piccadilly and central London.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

Eaton Mews North


Photo: Geoff Dodd

DANGER MAN: Fair Exchange (Charles Crichton: April 1964)
Elisabeth Lanzig (Lelia Goldoni) arrives John Drakeís mews by taxi, but she is followed by John Foster (Barry Linehan). She hammers on Drakeís door. Later Drake (Patrick McGoohan) sneaks around the back of the Mews to make a telephone call to ďGĒ
(Identified by Phil Harris of John Drake on the Web)

THE BARON: The Edge of Fear (Quentin Lawrence)
Mannering and Cordellia spend the evening at a party held by Lord Mountford. As they leave, they are followed.
(Identified by Geoff.Dodd, July 2005)


Photo Please

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: My Late Lamented Friend and Partner (Cyril
Frankel 1968)
Jeff pays a visit to Happy Lee's flat (No. 60) to ask about what she saw on the night of Marty's death.
(Source: RAHDAS)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Debt Collectors (Leslie Norman: 1978)
Bradley pays a nocturnal visit to Simon's flat to warn him to stay away from Jerry Hansen. The following day Jerry arrives by taxi to see Simon.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Nightmare Man (Peter Sasdy: July 1977)
Simon Relaxes at home with Gayle.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Signal Stop (Ray Austin: ???)
Detective Sergeant Taylor (Ian Cullen) arrives to talk to Janie Lennox.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Tower Bridge is Falling Down (Roy Ward Baker: ???)
Jenny and Simon spend the evening composing a letter to Ray Dennis in Simonís flat. A couple of days later Ray Dennis and Inspector Ashton arrive looking for The Saint.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Obono Afffair (Peter Sasdy: ???)
The Saint relaxes in his mews flat, (number 36).

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Assault Force (Peter Sasdy: ???)
Simon and Jeanette discuss the plan so far in Simonís flat.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Yesterdayís Hero (Roy Ward Baker: ???)
Simon returns home late one night to find Roy Gates waiting for him.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Arrangement (Peter Medek: ???)
Sarah arrives at Simonís flat by taxi.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Armageddon Alternative (Leslie Norman: 1978)
After a bomb destroys his flat Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) and Lynne Jackson (Anouska Hempel) run to a nearby Volvo and drive off in order to catch Fred.

Eaton Place


Photo: Geoff Dodd

GIDEONíS WAY: The Thin Red Line (Cyril Frankel: March 1965)
Captain James Murray is enjoying a relaxing morning with Mrs Ann Ross.
(Identified by Celia O'Connor, May 2008)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Burden of Proof (Peter Duffell: ??)
McGill pops into Henry Faversham's London Club (99 Eaton Place) to collect a package.
(Identified by: Wyn Roberts June 2000)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: My Late Lamented Friend and Partner (Cyril Frankel 1968)
Jeff watches from his Vauxhall as Sorrenson (Frank Windsor) leaves his house (98 Eaton Place). He then enters to talk to Mrs Sorrenson. Later Marty visits in his Mini, but is unable to prevent her murder. Later Jeff and Marty watch the Vauxhall as Sorrenson leaves in a taxi to arrange Jeffís murder.
(Source: RAHDAS)

Film:
THE CRYING GAME
(1992)

Eaton Square


Photo: Wyn Roberts

DANGER MAN: The Lonely Chair (Charles Frend: 1959)
Sally Lawrence (Liz Lanchbury) arrives home after a days racing with Jimmy. Before she can enter the house she is lured into a passing car by kidnappers.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, August 2004)

DANGER MAN :Name, Date and Place (Charles Frend: 1959)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) pulls up in a Chrysler Imperial at house number 385, and enters. Later he returns with plain-clothes men.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

Edbury Mews

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Money to Burn (Ray Austin: January 1969)
Elizabeth Saxon sets off in her Triumph with Kevin O'Malley and Marty aboard to chase after Anne-Marie Benson and Angela Kendon who have stolen O'Malley's car from the Club 70.
(Identified by Michelle Clarke, November 2014)

Exhibition Road

THE ADVENTURER: Going, Going... (Val Guest: 1972)
Brooks (Norman Bird) hails a cab.
(Source: Jaz Wiseman March 2000)

Francis Street

GIDEONíS WAY: State Visit (John Moxey 1964)
Police cars patrol the street looking for Fischer as well as dropping of descriptions to constables on the beat.
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2010)

Great College Street

DEPARTMENT S: The Perfect Operation (Cyril Frankel: February 1969)
Stewart and Sir Curtis drive away from Henry Smithís office in Sir Curtisí Rolls Royce

Great George Street

SABER OF LONDON()
Mark Saber's office (Offices of the Institution of Civil Engineers).

THE CHAMPIONS: Project Zero (Don Sharp: Autumn 1967)
Richard Barrett (William Gaunt) goes to a meeting at ĎThe Ministryí to be vetted by the Project Zero committee. Hi is followed and watched by Sharron and Richard from their car. He is soon escorted from the building and leaves for another venue.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, May 2008)

DEPARTMENT S: The Ghost of Mary Burnham (Cyril Frankel : 1968)
Stewart and Annabelle work out of this office (One Great George Street) whilst investigating the Mary Burnham case.
(Identified by Brendan Gardiner, August 2005)

THE CHAMPIONS: Nutcracker (Roy Ward Baker: February 1968)
The Champions are called in to help British Intelligence officer, Duncan who works out of this office (One Great George Street).
(Identified by Brendan Gardiner, August 2005)

THE PERSUADERS!: Read and Destroy (Roy Ward Baker 1971)
Cavendish (Nigel Green) leaves his office building, observed by Heidi (Kate O'Mara) and Ingrid (Magda Konopka)who are waiting at a bus stop.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, February 2010)

Groom Place

 
Photo: Geoff Dodd

DANGER MAN: The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove (Don Chaffey: September 1964)
Establishing shots of Drake's mews at night.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2007)

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened To George Foster? (Don Chaffey: November 1964)
Establishing shot of Drake's Mews.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2007)

DANGER MAN: A Room In The Basement (Don Chaffey: 1964)
Establishing shot of Drake's mews as Susan Turnbull phones John Drake from Switzerland for help..
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2007)

DANGER MAN: Someone is Liable to Get Hurt (Michael Truman: 1965)
Establishing shots of London where Drake is at home trying to relax.

GIDEONíS WAY: The Perfect Crime (Leslie Norman: May 1965)
Michael Spender arrives late at party given by Miss Ann Beaumont for Sir Charles and Lady Eden. Michael Spender and Miss Ann Beaumont awake next morning, but Michael has crime, not breakfast, on his mind.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2007)

Grosvenor Place

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Obono Affair (Peter Sasdy: ???)
St. GeorgeísHospital (The Lanesborough Hotel) where Simon goes to visit President Obono.
(Identified by Tamara Cartwright-Loebl, September 2002)

Grosvenor Road

THE PROTECTORS: The Bodyguards (Don Chaffey: 1972)
Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) goes to meet George at the King William IV pub and finds a small dog waiting form him. The dog takes him across Battersea bridge (the wrong way!) towards a railway station.

Harriet Street

THE SAINT: The Elusive Ellshaw (John Moxey: 1963)
The Saint is in Tambling of St. James looking a 12 bore shotgun for a shooting weekend when Mrs Ellshaw (Ellen McIntosh) rushes out of the shop after seeing Arthur Ellshaw (Philip Latham) in the street. Arthur flags down a taxis, but Ellen is soon after him in another cab.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd and Bob Rocca, July 2008)

Haymarket

GIDEONíS WAY: The Perfect Crime (Leslie Norman: May 1965)
Establishing shot Westminster Abbey (from New Zealand House)
(Identified by Jo-Anne Stuart, August 2007)

THE BARON: Diplomatic Immunity (Leslie Norman: August 1965)
Establishing shot of Trafalgar Square from New Zealand House. David is helping a customer in Manneringís London antique shop.
(Identified by Jo-Anne Stuart, August 2007)

THE SAINT: The Fiction Makers (Roy Baker: May 1966)
After the premier of 'Sunburst Five', Simon Templer drives Finlay Hugoson through London to Finlay's appartment (camera tracks car from London Pavillon Theatre to Piccadilly Odeon).

Horseferry Road

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: You Can Always Find a Fall Guy (Ray Austin: August 1968)
In order to save Jeff, Marty visits a number of London hospitals, including WestminsterHospital (now being demolished).
(Identified by Phil Alder, 2005, confirmed by Tamara Cartwright-Loebl and Jaz Wiseman)

Horse Guards Avenue

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Obono Affair (Peter Sasdy: ???)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) walks to his Jaguar and is about to feed the meter while Colonel Dyson (Jack Hedley) and Obono (Thomas Baptiste) arrive in an Austin Allegro behind him. Templar sees a gunman (Willie Jonah) about to shoot at the men from a phonebox and stops him. Attar a struggle the gunman runs off and Templar's pursuit is obstructed by a coach. Dyson dissuades Templar from calling the police.
(Source: Sam Denham)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: TowerBridge is Falling Down (Leon Griffiths: ???)
Jenny Stewart (Fiona Curzon) is waiting outside by a public telephone to warn Simon if Sir Malcolm Street arrives.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, September 2002)

Horse Guards Parade

STRANGE REPORT - title sequence
Strange (Anthony Quayle) is seen pulling up in his taxi and then looking to cross the road.
(Source: Jaz Wiseman January 2000)

U.F.O.: Destruction (Ken Turner, 1970)
The Navy ship sends a message back rto The Admiralty in code where the alienís agent Sarah Bosanquet is in place to receive it (establishing shots of Horse Guards Parade and The Admiralty).

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Establishing shot - early Sunday morning.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, November 2000)

Horse Guards Road

DANGER MAN: It's Up To The Lady (Michael Truman: ???)
Glover (Robert Urquhart) laves his office, and runs down the steps into a taxi.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

THE PERSUADERS!: Read and Destroy (Roy Ward Baker 1971)
Cavendish (Nigel Green) is confronted by Heidi (Kate O'Mara) and Ingrid
(Magda Konopka) in the back of a black cab.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, February 2010)

Jermyn Street

THE CHAMPIONS: To Trap a Rat (Sam Wanamaker: May 1967)
Establishing shots of The Society Restaurant neon sign as Jane Purcell goes in search of her next fix.

Knightsbridge

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
The Volvo, with Simon and Janice Dixon aboard is being hotly pursued by Swann and Millerís car (Knightsbridge across the junction with Albert Gate).
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, July 2012)

THE SAINT: The Saint Steps In (John Gilling :March/April 1964)
Stock footage of Harrods.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)


Photo: Stephen Carter

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Man from the Dead (Pat Jackson: August 1966)
McGill visits his former colleagues at American Intelligence (Bowater House).
(Identified by: Wyn Roberts May 2000)

Knightsbridge Green

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Castle In The Clouds (Peter Duffell: ??)
McGill (Richard Bradford) takes Magda (Gay Hamilton) to look at fur coats.
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, May 2002)

Lambeth Bridge

JASON KING: An Author in Search of Two Characters (Cyril Frankel: 1970)
Late night in London and Jason King is working in his room.

Lowndes Place


Photo: Geoff Dodd

THE BARON: The High Terrace (Robert Asher: September 1966)
Mannering and Cordila visit Mrs Thornton at The Order of the Seven Stars (Lowndes House) after receiving an invitation from "The Chosen One".
(Identified by Geoff.Dodd, July 2005)

THE SAINT: Double Take (Leslie Norman: April 1969)
Simon Templar arrives in his Volvo and watches as Eugene Patroclos (Gregorie Aslan) leaves his Rolls Royce and enters his London house (Lowndes House).
(Identified by Geoff.Dodd, July 2005)

Lowndes Square


Photo: Stephen Carter

THE SAINT: The Elusive Ellshaw (John Moxey: 1963)
The Saint is in Tambling of St. James looking a 12 bore shotgun for a shooting weekend when Mrs Ellshaw (Ellen McIntosh) rushes out of the shop after seeing Arthur Ellshaw (Philip Latham) in the street. Arthur flags down a taxis, but Ellen is soon after him in another cab.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd and Bob Rocca, July 2008)

THE SAINT: The Time to Die (Roy Baker: April 1968)
Simon takes his Volvo for a spin round London. Just before reaching this street another car starts to follow him.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, September 2000)

Lowndes Street

 
Photo: Wyn Roberts

DANGER MAN: The Sisters (Seth Holt: 1959)
John Drake and Gerda Sandor arrive at the apartment of Professor Lubner, unfortunately, they have been followedÖ
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, 2004)

DANGER MAN: Fair Exchange (Charles Crichton: ??)
After running from the Good Health Shop Elizabeth Lansing (Leila Goldoni) jumps into a taxi and makes her escape.


Photo: Stephen Carter

DEPARTMENT S: The Man in the Elegant Room (Cyril Frankel: April 1968)
Jason tours a number of art dealers hoping to identify the artist who painted the mysterious nude found in the elegant room. Jason drives to the first gallery, he parks his Rolls outside (number 27 - Ackermann & Johnson) and enters.
(Identified by Stephen Carter)


Photo: Stephen Carter

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Nightmare Man (Peter Sasdy: July 1977)
Simon Templar (Ian OgiIvy) and Gayle (Kathryn Leigh Scott) leave the art gallery and Simon has a brainwave after a chance comment by Gayle.

Lyall Street


Photo: Wyn Roberts

DANGER MAN: The Lonely Chair (Charles Frend: 1959)
Jimmyís sports car turns the corner (onto Eaton Square) with Sally Lawrence aboard.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, August 2004)

The Mall

THE SAINT: The Bunco Artists (Peter Yates: 1962)
The Saint's Volvo drives up The Mall from Admiralty Arch.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: Luella (Roy Baker: 1963)
Establishing shot of Buckingham Palace.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

GIDEONíS WAY: State Visit (John Moxey 1964)
A large crowd assembles for the state visit of the German chancellor.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, April 2005)

DANGER MAN: Don't Nail Him Yet (Michael Truman: 1964)
Rawson travels by taxi on his way home.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

GIDEONíS WAY: The State Visit (John Moxey: August 1964)
Crowds gather outside Buckingham Palace to see West German Chancellor.

DANGER MAN:Say It With Flowers (Peter Yates 1965)
John Drake poses as a London taxi driver.

GIDEONíS WAY: The Millionaire's Daughter (Cyril Frankel: April 1965)
Alan Blake (Don Borisenko) and Nina Henderson (Lans Traverse) visit
Buckingham Palace as they see the 'sights' of London
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

THE BARON: The Persuaders (Leslie Norman: October 1965)
London and John Mannering is in his antiques shop wondering where David has got to.

THE PRISONER: Arrival (Don Chaffey: September 1966)
The secret agent (Patrick McGoohan) leaves in his Lotus Seven after resigning and passes Buckingham Palace on his way home.

THE PRISONER: Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (Pat Jackson: August 1967)
On his way home Number 6 drives his Lotus Seven past BuckinghamPalace.

THE AVENGERS: Homicide and Old Lace (John Hough: January 1969)
Operation Rule Britannia is put in place and the treasures of Buckingham Palace are removed.

THE ADVENTURER: To The Lowest Bidder (Val Guest, 1972)
Establishing shot showing the Queen Victoria Memorial and members of the Blues and Royals riding horses up the Mall.
(Identified by Jaz Wiseman, March 2006)

THE ADVENTURER: Skeleton in the Cupboard (Cyril Frankel)
Gene Bradley walks through Admiralty Arch on his way to Mr. Parminterís office
(Identified by Jaz Wiseman, March 2006)

THE PERSUADERS!:That's Me Over There (Leslie Norman November/December 1970)
Danny and Judge Fulton are in the Ferrari, on their way to Brett's apartment. The car approaches the Queen Victoria Memorial from Constitution Hill and as it passes the Palace, Danny enquires about the men on horseback holding up the traffic.
(Spotted by Mike Wilson, June 1992)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Nightmare Man (Peter Sasdy: July 1977)
Establishing shot of the Queen's Guards on The Mall.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Marlborough Road

THE SAINT: Luella (Roy Baker: 1963)
The Saint's Volvo drives past St, James' Palace.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

MillbankTower, Millbank

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Aerial shot of the Thameside buildings.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

THE PERSUADERS!:Someone Like Me (Roy Ward Baker 1971)
Sam Milford's (Bernard Lee) building.

Film:
The Firechasers (Sidney Hayers 1970)

Motcomb Street

 
Photo Sam Denham

DANGER MAN: Fair Exchange (Charles Crichton: ??)
Lisa Lansing (Leila Goldoni) leaves the Good Health shop (on Kinnerton Street); and walks to the corner where she sees Foster (Barry Linehan), who follows her. After losing her pursuer she retraces her steps and finds a cab. Seeing her drive off, Foster follows her in his Sunbeam Alpine. John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) later pursues Foster back towards the shop When Lisa leaves the shop in a taxi, Drake attempts to follow her in Foster's Sunbeam, but Foster and a policeman stop him.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

THE CHAMPIONS: To Trap a Rat (Sam Wanamaker: May 1967)
After getting out the taxi Sharon follows Edwards around a corner. Listening for the bug Sharon has planted on Edward, Craig and Richard follow in their Jaguar.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, January 2010)

New Scotland Yard, Broadway

THE SAINT: When Spring is Sprung (Jim O'Connolly: March 1967)
Simon Templar visits Inspector Teal at New Scotland Yard

STRANGE REPORT: Report 5055 Cult: 'Murder Shrieks Out' (Charles Crichton: September 1968)
Strange goes to New Scotland Yard to speak to Inspector Morrell about the case.

STRANGE REPORT: Report 2475: Revenge 'When a Man Hates' (Charles Crichton, November 1968).
Strange goes to New Scotland Yard to speak to Inspector Jenner about the case.

STRANGE REPORT: Report 4821 - X RAY: 'Who weeps for the doctor' (Charles Crichton: December 1968)
Strange goes to New Scotland Yard to speak to Inspector Franklin about the case.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Never Trust a Ghost (Leslie Norman: December 1968)
Detective Inspector Clayton's office.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, August 2000)

THE PROTECTORS: Talkdown (Jeremy Summers: Winter 1971)
Harry is taken to Scotland Yard to be questioned about the accident at the shooting range.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Nightmare Man (Peter Sasdy: July 1977)
Establishing shot of the building.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Armageddon Alternative (Leslie Norman: ???)
Stock footage of the building's sign.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Palace Steet

THE PROTECTORS: With a Little Help from My Friends (Jeremy Summers: Winter 1971)
One of Kahanís men (Roshen Seth) seated in a Rover watches as The Contessaís Rolls arrives at the Hotel Excelsior. Later he watches from across the street (in front of Asphalte House, number 11) as the President is assassinated.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, October 2004)

Page Street

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: You Can Always Find a Fall Guy (Ray Austin: August 1968)
In order to save Jeff, Marty visits a number of London hospitals including this one (Westminster Hospital).
(Identified by Claire and Michael Saunders, 1996)

Parliament Square

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The White Rabbit (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Establishing shot of Palace of Westminster.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

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

THE AVENGERS: The White Dwarf (Richmond Harding: February 1963)
Establishing shot as a civil servant enters The Ministry of Science Division Of Astronomy (H.M. Treasury building).
(Spotted by Mike Richardson, April 2010)

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Wild Goose Chase (Vernon Sewell: ???)
Sally invites Mary Thomas to join her and her four friends on a motorised treasure hunt which they call a 'Goose Chase'. A clue featuring the Gettysburg Address leads them to Abraham Lincoln's statue in Parliament Square.

DANGER MAN: Yesterday's Enemies (Charles Crichton: 1964)
Establishing shot of the square.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened To George Foster? (Don Chaffey: November 1964)
Arial view of the palace.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

THE AVENGERS: The Master Minds (Peter Graham Scott: December 1964)
Establishing shot of Palace of Westminster as Steed chats with his superiors in the member's bar.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, February 2010)

DANGER MAN: The Battle of The Cameras (Don Chaffey: 1964)
Establishing shot of The Palace of Westminster Alex Boyde is reports to Hobbs at World Travel.

DANGER MAN: A Room In The Basement (Don Chaffey: 1964)
Aerial view of the palace.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Millionaire's Daughter (Cyril Frankel, ??)
Alan Blake (Don Borisenko) and Nina Henderson (Lans Traverse) look at the Churchill Statue.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

THE SAINT: The Imprudent Politician (John Moxey July 1964)
Tim Burton (Jererny Burnharn) arrives by taxi.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

DANGER MAN: Don't Nail Him Yet (Michael Truman: 1964)
A taxi pulls away.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

DANGER MAN: Yesterday's Enemies (Charles Crichton:1964)
Establishing shot of the square.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

THE SAINT: The Miracle Tea Party (Roger Moore: 1965)
Simon Templar and Aunt Hattie drive by Parliament on the way to Waterloo.

DANGER MAN: Someone is Liable to Get Hurt (Michael Truman: 1965)
Establishing shots of London where Drake is at home trying to relax.

DANGER MAN: The Hunting Party (Pat Jackson: 1965)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives in his MG at the Palace of Westminster. He parks the car and walks in to interview Lord Gandon.

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Aerial shot of the Thameside buildings.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

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 Palace of Westminster).
(Spotted by Mike Richardson,  March 2012)

THE BARON: Farewell to Yesterday (Leslie Norman: September 1965)
Establishing shot of The Palace of Westminster.

THE BARON: The Persuaders (Leslie Norman: October 1965)
London and John Mannering is in his antiques shop wondering where David has got to.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Bridge (Pat Jackson: ??)
It is early morning in London and one can see the palace of Westminster.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Man from the Dead (Pat Jackson: August 1966)
McGill is in London when news of his form boss starts to appear is published.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Fanatics (John Gilling 1967)
Craig Sterling (Stuart Damon), Richard Barratt (William Gaunt) and Sharron Macready (Alexandra Bastedo) arrive to try to stop a woman fanatic from finding and killing Tremayne (Anthony Nicolls) inside the Houses of Parliament.

THE SAINT: A Double in Diamonds (John Gilling: February/March 1967)
Establishing shot of The Palace of Westminster - Simon Templar is in London having a set of cufflinks copied.

THE PRISONER: Opening credits
Number Six (Patrick McGoohan) drives by the Houses of Parliament.

THE PRISONER: Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (Pat Jackson: August 1967)
Number 6 drives his Lotus Seven past the Palace of Westminster on his way to his old office.

THE PRISONER: Fall Out (Patrick McGoohan: December 1967)
Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) and the Butler (Angelo Muscat) follow the Australian Number 2 (Leo McKern) to the Houses of Parliament. Number 6 has to explain to a policeman what they are doing there. Later Number 6 drives past the Palace of Westminster on his way out of London.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Could You Recognise the Man Again? (Jeremy Summers: Spring 1969)
The Palace of Westminster Seen in silhouette to establish early morning in London.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

DEPARTMENT S: The Ghost of Mary Burnham (Cyril Frankel : ??)
Establishing shots London.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Trouble With Women (Cyril Frankel: October 1968)
It's early in the morning and Jeff has had a successful night at Alan Corder's cambling club (establishing shot of Place of Westminster from Victoria Embankment).
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Case for The Bishop (Alan Perry: Autumn 1968)
Establishing shot of London.

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Question of Miracles (Leo Eaton: Autumn 1968)
Establishing shot of London.

THE SECRET SERVICE: To Catch a Spy (Brian Heard: Autumn 1968)
Establishing shot of London.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Never Trust a Ghost (Leslie Norman: December 1968)
Marty roams the streets of London at night alone (establishing shot of Parliament Square).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: When the Spirit Moves You (Ray Austin: December 1968)
Miklos Corri is holding Jeff captive in Jeff's bank (shot of Parliament Square to establish nightime London).

DEPARTMENT S: Spencer Bodily is Sixty Years Old (Leslie Norman: 1969)
Jason and Sulivan meet with Gene and Martin in Seretsís office.

DEPARTMENT S: Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: March 1969)
Establishing shot as Sir Curtis goes to see Henry Smith.

DEPARTMENT S: A Small War of Nerves (Leslie Norman: 1969)
Establishing shot of the Palace of Westminster at night as Sir Curtis is in the Departmentís London office.

THE PROTECTORS: The Numbers Game (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Harry Rule arrives back in London (establishing shot of Place of Westminster reversed).
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, June 2009)

THE PROTECTORS: Balance of Terror (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Harry and the Contessa drive the yellow MGB past Westminster Abbey on their way to the Conference centre.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, April 2009)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Establishing shot of the Palace of Westminster - early Sunday morning.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, November 2000)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Nightmare Man (Peter Sasdy: July 1977)
Simon Templar (Ian OgiIvy) and Gayle (Kathryn Leigh Scott) stop to take photographs. A few days later Templar returns to the square and almost meets Gunther (Joss Ackland) who paces the area and makes a phone call. Templar and Canfield (Norman Eshley) meet in the square and Canfeld calls Harrison, Jackson, Rogers and Dalby (Stanley Lebor). The Ambassador's landau with Di Vallesi (John Bailey) and his wife (Juliette James) aboard turns into the Square. After a warning from Gayle, Canfield is shot and Templar runs across the road into the Palace yard. After a gunfight in the bell tower Gunther is killed by the chimes of Big Ben.

Pont Street

THE SAINT: The Elusive Ellshaw (John Moxey: 1963)
Mrs Florence Ellshaw continues to follow Mr Arthur Ellshaw in her cab, but she is held up at some traffic lights.
(Identified by Sam Denham, July 2008)

Prince Consort Road

THE ADVENTURER: Going, Going... (Val Guest 1972)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) waits for Professor Lynsky (Norman Ettlinger). Later Lynsky arrives by taxi and meets Taiho (Burt Kwouk). Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) arrives in a different taxi and gets the Professor away from Taiho.
(Source: Jaz Wiseman March 2000)

Film:
The Ipcress File (Harry Saltzman 1966)

Princes Gate Mews


Photo: Jaz Wiseman

THE ADVENTURER: Mr Calloway is a Very Cautious Man (Barry Morse)
Inspector Tribe (Victor Lucas) arrives at Gene Bradley's home to question him about the packing crate bearing his name at London Docks packed with rifles and destined for Mozambique. Later Russell (David Hargreaves) and Soames (Anthony Rowlands) return Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) to his home.
(Source: Jaz Wiseman March 2000)

THE ADVENTURER: Return to Sender (Cyril Frankel)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) and Mr Parmiter (Barry Morse) leave the front entrance of Gene's home as he prepares to fly to the south of France.
(Source: Jaz Wiseman March 2000)

THE ADVENTURER: The Not-So-Merry Widow (Cyril Frankel)
Establishing shot of Gene Bradleyís home.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2005)

THE ADVENTURER: Full Fathom Five (Val Guest: ??)
Establishing shot of Gene Bradleyís home.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

Queen Anne's Gate

THE PERSUADERS!
Brett Sinclair's apartment. This is situated at 15 Queen Anne's Gate, SW1 and can be seen in most episodes. (although in the series the building is numbered number 53).
(Jaz Wiseman and Mike Wilson April 1994)

Regent Street

THE SAINT: The Fiction Makers (Roy Baker: May 1966)
After the premier of 'Sunburst Five', Simon Templer drives Finlay Hugoson through London to Finlay's appartment (p.o.v. from inside car passing Criterion Theatre into Piccadilly Circus).

Roland Gardens

THE SAINT: The Elusive Ellshaw (John Moxey: 1963)
Arthur Ellshaw (Philip Latham) arrives at Duchess Street in a cab. His wife, Mrs Florence Ellshaw (Ellen McIntosh), arrives soon after him in her cab.
(Identified by Alan Field, April 2009)

Saint Jamesís Park

DANGER MAN: To Our Best Friend (Patrick McGoohan: 1965)
John Drake goes to Saint Jamesís Park to make contact with his superior with the aid of a row of adjacent telephone boxes.

THE BARON: The Persuaders (Leslie Norman: October 1965)
London and John Mannering is in his antiques shop wondering where David has got to.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Burden of Proof (Peter Duffell: ??)
Faversham and Grainger meet in Saint James's Park.
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd, August 2011)

Saint Jamesí Street

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Tower Bridge is Falling Down (Leon Griffiths: ???)
Ray Dennis (John Woodvine) and Inspector Ashton (Stanley Meadows) watch from a parked car as Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) enters his bank.

Scotland Yard

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Man In Disguise (Quentin Lawrence and Peter Maxwell:1959)
Establishing shot of Scotland Yard.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Blind Justice (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Establishing shot of Scotland Yard.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

Sloane Square

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 Wyn Roberts, July 2000)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Perfect Crime (Leslie Norman: May 1965)
The police interview taxi drivers to find the one that drove Sandra Casey.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2009)


Photo: Stephen Carter

THE BARON: The Killing (Cyril Frankel: February 1966)
Martin drives the ambulance with Cordelia aboard into position. Later Selina drives across town to meet up with the gang at The Crown Treasury.


Photo: Stephen Carter

Sloane Street

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Skeleton in the Cupboard (Roy Baker: ???)
Jenifer Corder (Sally Smith) is shopping in town when a dog in a pet shop window catches her eye, she turns to look back at the shop once she has passed it (Herbert Mansions, at the juction of Sloan Street and Hans Crescent).
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2011)

THE SAINT: The Elusive Ellshaw (John Moxey: 1963)
The Saint is in Tambling of St. James looking a 12 bore shotgun for a shooting weekend when Mrs Ellshaw (Ellen McIntosh) rushes out of the shop after seeing Arthur Ellshaw (Philip Latham) in the street. Arthur flags down a taxis, but Ellen is soon after him in another cab.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd and Bob Rocca, July 2008)


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MAN IN A SUITCASE: Castle In The Clouds (Peter Duffell: ??)
McGill (Richard Bradford) buys some flowers for Magda. He catches a taxi (near the Millennium Hotel) but is followed by the two punks.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, June 2001)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Nightmare Man (Peter Sasdy: July 1977)
The assassin, Jan Gunther, is staying in a room at the Cadogan Hotel (75 Sloane Street) overlooking Cadogan Place.

Spring Gardens

THE ADVENTURER: Skeleton in the Cupboard (Cyril Frankel)
Gene Bradley arrives at Mr. Parminterís office.
(Identified by Jaz Wiseman, March 2006)

Stable Yard Road

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Web with Four Spiders (Robert Tronson: January 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) watches the guards go by before attempting to confront Simon Croft as he leaves Lancaster House. He tries to take the photographs from Croft (Simon Oates) but is prevented by the chauffer, Frederick (Edward Evans). McGill is bundled in to the car and driven away.

Stag Place

THE PRISONER
In the title sequence of most episodes the secret agent look out of his window at the nearby office block before collapsing.

THE PRISONER:Many Happy Returns (Joseph Serf: February/April 1967)
Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) walks home past the statue of a stag after his escape from the village.

Suffolk Street

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Play To Kill (Robert Westerby: 1958)
Peter Brady (Tim Turner) pulls up outside the stage door (of the Haymarket Theatre) in his Austin Healey, and enters the theatre. He later dashes out to get his invisible clothes. After visiting the theatre, the Colonel crosses to a car on the corner and is shot as it drives off.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: Iris (John Gilling: 1963)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) arrives at the stage door of the Warwick Theatre on Suffolk Street in his Volvo and waits for Mary Hardy (April Wilding). As he drives away with her, Suffolk Street and Pall Mall are seen on back projection.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

The Tate Gallery

GIDEONíS WAY: The Millionaire's Daughter (Cyril Frankel, ??)
Alan Blake (Don Borisenko) and Nina Henderson (Lans Traverse) visit the gallery to view an exhibition.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

Tothill Street

DEPARTMENT S: The Perfect Operation (Cyril Frankel: February 1969)
Stewart and Sir Curtis drive to visit Henry Smith, in Sir Curtisí Rolls Royce (Tothill Street/Victoria Street opposite Dean's Yard).
(Identified by ďGazzaĒ of the Britmovie Forum, January 4th 2009)

Victoria Railway Station

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Blind Justice (Pennington Richards: 1958)
The Invisible Man follows Sandy Mason from a bus as he boards a taxi in front of the station.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

GIDEONíS WAYTo Catch A Tiger (Les Norman, 1965)
Jane Kennet (Delphi Lawrence) walks through the station. Later Jane Kennet (Delphi Lawrence) is apprehended by police as she attempts to catch The Golden Arrow (the FlŤche d'Or) to Paris from platform 8.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, April 2005)

THE SAINT: Flight Plan (Roy Baker: August/September 1966)
Simon Templar returns to London just in time to whiteness a nun's attempt to kidnap Diane Gregory.

THE SAINT: The Persistent Patriots (Roy Baker: October 1966)
Simon Templar collects Mary Bannerman's valuables from Victoria Station left luggage office.

THE SAINT: When Spring is Sprung (Jim O'Connolly: March 1967)
The hearse with Spring aboard arrives at Victoria station, but Templar is not far behind.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Signal Stop (Ray Austin: ???)
Simon Templar and Janie Lennox (Ciaran Madden) are interviewed by two policeman about the incident seen from the train. Templar and Janie return to catch a train after the mystery has been solved.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Victoria Street

GIDEONíS WAY: The State Visit (John Moxey: August 1964)
Police cars patrol the street looking for Fischer as well as dropping of descriptions to constables on the beat.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2009)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Wall (Leslie Norman, January 1965)
Netta Penn is having a hard day at work after the disappearance of her husband.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2009)

GIDEON'S WAY: Subway to Revenge (Roy Baker: January 1965)
A police car is touring London handing out photo-fits of John Stewart.
(Identified by Alan Field, November 2009)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Thin Red Line (Cyril Frankel: March 1965)
Robbie McGreggor arrives at the apartment of his grandfather, General Sir Hector McGreggor (Artillery Mansions, 75 Victoria Street), to escort him to the regimental dinner, but Commander Gideon arrives to act as escort.

THE BARON: Roundabout (Robert Tronson: August 1966)
John Mannering is in London.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, August 2000)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Armageddon Alternative (Leslie Norman: 1978)
The Saint's Jaguar drives along the Street. Later Fred drives along the Street in his Morris 1100. Later still The Saint's Jaguar drives along the Street.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Victoria Embankment

STRANGE REPORT - title sequence
Evelyn is on the embankment looking at artist's paintings (this is on the stretch between Richmond Avenue and Horse Guards Avenue).
(Source: Jaz Wiseman, January 2000)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Just For the Record (Jeremy Summers: ??)
Pargiter's plans involve stealing documents from the public Records Office, Somerset House.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Nightmare Man (Peter Sasdy: July 1977)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) stops his Jaguar to buy a newspaper, which he shows to Gayle (Kathryn Leigh Scott).
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

West Halkin Street

 
Photos: Wyn Roberts

DANGER MAN: Fair Exchange (Charles Crichton: 1964)
Foster (Barry Linehan) follows Lisa Lansing (Leila Goldoni) after see spots him waiting for her. At a nearby corner (West Halkin Street and Halkin Place) she hides in a basement forecourt. Once the coast is claer John Drake take Elisabeth for lunch in his mini. On the way they stop at this set of lights. Later Pieter and John Drake race around an East Berlin street corner (corner of Lowndes Sreet and West Halkin Street) in order to stop Elizabeth.
(Identifiedd by Sam Denham, additional material Wyn Roberts, 2004)

THE BARON: The Killing (Cyril Frankel: February 1966)
After receiving the call from Selina, Martin drives the ambulance to The Crown Treasury.

Westminster Abbey

GIDEONíS WAY: The State Visit (John Moxey: August 1964)
Crowds gather outside Westminster Abbey to see West German Chancellor.

Westminster Bridge

DANGER MAN: The Gallows Tree (Michael Truman: 1959)
Establishing shot of London at night.

DANGER MAN: Name, Date and Place (Charles Frend: 1959)
Establishing shot of the Palace of Westminster and WestminsterBridge at night.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: The Lawless Lady (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
Establishing shot of the Palace of Westminster and WestminsterBridge.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: The Scorpion (Roy Baker: December 1963)
Establishing shot of the Palace and Bridge.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

DANGER MAN: The Battle of The Cameras (Don Chaffey: 1964)
Establishing shot of Westminster Bridge in the rain as Alex Boyde is reports to Hobbs at World Travel.

DANGER MAN: Are You Going to be More Permanent? (Don Chaffey: 1964)
John Drake is takes a taxi to the offices of ĎThe Colonelí, M9, to be told the ďThe Geneva Caseí has taken another twist.

DANGER MAN:Say It With Flowers (Peter Yates 1965)
John Drake poses as a London taxi driver.

THE SAINT: The Imprudent Politician (John Moxey July 1964)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) visits Christopher and Janet Waites (Anthony
Bate and Jennifer Wright)
at the Houses of Parliament.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman: July 2000)

THE AVENGERS: Dial a Deadly Number (Don Leaver: January 1965)
In the back of a taxi (travelling from Whitehall and across Westminster Bridge) John Steed is amazed by Emma Peelís pallet as they share a bottle of wine.

THE BARON: The Persuaders (Leslie Norman: October 1965)
London late at night and an unexpected delivery arrives at Manneringís Antiques

THE BARON: There's Someone Close Behind You (Roy Baker: December 1965)
Late at night in London, Frank Oddy waits to make a telephone call to John Mannering.

THE BARON: The High Terrace (Robert Asher: September 1966)
Establishing shot at the beginning of the episode.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman: January 2000)

THE SAINT: Paper Chase (Leslie Norman August 1966)
London, 5 a.m. and Simon Templar (Roger Moore) is returning from a party. He notices two men, Metz (Gordon Gostelow) and retrieves Eric Redman.(Ronald Hines) arguing. Redman drops a piece of paper and Templer retrieves it. Redman is so eager to get the paper back that he draws the attention of a passing policeman (Paul Williamson).
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman: July 2000)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Man from the Dead (Pat Jackson: August 1966)
A Russian agent stationed by WestminsterBridge sees Rachel Tyson leave her house

THE SAINT: The Persistent Patriots (Roy Baker: October 1966)
Prime Minster Jack Liskard is in London negotiating independence for his country.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Bridge (Pat Jackson: ??)
McGill races across WestminsterBridge in his Hillman to find Tim.

THE PRISONER: Title Sequence (most episodes)
The secret agent is seen driving his Lotus Seven across the bridge towards the Palace of Westminster.

THE SAINT: When Spring is Sprung (Jim O'Connolly: March 1967)
Establishing shot for Simon Templar's return to London.

THE PRISONER: Fall Out (Patrick McGoohan: December 1967)
Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) and Butler (Angelo Muscat) run for a bus that is just leaving its stop on WestminsterBridge.

DANGER MAN: The Lonely Chair (Charles Frend: ??)
Drake goes to see Hardy late night in London.

THE CHAMPIONS: Nutcracker (Roy Ward Baker: February 1968)
The Champions break into Duncan's office near WestminsterBridge.

THE SECRET SERVICE: Last Train to Bufflerís Halt (Alan Perry: Autumn 1968)
Father Unwin (Stanley Unwin) drives his Model T Ford, Gabriel, through London on his way for a rare meeting with The Bishop.

THE SECRET SERVICE: May-Day, May-Day! (Alan Perry: Autumn 1968)
Father Unwin (Stanley Unwin) drives his Model T Ford, Gabriel, through London to join the kingís retinue.

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Traffic crosses WestminsterBridge on the night of the air raid, September 12th 1940.

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train To Redbridge (John Gilling: December 1968)
Establishing shot of ďLondon November 22ndĒ.

DEPARTMENT S: Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: March 1969)
Establishing shot of the Palace of Westminster as Sir Curtis goes to see Henry Smith.

DEPARTMENT S: The Man From 'X' (Gil Taylor: January/February 1969)
London, late at night, and to lovers find a quiet corner to park their Mini for a kiss.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Vendetta for a Dead Man (Cyril Frankel: Autumn 1968)
A police car races across the bridge to Jeff's flat after he reports Jansen's visit.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Ghost Who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo (Jeremy Summers: 1968)
Establishing shot of London.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, August 2001)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Whoever Heard of a Ghost Dying? (Ray Austin: Late 1968)
Establishing footage of London before we see the Randall and Hopkirk office.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The House on Haunted Hill (Ray Austin: Summer 1969)
Establishing footage of London before we see the Randall and Hopkirk office.

THE ADVENTURER: Opening credits
From his helicopter, we see the Adventurer's (Gene Barry) view of the bridge and the Houses of Parliament.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2000)

THE PROTECTORS: Blockbuster (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Bailey drives his yellow Lotus across WestminsterBridge into Parliament Square to pick up his hoard of platinum.

THE PROTECTORS: A Kind of Wild Justice (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) drives the yellow MGB over WestminsterBridge
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Armageddon Alternative (Leslie Norman: ???)
The third bomb is detonated on a pontoon next to the Bridge.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Film:
Crossplot (Robert S. Baker 1969)

Whitehall

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Man In Disguise (Quentin Lawrence and Peter Maxwell:1959)
Disguised as the Invisible Man, Sargeant Day leaves Scotland Yard and crosses Whitehall. He passes an ambulance, which pursues him and knocks him over (in King Charles Street).
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE SAINT: The Noble Sportsman (Peter Yates: 1963)
London at night and Simon Templar is going to search the flat of Paul Farley.

DANGER MAN: It's Up To The Lady (Michael Truman: ???)
Glover (Robert Urquhart) crosses to his office followed by a plainclothesman (John Bryans).
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened To George Foster? (Don Chaffey: November 1964)
Establishing shot of the Thoroughfare.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

THE AVENGERS: Dial a Deadly Number (Don Leaver: January 1965)
In the back of a taxi (travelling from Trafalgar Square down Whitehall) John Steed and Emma Peel share a bottle of wine.

GIDEONíS WAY: The State Visit (John Moxey: August 1964)
Stands are being set up for the West German Chancellorís visit to parliament.

DANGER MAN: The Man With The Foot (Jeremy Summers: 1966)
John Drake telephones Derringham from Spain to find out if M9 is checking up on him.

THE BARON: The Edge of Fear (Quentin Lawrence: May 1966)
Mannering is summoned to the foreign office after he complains about his telephone being bugged.

THE BARON: You Can't Win Them All (Don Chaffey: March 1966)
Mannering drives his Jensen to Waterloo Station to meet Cordelia and open a safe deposit box.

THE SAINT: The Man Who Liked Toys (John Gilling :June 1964)
Establishing shot of New Scotland Yard.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

THE SAINT: When Spring is Sprung (Jim O'Connolly: March 1967)
Simon Templar phones Colonel Hannerly's office in the Foreign Office.

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0846 Ė Lonelyhearts 'Who killed Dan cupid? ' (Peter Duffell, February/March 1969)
Adam Strange goes to see Mark Harper at the Ministry of Defence.

DEPARTMENT S: The Bones of Byrom Blain (Paul Dickson: 1968)
Jason goes to see Byron Blaimís chauffer at the Whitehall garage 

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Case for The Bishop (Alan Perry: Autumn 1968)
Establishing shot of Horse Guards, where B.I.S.H.O.P. is based.

THE SECRET SERVICE: The Feathered Spies (Ian Spurrier: Autumn 1968)
Establishing shot of Horse Guards, where B.I.S.H.O.P. is based.

THE SECRET SERVICE: Last Train to Bufflerís Halt (Alan Perry: Autumn 1968)
Father Unwin and Matthew make a rare trip to London to meet The Bishop in person.

THE SECRET SERVICE: School for Spies (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
Establishing shot of Horse Guards, where B.I.S.H.O.P. is based.

DEPARTMENT S: Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: March 1969)
Gerald, the chauffer waits for Anthony James Harvey outside the Foreign Office, on Downing Street, in a limousine. Later Sir Curtis goes to the Foreign Office to see Henry Smith.

DEPARTMENT S: The Man in the Elegant Room (Cyril Frankel: April 1968)
Jason tours a number of art dealers hoping to identify the artist who painted the mysterious nude found in the elegant room. Jason drives to first gallery.

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Eve (Robert Stevens: 1968)
Albert Baker (Dennis Waterman) steals the mannequin, Eve, from the department store and carries her across London. They board a bus on Whitehall.

DEPARTMENT S: The Perfect Operation (Cyril Frankel: February 1969)
Stewart and Sir Curtis drive to visit , Henry Smith, in Sir Curtisí Rolls Royce.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Could You Recognise the Man Again? (Jeremy Summers: April 1969)
Jeff and Jeane race through London in order to get to the court in time fro Jeff to give his wintess statement (back projection).

THE PERSUADERS!:The Time and The Place (Roger Moore 1971)
Brett and Danny leaving 10 Downing Street. They enter Whitehall and proceed towards Parliament Square.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman and Mike Wilson, June 1992)

THE PERSUADERS!: Chain of Events (Peter Hunt: October 1970)
A meeting takes place between Beecham-Bennett (Morris Perry), Carlton (Jeremy Child) and Britten (George Baker) in an a row of offices that overlook the Cenotaph
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman and Mike Wilson, June 1992)

THE PROTECTORS: A Kind of Wild Justice (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) drives the yellow MGB down Whitehall.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

THE PROTECTORS: One and One Makes One (Don Chaffey: 1972)
Harry Rule collects The Contessa in his Jensen Interceptor and drives her down Whitehall on the way back to his flat (they drive along the road in both directions).
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Debt Collectors (Leslie Norman: 1978)
Jeffrey Conaught goes to see Sir Charles.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Yesterday's Hero (Roy Ward Baker: 1978)
Establishing shot of the Ministry of Defence.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Collision Course (Cyril Frankel: 1978)
Establishing shot of the Street.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: TowerBridge is Falling Down (Leon Griffiths: ???)
Sammy (Alfie Bass) and Ray Dennis (John Woodvine) follow Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) to Sir Malcolm Streetís office (looking north towards South Africa House and St Martin-in-the-Fields, then south towards Big Ben).
(Identified by Stephen Carter, September 2002)

THE PROFESSIONALS: Lawsonís Last Stand (Ian Sharp: 1981)
Tug Willis (John Hallam) gives a package to a passing pedestrian (Max Harvey) and orders him at gunpoint to give it to a nearby police officer.

Whitehall Court


photo: Geoff Dodd

GIDEONíS WAY: How to Retire Without Really Working (George Pollock: November/December 1964)
Later that night the Greshams arrive at the docks and realize that they have been duped (Whitehall Court and Charring Cross Station seen from across the river).

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Bridge (Pat Jackson: ??)
Lord Gormond phones McGill at his flat (Royal Horseguards Hotel ) early one morning. McGill gets into his Hillman and drives to save Gormond's son.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, June 2001)

William Street

 
Photo: Stephen Carter

THE SAINT: The Time to Die (Roy Baker: April 1968)
Simon takes his Volvo for a spin round London and parks here. As he gets out of his Volvo he is nearly knocked down by the driver of a car that has been following him.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, September 2000)

Wilton Crescent

THE BARON: The Killing (Cyril Frankel: February 1966)
Selina Travis prepares the gang's London flat (No.33) with Frank Martin. Later Martin leaves with Cordelia and holds her hostage in an ambulance. They leave for a pre-arranged destination and later John Mannering and Morgan Travis leave in a Jansen for The Crown Treasury.

THE BARON: The Edge of Fear (???)
Mannering and Cordellia spend the evening at a party held by Lord Mountford. As they leave they are followed round this crescent.

THE AVENGERS: False Witness (Charles Crichton: June 1968)
Lord Edgefield (William Job) arrives for his meeting with Mother (No.33). Later Tara (Linda Thorson) watches Lane make the dellivery to the home of Sir Joseph Tarlton then follows his milkfloat in her Lotus Europa (off Matcomb Street into Wilton Crescent).  Later Tara chases after a milk float on foot after seeing it pull away from Steedís mews flat.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts May 2000)

Wilton Mews

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Money to Burn (Ray Austin: January 1969)
Elizabeth Saxon, Jeff's lawyer follows Kevin O'Malley in her car and sees him park up near the Club 70 (just off Wilton Street). She parks her Triumph opposite (on Wilton Street) and watches where him get out of the car.

Wilton Place

THE AVENGERS: False Witness (Charles Crichton: June 1968)
As Tara follows the milk float from Plummer's apartmentin her Lotus Europa, the mikman, Lane (Rio Fanning), gets a message to make a special delivery to the home of Sir Joseph Tarlton.
(Identified by Mike Richardson, August 2012)

Wilton Street

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Money to Burn (Ray Austin: January 1969)
Elizabeth Saxon, Jeff's lawyer, has seen Kevin O'Malley leave the police station and decides to follow him in her Triumph.

 

 

SW3

Albert Bridge

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Death Cell (Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Dr.Trevor's Jaguar pulls up at traffic lights. Ellen Summers (Lana Morris) runs from the car towards a policeman on point duty.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Bridge (Pat Jackson: ??)
Tim Gormond (Rodney Bewes) climbs the bridge. McGill (Richard Bradford) arrives in his Hillman and climbs after him. Tim falls into the Thames and McGill dives in to rescue him. Later Annabelle Fenchurch (Jane Merrow) tells the tale of how she, Le Strange (Simon Williams) and Rossiter (Peter Birrel) watched as Danny Martin (Michael Culver) fell to his death. Lord Gormond (Bill Owen) and Sir Walter Fenchurch (Anthony Nicholls) arrive to pick up their respective children.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
After picking up McGill, the police car heads south over AlbertBridge.
(Spotted by Alan Leventhall, September 1994)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Somewhere In A Crowd (Alan Gibson: 1968)
William Searle (David Hedison) and Marielle (Jane Asher) meet at the bridge and walk the Chelsea embankment together.

Battersea Bridge

    
photos: Alan Field

THE AVENGERS: Girl on a Trapeze (Don Leaver, February 1961)
London at night. Dr. Keel (Ian Hendry) runs to lend his assistance when a policeman spots a body floating in the Thames.
(Suggested by Mike Saunders and confirmed by Alan Field, December 2007)


Photo: Stephen Carter

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Man from Nowhere (Robert Tronson: January 1969)
The so-called "Marty" takes Jean out for the evening.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, July 2001)

Beauchamp Place


Photo: Wyn Roberts

THE PROTECTORS: Vocal (Cyril Frankel: 1972)
Whilst out shopping The Contessa leaves a dress shop (No.17, now Paddy Cambell) and receives a phone call in her car purporting to be from Harry Rule.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, September 2004)

Beaufort Gardens


Photo: Stephen Carter

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Armageddon Alternative (Leslie Norman: 1978)
Fred (George Cole) drives his Morris along Brompton Road towards the multi storey car park to plant his bomb. He then phones the police from a nearby telephone box.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2002)

Bramerton Street

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Somewhere In A Crowd (Alan Gibson: 1968)
William Searle (David Hedison) follows one of the mysterious watchers (Jane Asher).

Brompton Road

THE SAINT: The Saint Steps In (John Gilling :March/April 1964)|
Stock footage of Harrods. Simon Templar drives Miss Grey back to her hotel after she is nearly kidnapped by fake detectives.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Carlyle Square


Photo: Alan Field

GIDEONíS WAY: The Prowler (Robert Tronson: March 1965)
Alan Campbell-Gore (Davis Collings) stumbles through Winfield Square and enters the house where his dead fiancť used to live (nos. 29 and 30 Carlyle Square).
(Spotted by Alan Field, August 2007)

Chelsea Embankment

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Death Cell (Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Dr.Trevor's Jaguar speeds away from Ellen Summer's apartment (Chelsea Embankment/Grosvenor Road).
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Wild Goose Chase (Vernon Sewell: ???)
Sally invites Mary Thomas to join her and her four friends on a motorised treasure hunt which they call a 'Goose Chase'. They start with a clue featuring the Gettysburg Address (after passing the Albert Bridge).
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd, October 2013)

Cheyne Row

GIDEONíS WAY: The Nightlifers (John Moxey: November 1964)
Peter Sloan (Anton Rogers), Sue Young (Annete Andre), Tim Coles (Peter Fowlds) and Alison Clifton (Pauline Monroe) arrive at a Timís parentís home (number 22) in Sloanís Bentley to drop Tim off.
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Somewhere In A Crowd (Alan Gibson: 1968)
William Searle (David Hedison) follows one of the mysterious watchers, Marielle (Jane Asher) to a street corner. She confronts his and he introduces himself. She accepts his offer of a meal.

Cheyne Walk

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Death Cell (Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Dee's car pulls up outside Ellen Summers' flat. Dee (Lisa Daniely) and Ellen (Lana Morris) get out of the car followed by The Invisible Man. The Invisible Man leaves the apartment to see Dee walking towards him.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)


Photo: Stephen Carter

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Jigsaw Man (Charles Frend: February/March 1967)
Silvio finds refuge in an artist's studio on this street.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, September 2000)


Photo: Stephen Carter

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Just For the Record (Jeremy Summers: ??)
With Marty (Kenneth Cope) on the roof of Jeff's car, Jeff and Marty keep pace with Pargiter's boat as it travels along the river (Cheyne Walk/Chelsea Embankment near AlbertBridge).
(Identified by John Holburn and Stephen Carter, September 2000)


Photo: Sam Denham

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: You Can Always Find a Fall Guy (Ray Austin 1968)
Jeff arrives in his Vauxhall at the houseboat of Douglas Kershaw.

Cranmer Court

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: But What a Sweet Little Room (Roy Ward Baker: Summer 1968)
Arthur de Crecy's apartment, ĎSpring Bank Houseí.
(Identified by ĎGypsyí on the Britmovie Forum, October 2008)

Glebe Place


photo: Alan Hayes

THE AVENGERS: Hot Snow (Don Leaver, January 1961)
Spicer (Godfrey Quigley), a drug dealer, climbs over back gate of Dr. David Keelís surgery , to deliver a package of Ďhot snowí.
(Identified by Peter Astaire, May 2009)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Arrangement (Peter Medek: 1977)
Otis (Gregory Munroe) drops a package off at No. 25, the home of Sarahís sister, Aileen (Jane Hayden).
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

Godfrey Street

SABER OF LONDON: The Penny Black (Max Varnel: 1957)
Mark Saber arrives at the Roberts' stamp shop (12 Godfrey Street) in Pete's Vauxhall Victor to interview Mrs. Roberts.
(Identified by Peter Astaire, April 2012)

King's Road


Photo: Alan Field

GIDEONíS WAY: The Nightlifers (John Moxey: November 1964)
Sloan decides to beat up Elspeth McCrae to teach her a lesson. Sloanís gang drive in the Bentley to find a phone box near her flat. They are followed by plane clothes policemen (Kings Road crossing the junction with Old Church Street, heading west).
(Identied by Alan Field, March 2010)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Prowler (Robert Tronson: March 1965)
Alan Campbell-Gore (Davis Collings) stumbles into Winfield Square (Carlyle Square).
(Spotted by Alan Field, August 2007)

THE SAINT: Portrait of Brenda (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Simon Templar drives along the King's Road on his way to see Alan Williams.
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, May 2002)

DEPARTMENT S: Death on Reflection (Ray Austin: 1968)
Sullivan goes to see Gresford at his shop (229 Kingís Road) under the pretext of discussing a painting.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, 2006)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Somewhere In A Crowd (Alan Gibson: 1968)
William Searle (David Hedison) is walking down a Chelsea street (junction with Bramerton Street) looking for fruit and curios when he notices one of the mysterious watchers (Jane Asher) through a shop window. She sees him and leaves. He follows.

Lennox Gardens

DEPARTMENT S: Six Days(Cyril Frankel: July 1968)
Annabelle and Jason wait outside Howard Walshamís flat (No.38) in Jasonís Bentley. Annabelle goes to search flat after Walsham leaves with Durrres. After Annabelle leaves, Jason tries his own method of obtaining information. Whist Jason is wooing Janet Walsham, Howard Walsham arrives and sees Annabelle watching the flat and drives on.
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2010)

Lennox Gardens

DEPARTMENT S: Six Days(Cyril Frankel: July 1968)
After seeing Annabelle watching his flat, Howard Walsham drives around the block and enters by a back way (No, 34). Later, Annabelle and Jason stake out Sir Charles Halletís (Tony Steadman) flat (No, 19). in Jasonís red jaguar. They watch as he gets into a taxi and follow in Jasonís Bentley.
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2010)

Markham Square

THE AVENGERS: Tunnel of Fear (Guy Verney, August 1961)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) exits Keelís surgery with Puppy (Juno) and Harry Black. Puppy is spooked by some children playing and Steed instinctively goes after the back. Harry takes advantage of the situation and commandeers Steedís Rolls Royce, driving off into the distance (towards Kingís Road).
(Identified by Alan Hayes, November 2016)

Paultons Street

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Somewhere In A Crowd (Alan Gibson: 1968)
After a week together William Searle drops Marielle off at a Chelsea street corner (Paultons Street/Danvers Street/Paultons Square).

Saint Lukeís Hall, Saint Lukeís Street


Photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) leaves Saint Lukeís Hall to have a look round leaving Rufus Blake to enjoy the concert.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, May 2008)

Sloane Avenue

THE SAINT: The Set-Up (Roy Baker: October 1964)
After an unsuccessful attempt on his life Simon Templar follows the assassin to Pelman Court. He enters and finds a name he recognises, ďT.GoldmanĒ residing in Flat 5d. Simon takes Nilder in his Volvo.from Texís flat just before Tex and the other gang members arrive (Whitehead Grove to Sloane Avenue). The police are soon on the scene in force.

Stackhouse Street


Photo: Stephen Carter

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Armageddon Alternative (Leslie Norman: 1978)
Fred (George Cole) drives his Morris into a multi-storey car park and up to the top level. Once there he primes his atomic bomb. The Saint's Volvo follows Fred's Allegro into the car park and up to the upper level. Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) confronts Fred (George Cole) and distracts him while Lyn Jackson (Anoushka Hempel) takes him by surprise. After a struggle Fred falls from the upper level A little girl almost detonates the bomb before her mother takes her to a car.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2002)

Sydney Street


Photo: Geoff Dodd

GIDEONíS WAY: The Nightlifers (John Moxey: November 1964)
Peter Sloan (Anton Rogers), Sue Young (Annette Andre), Tim Coles (Peter Fowlds) and Alison Clifton (Pauline Monroe) arrive at a church in Sloanís Bentley. Tim Coles goes in to donate the previous nightís takings to the vicar.
(Identified by Stephen carter, August 2007)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
McGill takes Rufus Blake to a choral concert so they can wait for the nearby botanical gardens to close unnoticed.
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, May 2008)

Upper Cheyne Row


photo: Alan Hayes

THE AVENGERS: Hot Snow (Don Leaver, January 1961)
Spicer (Godfrey Quigley), a drug dealer, parks by the surgery of Dr. David Keelís Surgery (Number 18) then walks past the surgery to the back of the building (on to Glebe Street).
(Identified by Peter Astaire, May 2009)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Somewhere In A Crowd (Alan Gibson: 1968)
William Searle (David Hedison) continues to follow one of the mysterious watchers (Jane Asher) (Upper Cheyne Row corner with Lawrence Street).

SW5

Collingham Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The Prowler (Robert Tronson: March 1965)
Alan Campbell Gore (David Collings) and Sophie Murdoch (Rosemary Dunham) turn into Courtfield Gardens as they walk towards the tube station.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

THE PROTECTORS: Vocal (Cyril Frankel: 1972)
The Contessa di Contini is talking on the phone to Harry Rule from her Rolls Royce as she is driven through London. Unknown to her, the conversation is being recorded.
(Identified by Paul Stroud, May 2009)

Courtfield Road

THE PROTECTORS: The Big Hit (Roy Ward Baker: 1972)
The Contassatells Chino (Anthony Chin) to follow Howardís heavies in the Rolls leading Paul and the Contessa to the Howard Swimwear factory (heading into London with Grenville Place on the left).
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

Cromwell Road

THE AVENGERS: Warlock (Peter Hammond: July 1962)
John Steed (Patrick Macnee) walks along Cromwell Road to pay a visit to the Natural History Museum to find Cathy Gale.
(Identified by Mike Richardson, April 2010)

THE AVENGERS: The Girl From Auntie (Roy Baker: October 1965)
Steed arrives in London at the West London Air Terminal (redeveloped as a Sainsburys) after a few days away and loads up a taxi before setting off for Mrs Peel's flat.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: All That Glitters (Herbert Wise: August/September 1966)
McGill goes back to London to gather some information from a certain hotel (The Majestic Hotel).
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, October 2008)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Whisper (Charles Crichton: Spring 1967)
McGill arranges to meet Marcus Spencer, who has just flown in from Africa at his club (The Majestic Hotel).
(Identified by Alan Field, October 2008)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Murder Ain't What It Used To Be! (Jeremy Summers: Summer 1969)
Jeff goes to meet Paul Kirstner at The Royal Chester Club (The Majestic Hotel).
(Identified by Alan Field, October 2008)

THE PROTECTORS: The Big Hit (Roy Ward Baker: 1972)
The Contassatells Chino (Anthony Chin) to follow Howardís heavies in the Rolls leading Paul and the Contessa to the Howard Swimwear factory (heading into London with Grenville Place on the left).
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

Kenway Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The Millionaireís Daughter (Cyril Frankel: April 1965)
Alan (Don Borisenko) suggests that Nina Henderson (Lans Traverse) and he visit Chelsea to see what new art is on offer. They find themselves in the ĎGood Art Shopí in Benson Street. Alan leaves the shop with the Erica Townsend (Georgina Ward), disguised as Nina. Nearby a shoe shop is robbed and Mr. Williams (Harold Goodwin), the owner, finds a police Constable on the street to report the crime. A reporter, Gerry Adams (Brian Weske) is interviewing Mr Williams when Gideon (John Gregson) and Keen (Alexander Davion) turn up to search The Good Art Shop.
(Identified by Alan Field, December 2007)

The Little Boltons


photo: Geoff Dodd

DEPARTMENT S: The Ghost of Mary Burnham (Cyril Frankel: ??)
John and Mary Burnham (Lois Maxwell) leave flat watched by Drayton. Later Novac (Weston Gavin) delivers flowers John Burnham. Sullivan and Annabelle arrive to investigate. Journalists arrive after a tip-off about Burnhamís new job just a Jason King finds himself trapped on third floor window ledge opposite.
(Identified by Peter Astaire , April 2006)

SW6

Bagley's Lane

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
The police car heading to investigate the lack of response from units north of the river turns right (from Pearscroft Road onto Bagley's Lane) then left (into Fulmead Street where there is a large gas holder at the end of the road).
(Identified by Stephen Carter, September 2002)

Fulham Football Ground

DANGER MAN: Don't Nail Him Yet (Michael Truman: ???)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) waits by the ground until Mumford (Edwin Apps) alerts him that Rawson (John Fraser) is approaching. Rawson stops by the river until he thinks Drake has entered the ground, and then rejoins the crowd. In the ground, Drake and Mumford search for Rawson.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Kings Road


photo: Wyn Roberts

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Jigsaw Man
A shop (near the corner of Holmead Road) selling modelling clay in "Swinging London".
(Identified by Perry Ridley, April 2004, Confirmed by Wyn Roberts)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Woman Who Never Was
McGill visits a junk shop (near the corner of Holmead Road) to find the paintings that were sold.
(Identified by Perry Ridley, April 2004, Confirmed by Wyn Roberts)

Putney Bridge Approach


photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Who's Mad Now?
McGill (Richard Bradford) goes to the Companies Registration Office (3-5 Putney Bridge Approach) to investigate the financial situation of Jason Heineman's companies.
(Identified by Robbie Higgins, January 2008)

Stevenage Road

DEPARTMENT S: The Shift That Never Was (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
The Department agents go to London Docks to wait the arrival of the chemical tanker.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts March 2003)

SW7

Albert Court


Photo: Stephen Carter

THE CHAMPIONS: Nutcracker (Roy Ward Baker: February 1968)
On the way to save Samantha, her two friends drive through a winding London streetin their van.
(Identified by: Stephen Carter, August 2000)

The Albert Memorial

THE SAINT: Escape Route (Roger Moore: October 1966)
After the jail break Simon Templar and John Wood are taken in a blue Volkswagen van to "Harry's" Garage.

Atherstone Mews

THE CHAMPIONS: The Gilded Cage
Craig Sterling visits the beautiful Samantha who lives in one of the houses in "Hans Crescent Mews".
(Identified by Marishka, September 2002)

The Boltons

THE AVENGERS: Two's A Crowd (Roy Baker: May 1965)
Brodny's London house where he receives a message from PSEV in his punch.
(Identified by Lenny ĎRarefilmfinderí and ĎGazzaí at the Britmovie Forum, September 2008)

THE AVENGERS: The Morning After (John Hough: October 1968)
John Steed and Marlin are shown a recording of Jenny Firston's news report of people are pouring out in their thousands as a typical English town is evacuated, as they leave special shock troops take over (footage from the film SEVEN DAYS TO NOON). Shock troops leave their vehicle and start to patrol a typical English town.

Film:
SEVEN DAYS TO NOON(1950)

Brompton Road

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Why They Killed Nolan (Charles Crichton: July 1967)
McGill, in his Hillman, makes his way to a meeting with Nolan.

Cornwall Gardens

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Swann and Millerís car swerves round other road users in their pursuit of Templarís Volvo, with Simon and Janice Dixon aboard.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Why They Killed Nolan (Charles Crichton: July 1967)
After phoning the police McGill (Richard Bradford) catches a taxi and starts to look for "Tylers Place".
(Identified by Stephen Carter, May 2001)

Courtfield Road

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Why They Killed Nolan (Charles Crichton: July 1967)
McGill follows Mr Arnoldson 's Jaguar in his taxi.
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, May 2002)

Courtfield Mews


Photo: Geoff Dodd

THE PROTECTORS ()
Harry Rule's flat.
(Source: Sam Denham)

Cromwell Road

THE SAINT: The Rough Diamonds (Peter Yates: 1963)
After Simon and Barbara Sinclair leave Barbaraís flat, in the Volvo, they are followed by Rocco an Joe in their Zephyr. This soon turns into a game of cat and mouse.
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2008)

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened To George Foster? (Don Chaffey: November 1964)
John Drake follows Certhia Cooper from London Airport to her home (past the Natural History Museum).

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Templarís attempt to loose Swann and Miller at the lights as they ignore them and continue to pursue the Volvo with Janice Dixon aboard.
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2008)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Millionaire's Daughter (Cyril Frankel: )
Alan Blake (Don Borisenko) and Georgina Ward (Erica Townsend) posing as Nina visit the Victoria and Albert Museum to see an exhibition. They later leave the gallery and catch a cab to central London.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

STRANGE REPORT: Report 5055 Cult: 'Murder Shrieks Out' (Charles Crichton: September 1968)
Strange (Anthony Quayle) meets with Tanner (Michael Rothwell) outside the NaturalHistoryMuseum to discuss the computer card Strange found.

Elvaston Place


Photo: Stephen Carter

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

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Swann and Miller accelerate in their car as they see that the lights are changing and they do not wish to loose Templarís Volvo. In an attempt to loose Swann and Millerís car, Simon swerves his Volvo, with Janice Dixon aboard, around a series of London streets.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Why They Killed Nolan (Charles Crichton: July 1967)
As McGill continues his search for Tyler's Place in his taxi they turn a corner (junction of Elvaston Place and Gloucester Road).
(Identified by Stephen Carter, May 2001)

Ennismore Gardens


photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Day of Execution (Charles Crichton: December 1966/January 1967)
A dry cleaning van arrives at McGill's apartment, 56 CliveMansions, SW3. After examining his clothes McGill runs out to confront the deliveryman. Later, when McGill is hiding in his apartment, an ice-cream van drives past with a threat painted on the roof. Durning the episode we see a view of rooftops from Jarvis' flat (EnnismoreGardens looking over Ennismore Mews, SW7. The view from McGill's flat is taken from the same point looking towards the Brompton Oratory).

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Who's Mad Now? (Freddie Francis: 1967)
After lunch, McGill (Richard Bradford) leaves Joan Hyman and returns to his hotel (Kingston House
South)
.
(found by Wyn Roberts and Jaz Wiseman, July 2000)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) hide from a car (unaware it is Purdey driving a red mini) and then a coach passes.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, September 2002)

Ennismore Gardens Mews

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Blind Justice (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Sparrow's Morris drives into the Mews to visit Holt. As he leaves, The Invisible Man arrives in his Austin Healey with Dee. After leaving, The Invisible Man sets off after Sparrow.
(Spotted by Wyn Roberts and Jaz Wiseman, July 2000)

 
photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Day of Execution (Charles Crichton: December 1966/January 1967)
McGill drops Moira off at her mews flat. The following evening as Leaving Moira's flat a car drives past and a funeral wreath is thrown at McGill. It reads "Mariocki midnight".

THE PROFESSIONALS: Need To Know (William Brayne: July 1979)
Bodie (Lewis Collins) and Doyle (Martin Shaw) arrive in Bodieís Ford Capri to pick up Cowley (Gordon Jackson) from his mews flat to take him to Mantonís for interrogation.
(Identified by Marishka, September 2002)

Ennismore Mews


Photo: Stephen Carter

THE SAINT: When Spring is Sprung (Jim O'Connolly: March 1967)
Simon Templar rents a van and parks it in a mews garage in "Mitre Street" near Brixton Prison.

THE SAINT: Invitation to Danger (Roger Moore: March 1967)
Simon arranges to meet Marty at The Ennismore Arms.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Two of the bankrobbing gang, Chuck (Mark Jones) and Bart (Prentis Hancock), are stationed on guard in the mews. When Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) walk past, the gang spot them and give chase.

Ennismore Street

THE SAINT: When Spring is Sprung (Jim O'Connolly: March 1967)
Having achieved the impossible Simon Templar drives off with Joanne and Spring.

Exhibition Road

THE BARON: Roundabout (Robert Tronson: August 1966)
John Mannering drives his Jansen through London on his way to The Lindsey Hotel.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Assault Force (Peter Sasdy: 1977)
Simon Templar (lan Ogilvy) drives Jeanette (Kate O'Mara) to her hotel (Princes Gate Court) in his Jaguar.
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, August 2005)

Exhibition Street

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Flight Into Darkness (Peter Maxwell: 1959)
The Invisible Man drives to Harrow Lane with Pat Stevens (corner of Exhibition Street and Thurloe Place).
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

Gloucester Road

THE SAINT: The Rough Diamonds (Peter Yates: 1963)
After Simon and Barbara Sinclair leave Barbaraís flat, in the Volvo, they are followed by Rocco an Joe in their Zephyr. This soon turns into a game of cat and mouse. Soon after Simon stops his Volvo and lets Barbara Sinclair (Jemma Hyde) out. He tells her to go to his flat and wait. Instead she flags down Roccoís car, which has been following them and talks to the occupants. They speed off while Barbara makes her way to the flat.

GIDEONíS WAY: The Prowler (Robert Tronson: March 1965)
Sophie Murdoch (Rosemary Dunham) chats with Jack (Peter Jesson), her local policeman outside the tube station (Gloucester Road tube station), about the identity of The Prowler. She tells him she has just seen him and the two leave Gloucester Arcade and inform a waiting police car.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Nightlifers (John Moxey: November 1964)
The plain clothes men following on a Mini see Peter Sloanís Bentley drop off Sue Young (Annete Andre) and Alison Clifton (Pauline Monroe) at the tube station.

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
The Volvo, with Simon and Janice Dixon aboard is being hotly pursued by Swann and Millerís car. They are even chased down a busy shopping street. swerves round a corner in their pursuit of Templarís Volvo.


Photo: Marishka von Saatz

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Variation On A Million Bucks - part 2 (Robert Tronson: November 1966)
Agents from American Intelligence visit Taiko at her flat (1-5 CornwallGardens).
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, May 2002)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Dead Man's Shoes (Peter Duffell: May 1967)
The London appartment in which the three villains plot their reign of terror (1-5 CornwallGardens).
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, October 2008)

THE SAINT: Portrait of Brenda (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Tony follows Simon's Volvo from Alan Williams' flat to The Recorded Sound Studios.
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, March 2004)

JASON KING: An Author in Search of Two Characters (Cyril Frankel: 1970)
Jason goes to see Robbins at number 33b, but finds that someone has got to him first.
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, May 2007)

THE PROTECTORS: A Kind of Wild Justice (Jeremy Summers: early 1972)
Paul Buchet follows Kate Lindermanís car through London (along Gloucester Road passing Clareville Street and turns into Harrington Gardens).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2009)

THE PROTECTORS: Zeke's Blues (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Having tracked Harryís car using a homing beacon, Kasankas and Patrick now give chase in their car (just south of Queens Gate Terrace).
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

Gore Street

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

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
In an attempt to loose Swann and Millerís car, Simon swerves his Volvo, with Janice Dixon aboard, around a series of London streets.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: But What a Sweet Little Room (Roy Ward Baker: June 1968)
Jeff, in his Vauxhall, drops off Julia Fenick at her the entrance to her mews. Later Elliot drives down this same road on his way home.
(Source: RAHDAS)

Harrington Gardens

THE PROTECTORS: A Kind of Wild Justice (Jeremy Summers: early 1972)
Paul Buchet follows Kate Lindermanís car through London and reports back to Harry when he sees her arrive at Reganís club.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2009)

Harrington Road


Photo: Alan Field

MAN IN A SUITCASE: TheWhisper(Charles Crichton: Spring 1967)
McGill is waiting for Detective Inspector Samuels (opposite South Kensington underground station) to collect him when he sees his police car arrive.
(Identified by Alan Field, October 2007)

Jay Mews

THE BARON: Roundabout (Robert Tronson: August 1966)
Samantha Ballard and John Mannering drive through the streets of Paris after escaping from Delair.

Kensington Gate


Photo:  Marishka von Saatz

THE SAINT: The Lawless Lady (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
The Countess Marova's Rolls-Royce arrives back home. Later, after a night on the town, Simon drives The Countess home in his Volvo.
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, May 2007)

THE SAINT: Iris (John Gilling: 1963)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) arrives in his Volvo at Number 16, the home of Mary and Mr. Hardy with carrying the script of ĎThe Exit Roomí. Later Simon and Mary Hardy (April Wilding) arrive back at the house in the Volvo after spending the evening together.
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, May 2007)

THE SAINT: The Rough Diamonds (Peter Yates: 1963)
Simon arrives at the home of Gabriel Linnet, 107 Bentley Square, in his Volvo. He meets Barbara Sinclair waiting on the doorstep. She tells him that Linnet is not at home so he goes to find another way into the house.

Kensington Gore

THE SAINT: The Contract (Roger Moore: October 1964)
The Saint's Volvo drives towards the Albert Hall.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)


Photo: Stephen Carter

THE SAINT: Paper Chase (Leslie Norman: November 1966)
Eric Redman is with Hanya Lintz (Penelope Horner) at the flat of his father (Queen Alexandra's House), Professor Rodman when they see Metz (Gordon Gostelow) and Hans (Carl Duering) arrive. Hanya tries to get past the two men unnoticed but Lintz ends up ordering Hans to call her a taxi. The Saint arrives just in time to watch the taxi leave.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, March 2002)

Kensington Road


Photo: Marishka von Saatz

DEPARTMENT S: The Perfect Operation (Cyril Frankel: February 1969)
Stewart and Annabelle drive to the City of Southwark Hospital in Stewartís car (featuring Rutland Gate and Princeís Gate).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, December 2008)

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 (Kingston House North). A visitor, Reynolds (John Sullivan) walks up to the hotel commissionaire (Alan Curtis) and is observed by two strangers in a car Ackroyd(Dudley Foster) and Tredgett(Neil McCarthey). Jason King (Peter Wyngarde) leaves the hotel and is soon followed by the visitor. Later King, posing as Michael Strong arrives with Ö and (Sue Lloyd) and go up to Kingís suite to wait for Bernard (Hugh Walters).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd and confirmed byMarishka von Saatz, May 2007)

Knightsbridge

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Why They Killed Nolan (Charles Crichton: July 1967)
McGill's Hillman emerges from the underpass as he makes his way to a meeting with Nolan

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Armageddon Alternative (Leslie Norman: ???)
Fred (George Cole) drives his Morris 1100 along Knightsbridge and turns into a Multi-storey car park.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Kynance Mews

 
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MAN IN A SUITCASE: Why They Killed Nolan (Charles Crichton: July 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) manages to find Tylers Place and meets Angela at number 37.
(Spotted by Alan Leventhall, September 1994)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
McGill drives to a mews for a meeting with Rufus Blake and Valerie.
(Spotted by Alan Leventhall, September 1994)

Lexham Walk

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Why They Killed Nolan (Charles Crichton: July 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) phones the police and then leaves before a squad car arrives.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, May 2001)

Montpellier Place


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THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Steed and Gambit halt at a no entry sign at a road junction (junction of Montpellier Walk and Montpellier Place) in the Jaguar. They see a policeman sleeping beneath the sign and continue on their way (along Montpellier Place).
(Identified by Sam Denham, 1996)

Petersham Place


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RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: But What a Sweet Little Room (Roy Ward Baker: June 1968)
Julia Fenwick is killed by Rawlings who is waiting for her inside a deadly Morris Minor.
(Source: RAHDAS)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Money to Burn (Ray Austin: January 1969)
Elizabeth Saxon sets off in her Triumph with Kevin O'Malley and Marty aboard to chase after Anne-Marie Benson and Angela Kendon who have stolen O'Malley's car from the Club 70 (back projection of footage from But What A Sweet Little Room).

Prince Consort Road

THE BARON: Roundabout (Robert Tronson: August 1966)
An ambulance is called to collect the injured Lisa Delair from the LindsayHotel.

THE SAINT: Flight Plan (Roy Baker: August/September 1966)
Simon Templar drives through London in his Volvo then decides to visit RAF Blakewell.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Variation On A Million Bucks - part 1 (Pat Jackson: November 1966)
McGill (Richard Bradford) is invited to a concert at 7:30 Wednesday 4th October 1967 by 'Bert' (Simon Brent) an "international music lover". They discuss the cost of the key.


Photo: Stephen Carter

THE CHAMPIONS: Nutcracker (Roy Ward Baker: February 1968)
On the way to save Samantha, her two friends pass an impressive building (The RoyalSchool of Mines) in their van.
(Identified by: Stephen Carter, August 2000)

THE NEW AVENGERS:Faces (Ray Austin: July 1976)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) meets his old friend Mark Clifford (Neil Hallet) on the steps to the Royal Albert Hall. As he is leaving Clifford has a fatal heart attack.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Assault Force (Peter Sasdy: 1978)
Simon Templar (lan Ogilvy) and Jeanette (Kate O'Mara) descend the steps behind the Hall.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

Film:
THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS (1978)

Onslow Square

 
Photo: Stephen Carter

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
After picking up McGill, the police car passes South Kensington tube station and continues on down Onslow Square.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, September 2000)

Queens Gate

DANGER MAN: The Sisters (Seth Holt: 1959)
After John Drake collects Gerda Sandor from her hotel, they turn a corner and drive down this road past the statue of Lord Napier.
(Identified by Marishka, August 2004)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Why They Killed Nolan (Charles Crichton: July 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) and Nolan (Sam Kydd) arrive at McGill's hotel (number 34) and enter.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, May 2001)

 
Photos: Stephen Carter

THE PERSUADERS!:Element Of Risk
Mistaken for Lomax, Danny is driven past the Natural History .Museum on his way to the hideout.
(found by Wyn Roberts and Jaz Wiseman, July 2000)

Queen's Gate Gardens

 
Photo: Marishka von Saatz

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

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Swann and Millerís car swerves round a corner in their pursuit of Templarís Volvo, with Simon and Janice Dixon aboard.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Why They Killed Nolan (Charles Crichton: July 1967)
McGill arrives in London in his Hillman and makes his way to the Nolan's hotel. Just before the hotel McGill turns this corner (west on Cromwell Road then right on to Queen's GateGardens).
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, March 2004)

Queen's Gate Mews

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: My Late Lamented Friend and Partner (Cyril
Frankel 1968)
Road to hotel where the beatnick is staying. After speaking with the beatnik Jeff Randall and Marty Hopkirk drive towards Tower House 2B in the Fulham Road, where the driver of the car that hit Marty lives (out of Queens Gate Mews, across Queenís Gate Terrace and past the Gore Street junction).
(Source: RAHDAS)

THE ADVENTURER: To The Lowest Bidder (Val Guest, 1972)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) and Laura (Sheila Gish) arrive at Bradleyís house in his sports car. Later a taxi drives past the entrance of his mews house and Forrester (Carl Rigg) arrive.
(Identified by Jaz Wiseman, March 2006)

Queens Gate Place

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

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Swann and Miller accelerate in their car as they see that the lights are changing and they do not wish to loose Templarís Volvo. In an attempt to loose Swann and Millerís car, Simon swerves his Volvo, with Janice Dixon aboard, around a series of London streets.

Queen's Gate Terrace

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

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
The Volvo, with Simon and Janice Dixon aboard is being hotly pursued by Swann and Millerís car. They are even chased down a busy shopping street and swerves round a corner in their pursuit of Templarís Volvo.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: My Late Lamented Friend and Partner (Cyril Frankel 1968)
Road to Tower House 2B in the Fulham Road (Source: RAHDAS). After leaving Jeanís flat Jeff and Marty drive in Jeffís Vauxhall towards the hotel where the beatnik is staying (Queen's Gate Terrace into Gore Street).After speaking with the beatnik Jeff Randall and Marty Hopkirk drive towards Tower House 2B in the Fulham Road, where the driver of the car that hit Marty lives (out of Queens Gate Mews, across Queenís Gate Terrace and past the Gore Street junction).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, March 2010)

Roland Gardens

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
As Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) run  through a deserted London following Purdy's car they pass Steed's hotel (Blakes Hotel) where Steed notices that George, the hotel porter, wears red socks. Both men duck into a doorway when they hear a bus approaching.
(Identified by Peter Astaire, December 2012)

Rotten Row

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Debt Collectors (Leslie Norman: 1978)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) is riding in the park when he sees a woman (Mary Tamm) who's horse has bolted. He chases after her and succeeds in stopping the horse. They are watched by two men in a car who take photographs of the pair.

Rutland Gate


photo: Marishka von Saatz

THE SAINT: When Spring is Sprung (Jim O'Connolly: March 1967)
Templar drives the ambulance into an underground garage. The automatic door closes and Teal, who has been escorting the ambulance, is unable to enter.
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, May 2007)

DEPARTMENT S: The Perfect Operation (Cyril Frankel: February 1969)
Stewart Sullivan goes to see Professor Uri Dutrov in his flat in Moscow. He is asked to leave and two Russian agents watch him depart. Sullivan parks his car nearby and waits for the agents to leave before returning to continue his questioning.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, December 2008)

Rutland Mews South


Photo: Stephen Carter

THE NEW AVENGERS:Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
View of empty street seen when Steed and Gambit are being chased by bank robbers.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, November 2000)

Rutland Mews East


Photo: Stephen Carter

THE NEW AVENGERS:Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) run through an arch linking this road to Rutland Street as they try to evade the armed bank robbers (Mark Jones, Prentis Hancock) who are chasing them down the road.
(Identified by Sam Denham, 1996)

Rutland Street

 
Photo: Stephen Carter

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Still trying to evade the bank robbers, Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) run into Downton Street (Rutland Street). They turn the corner (still part of the same street) and see people suffering from the effect of S-95 asleep at a bus stop (outside number 12). They fool the bank robbers by pretending to be asleep.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, November 2000)

Southwell Gardens

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

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Swann and Millerís car swerves round a corner in their pursuit of Templarís Volvo, with Simon and Janice Dixon aboard.

THE SAINT: The Elusive Ellshaw (John Moxey: 1963)
Simon and Anne go to 11 Duchess Place as no one answers the door Simon Goes round the back to break in (the alley up the side of the Stanhope Arms pub in Gloucester Road. The alley is no longer open to the public).
(Identified by Marishka von Saatz, July 2012)

Thurloe Place

 
Photo: Jaz Wiseman

DANGER MAN :Name, Date and Place (Charles Frend: 1959)
As directed John Drake catches a No. 74 bus carrying $50,000 in used notes.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, May 2005)

 
Photo: Stephen Carter

THE BARON: Roundabout (Robert Tronson: August 1966)
John Mannering drives his Jensen through London on his way to the LindsayHotel.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
The police car passes the Victoria and AlbertMuseum.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, September 2000)



Photo: Stephen Carter, June 2001

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Why They Killed Nolan (Charles Crichton: July 1967)
The taxi drives off (from the corner of Exhibition Road and Thurloe Place) to begin the search for Tylers Place.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, May 2001)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: When Did You Start to Stop Seeing Things? (Ray Austin: October 1968)
Establishing shot of The Victoria and AlbertMuseum.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, September 2001)

Thurloe Square / Alexander Place

THE PERSUADERS!:Take Seven (Sidney Hayers : October 1970)
Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) and Lord Brett Sinclair (Roger Moore) park the Aston having arranged to meet The Farmer (Victor Platt).

SW8

Battersea Power Station

GIDEONíS WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling: 1963)
Fred Norton (Edward Evans) finally catches up Mary Rose (Jo Rowbottom) on the station's railway sidings and is about to stab her but is caught Detective Chief Inspector David Keen (Alexander Davion).
(Identified by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

Nine Elms Lane

THE PROTECTORS: The Big Hit (Roy Ward Baker: 1972)
Harry Rule is being battered to death in a shipping container which is being bashed against a warehouse wall by a crane (the gas works that used to be in Nine Elms Lane, where Post Office Way is now).
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2008)).

Queenstown Road

THE SAINT: The Man Who Could not Die (Roger Moore, May 1965)
After leaving his hotel Miles Hallin drives to meet his blackmailer. He is followed by Simon Templar and Nigel Perry in Simonís Volvo.

SW9

Brixton Road


Photo: Stephen Carter

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
After picking up McGill, the police car turns left (into Gresham Road from Brixton Road) and pulls up in front of the police station (Brixton Police Station). McGill walks up the steps with a detective. Later, Rufus Blake (George Sewell) is escorted into the station by Detective Gilley (Garfield Morgan).
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, September 2000)

Stockwell Underground Station

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
A busy night in "Camden Road" station during the London blitz and for Roger Llewellyn it will be his last (stock footage of civilians sheltering in Stockwell One deep level shelter).
(Identified by Nick Cooper, October 2011)

SW10

Blantyre Street & Seaton Street(Now under the Worlds End Estate)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Nightlifers(John Moxey: November 1964)
Peter Sloan tells the gang to stop at the phone box near Elspethís flat. From here he calls Elspeth posing as a police man (laundry in the background is at 490 Kings Road).
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2007)

Cavaye Place

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Armageddon Alternative (Leslie Norman: 1978)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) arrives in his Jaguar to ask his garage attendant, Fred, if he has noticed anything suspicious. Later Simon and Lynne Jackson (Anouska Hempel) arrive in a Volvo at the entrance of Simonís garage. They wait for Fred (George Cole) to leave in his Morris and they follow.
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2010)

Cheyne Walk


photo: Alan Field

GIDEONíS WAY: The Nightlifers (John Moxey: November 1964)
A policeman watches as Peter Sloan (Anton Rogers), Tim Coles (Peter Fowlds), Sue Young (Annete Andre), Tony King (James Hunter) arrive back at Sloanís houseboat to join the party. Detective Inspector Jim Caldwell (Roddy McMillan) decides to investigate a report about the party.

DEPARTMENT S: Soup of the Day (Leslie Norman: Spring 1969)
Establishing shot for the area where Trish and Lavinia have their boutique on the night Greene, Villers and Jeremy break in.
(Identified by Alan Field, December 2007)

Chelsea Warf

THE SAINT: The Man Who Could not Die (Roger Moore, May 1965)
Miles Hallin arranges a meeting with Roddy Morton at his houseboat.

Cremone Road

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Just for the Record (Jeremy Summers: ??)
Marty spots a Rolls Royce with the number plate HAL 14 on this street corner (Cheyne Walk, Cremone Road) and Jeff gives chase in his Vauxhall.
(They end up on King Street, Hammersmith)

Lots Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The Big Fix (James Hill: September 1964)
That night Jimmy Watson is cornered by two of Johnsonís men and badly beaten (in Lots Road Power Sation). He dies later in hospital.

GIDEONíS WAY: The Nightlifers (John Moxey: November 1964)
Sloan decides to beat up Elspeth McCrae to teach her a lesson. Sloanís gang sets off in the Bentley to find her. They are followed by plane clothes policemen.

Old Ferry Wharf

THE SAINT: The Man Who Could not Die (Roger Moore, May 1965)
When Simon Templar and Moyna Stanford arrive at Chelsea Warf (Old Ferry Wharf on Chayne Walk) to look for the blackmailer, they find the police investigating a crime.
(Identified by Sam Denham, August 2010)

Redcliffe Mews

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Poor Butterfly (Alan Gibson: 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 from his mews flat in his 1929 Bugatti and drives from the mews onto a London road (Redcliffe Mews on to Harcourt Terrace).
(Identified by Greg Mishevski, aka SainT on the Britmovie Forum, December 2010)

SW11

Anhalt Road

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Just For the Record (Jeremy Summers: April 1969)
Jeff waits in his Vauxhall whilst Marty checks the National Records archive to see what has been taken (Redeveloped).

Battersea Park, The Parade

GIDEONíS WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling: August 1964)
Winnie (Carol White) meets Bill Rose (Alan Rothwell).at Battersea Park. Peggy Wilson (Jill May Meredith) witnesses the argument and decides to catch Bill on the rebound. Later the body of the murdered Winifred Norton is discovered.
(Identified by Jaz Wiseman, July 2005)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Bridge (Pat Jackson: ??)
McGill drives his Hillman to AlbertBridge.

THE BARON: Epitaph for a Hero (John Moxey: October 1965)
Fun Fair where the gang plan their robbery.

THE SAINT: The Organisation Man (Leslie Norman: February 1968)
Simon Templar passes his initiation test when he shoots Mr. Spode (Norman Bird) as he is walking by the Thames.
(Identified by Wyn Roberts, June 2000)

THE PROFESSIONALS: Lawsonís Last Stand (Ian Sharp: 1981)
As a man practices with a javelin Lawson enters the park and starts to set up his equipment. Later Bodie (Lewis Collins), Ray Doyle (Martin Shaw) and George Cowley (Gordon Jackson) arrive together with an army unit. Cowley discusses tactics with an Army Major (Prentis Hancock) and the Professor (Allan Mitchell).

Battersea Park Fun Fair (demolished)

THE SAINT: Iris (John Gilling: August 1964)
Inspector Teal and The Saint park by the entrance to the Fun Fair and watch Hardy leave a package in a waste basket. The package is switched in an accident after the waste basket is emptied and The Saint leaves in a taxi.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, September 2000)

GIDEON'S WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling: 1965)
Commander Gideon declines his sonís suggestion that they visit the fun-fair.

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

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

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
The secret agent visits a fairground.

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

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

Bridge Wharf, Battersea (redeveloped round Hester Road)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Just For the Record (Jeremy Summers: April 1969)
Early morning in London, Pargiter and Lords Dorking and Surrey rehearse their robbery in the old Phillips, Mills and Co. Ltd. waste paper factory.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, May 2009)

Clapham Junction Station

THE PROTECTORS: The Bodyguards (Don Chaffey: 1972)
Harry Rule waits on Platform 8 with the dog George for his instructions.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

Culvert Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling: August 1964)
Inspector Keen is searching for Mary Rose in his squad car and decides that they should turn round and retrace their steps (driving past The British Flag, 103 Culvert Road). Fred Norton (Edward Evans) peruse Mary Rose (Jo Robottom) through a railway underpass, Keen is not far behind.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2007)

GIDEONíS WAY: Big Fish, Little Fish (Cyril Frankel: October 1964)
Police cars patrol the streets (passing The British Flag, 103 Culvert Road) looking for ĎHappyí Roden.

THE SAINT: The Man Who Could not Die(Roger Moore, May 1965)
Nigel Perry gives chase the blackmailer (Richard Wyler) on his bike driving Simonís Volvo. The blackmailer tries to escape down a narrow tunnel, but the Volvo follows.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2007)

Culvert Place

GIDEONíS WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling, August 1964)
Fred Norton (Edward Evans) chases Mary Rose (Jo Robottom) nearer the railway. Mary tries to get help from the passing motorcycle gang led by Rod Jenkins (Clive Coilin Bowler). Chief Inspector Keenís (Alexander Davion) squad car is in the area almost immediately and they try to cut the pair off.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2007)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Millionaireís Daughter (Cyril Frankel: April 1965)
Gideon suspects that the girl is being help in a room in London, near trains. This turns out to be workshop in the railway arches at Battersea. They take fake Erica Townsend (Georgina Ward) there and Gideon (John Gregson) and Keen (Alexander Davion) attempt to rescue the girl with her help.

Doddington Road (Demolished)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling: August 1964)
Winifred Norton (Carol White) rushes home (No.21) after having a row with Bill Rose. After an argument with her stepfather Winifred dashes out of the house watched by her mother (Clare Kelly). Later Mrs. Norton watches for her daughter as a group of rockers led by Rod Jenkins (Clive Coilin Bowler) walks past after leaving the pub. Once she has spoken to her brother Mary Rose (Jo Robottom) waits for a chance to have a look round Winifredís room. She watches from across the road and when Mrs. Norton leaves she enters the house. Summoned by Mary, Chief Inspector Keen arrives with three policemen in a squad car.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2007)

Lavender Hill

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Jigsaw Man (Charles Frend: February/March 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) and Silvio (Paul Bertoya) leave the police station after being interviewed.

Parkgate Road

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Money to Burn (Ray Austin: January 1969)
Jeff is parked up watches from his car as the money being unloaded (opposite 40 Parkgate Road).He backs into a side street to avoid the police (Worfield Street).

Queenstown Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling, August 1964)
Chief Inspector Keenís squad car races towards the railway sidings in an attempt to save Mary Rose (Road to Battersea from Queenstown Road, 51į28'57.97"N 0į 8'57.98"W, covered when road widened).

Rowditch Lane (redeveloped)

GIDEONíS WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling, August 1964)
Fred Norton (Edward Evans) chases Mary Rose (Jo Robottom) over a pile of demolition rubble.
(Spotted by Stephen Carter, August 2007)

Savona Street

GIDEONíS WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling, August 1964)
Mary Rose and her brother Bill discuss his future with Winifred Norton at home.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2007)

Thessaly Road

GIDEONíS WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling, August 1964)
Fred Norton (Edward Evans) continues to chase Mary Rose (Jo Robottom) into a patch of derelict land.
(Identified by Stephen Carter, August 2007)

Westland Heliport, Lombard Road

THE NEW AVENGERS:Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Professor Marco, who is to demonstrate S-95, arrives here by helicopter.

SW18

Smugglers Way (Fairfield Street)


Photo: Alan Field

STRANGE REPORT: Report No.2475 - REVENGE: 'When a man hates' (Charles Crichton: November 1968)
After stealing a gun James Hanson (Julian Glover) returns to the new flat he has rented (Fairfield Street -  a new link road between Armoury Way and Wandsworth Bridge has been built, Swandon Way, which has wiped out part of Fairfield Street and all the buildings have been demolished. The remaining stretch of road has been re-named Smugglers Way and all that is left from the 1960s view is the railway bridge).
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2007)

THE PROTECTORS: Blockbuster (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Villains wait at a roadblock for their consignment of car parts to be checked. The constable recognises the crushed van and signals to his partner before letting the truck through.
(Identified by Mike Saunders, October 2004)

Tonsley Hill

THE PROTECTORS: Blockbuster (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
The truck carrying the car parts is followed to a road junction (Tonsley Hill/Tonsley Place) by an unmarked police car. The police car drives into a side street (Tonsley Place) where another is waiting to continue the chase.

Wandsworth High Street

THE PROTECTORS: Blockbuster (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Police cars continue to search nearby roads for the van after the robbery at Saundersí Chemical Works (police cars drive past SouthThamesCollege).
(Identified by Mike Saunders, October 2004)

Wandsworth Prison

STRANGE REPORT: Report 2475 Revenge: 'When a Man Hates' (Charles Crichton: 1967)
Jimmy Hanson (Julian Glover) leaves the prison by the main front entrance and is met by his wife Mary (Rosemary Leach).
(Source: Jaz Wiseman January 2000)

York Road

THE PROTECTORS: Blockbuster (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
A call goes out to the Police reporting the robbery at Saundersí Chemical Works and a patrol car responds.
(Identified by Mike Saunders, June 2005)

SW19

Church Road

THE SAINT: Paper Chase (Leslie Norman August 1966)
Simon Templar meets Major Carter at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club where they discuss Eric Redman.

Marryat Road

 
Photos: Alan Field

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Three Handed Game (Ray Austin: 1976)
After the two Russians make their escape from the embassy building in their Jaguar Larry gives chase on his motorbike.
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2008)

Peek Crescent

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Three Handed Game (Ray Austin: 1976)
Gambit (Gareth Hunt) and Purdey (Joanna Lumley) steak out the embassy building where Juventor (David Greif) and Colonel Meroff (Terry Wood) are plotting their next move. They are joined by Larry (Michael Petrovitch) in his white van. The two Russians make their escape in a green Jaguar and Larry gives chase.
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

Russell Road

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Three-Handed Game (Ray Austin: 1976)
Purdey (Joanna Lumley) arrives at the theatre (Wimbledon Theatre) with Masgard (Gary Raymond). Juventor/Tap Ransom (David Wood) and Ivan (Tony Vogel) arrive soon after. Later Steed (Patrick Macnee) in his Jaguar, Gambit (Gareth Hunt) in his XJs and Purdey in her MGB all arrive to confront Juventor.
(Source: Trad.)

Films:
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1962)

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