C1: Wheathampstead House Gates, B653, Wheathampstead

THE BARON: Roundabout (Robert Tronson: August 1966)
The Baron parks his Jensen by the gates of the Chateau de Luc and is taken into the estate by Jeanne Varda. Samantha arrives with the police and they enter the grounds.

C2: Mackerye End, Wheathampstead

THE BARON: Enemy of the State (Jeremy Summers: December 1965)
The Baron arrives at Bradfield's house. Later he returns in a white Citroen with a secret policeman he has captured.

C3: St. Albans, Hertfordshire

St. Albans Jail

An infamous con man is released from prison. (former St. Albans Jail on Grimston Street).

St Claire's

THE SAINT: The Chequered Flag (Leslie Norman: February 1965)
Lee and Simon do to visit Hunter at his boarding house (St Claire's, 38-40 Church Crescent).
(Identified by Sietse Postma, July 2023)

THE SAINT: The Man Who Liked Lions (Jeremy Summers: July 1966)
Fishpool Street appears on back projection as Franco drives Simon Templar through Rome in his taxi to a meeting with Rudolpho Beireeni.

Information Centre

THE BARON: The Man Outside (Roy Baker: September 1966)
Mannering and Cordelia arrive in the Jensen at Scottish town to attend the inquest into Douglas McKrae's death. They drive along a street (Chequer Street) to the court house (St. Albans Town Hall) where they park. After the inquest they leave (along Market Place) and are followed by Vince in his car.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Final Countdown (John Gilling: Early 1968)
In Hamburg, a German pilot is kidnapped by as he leave his flat (Civic Centre on Bricket Road, redeveloped 2009).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2022).

THE CHAMPIONS: Nutcracker (Roy Ward Baker: February 1968)
After leaving the tailor’s shop Craig follows Richard’s car in his car, Richard looks back to make sure Craig is following (junction of Stonecross, Saint Peters Street and Harpenden Road).
(Identified by Andy Lawrence, February 2010).

DEPARTMENT S: The Man in the Elegant Room (Cyril Frankel: Spring 1968)
An estate agent takes his client to see a warehouse property in Islington (Hedley Road, Saint Albans, starting off in Islington’s Market Road. Site redeveloped). They arrive at the warehouse.
(Identified by Andy Lawrence, July 2011).

Queen Street

THE AVENGERS: The Morning After (John Hough: October 1968)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Merlin (Peter Barkworth) handcuffed together make their way through the deserted town after Steed's white Rolls fails to get through the blocked streets (they walk by: St. Albans Cathedral, Sumpter Yard, The Blue Anchor, Albert Street, Portland Street, Key Field Terrace, Dagnall Street, Fishpool Street, Queen Street, Thorpe Road, Black Cut, Well Close and Old London Road).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1968)
Jeff Randall goes to visit Mr. Brookes the solicitor's chambers (house at the top of Romeland Hill opposite the Abbey gatehouse), in order to find out the whereabouts of Dyson. As he leaves in his Vauxhall he is followed by Grant.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Last of the Cybernauts...?? (Sidney Hayers: May 1976)
Malov (Oscar Quitak) waits outside the prison (former St. Albans Jail on Grimston Street) for Frank Goff (Robert Gillespie) to be released.

INSPECTOR MORSE: Masonic Mysteries (Danny Boyle: 1989)
Morse (John Thaw) and Lewis (Kevin Whately) discuss De Vries outside the Cathedral before visiting Marion Brooke (Diane Fletcher). Later they talk together in the Cathedral Square.

INSPECTOR MORSE: The Sins of the Fathers (Peter Hammond: 1989)
Morse (John Thaw) takes Lewis (Kevin Whately) for a drink at The Fighting Cocks on Abbey Mill Lane to discuss the case.

INSPECTOR MORSE: Fat Chance (Roy Battersby: 1990)
Chief Inspector Morse (John Thaw) and Det. Sgt. Lewis (Kevin Whately) talk about the case over a pint in the gardens of an Oxford pub.

CALLAN: The Richmond File: Do You Recognise the Woman? (1972)
PORRIDGE St. Albans Jail is H.M. Prison Slade  (1974-77)

C4: Redbournbury Treatment Plant, Watling Street, nr. Redbourn

GIDEON’S WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Tom Bishop (George Cole) goes to the quarry on his scooter to steal explosives. As he leaves he is spotted by Bill White (Joby Blanshard). Later (Brian Weske) goes to Mr White to make a bet.

THE BARON: The Persuaders (Leslie Norman: October 1965)
Verity Montand (Georgina Ward) arrives in a white Triumph to meet her confederates at Anglo Lime Works' Hillfield Quarry. Markham (Reginald Jessup) goes to meet Templeton-Green (Colin Gordon) and The Baron (Steve Forrest) when they arrive at the lime works in a Volkswagen camper and they prepare to meet David's kidnappers. Two secret agents pretending to be a courting couple are parked outside the main entrance. Verity arrives at the lime works, she collects the money and prepares to leave. A helicopter arrives but flies off when Templeton-Green's men arrest Verity.

C5: The Crooked Chimney, Marford Road, Lemsford, Welwyn Garden City

INSPECTOR MORSE: Who Killed Harry Field? (Colin Gregg: 1990)
Sergeant Lewis (Kevin Whately) and Morse (John Thaw) visit the pub where Harry's bike has been found by a patrol man (Sean Cranitch) to interview the landlord (David Belcher).

C6: Brocket Hall, Marford Road, Lemsford, Welwyn Garden City

The Gates

THE AVENGERS: Split! (Roy Baker: January 1968)
Steed and Tara arrive at The Ministry of Top Secret Information.

THE AVENGERS: The Interrogators (Charles Crichton: October 1968)
Tara arrives with Col Mannering (Christopher Lee) and Captain Soo (Cecil Cheng) for a special course. Later Steed arrives at the mansion, but he is expected.

Brocket Hall

PROFFESIONALS: Mixed Doubles (Roger Tucker: 1979)
Cowley (Gordon Jackson) takes Bodie (Martin Shaw) and Doyle (Martin Shaw) to Venue One to check security.

INSPECTOR MORSE: Who Killed Harry Field? (Colin Gregg: 1990)
Sergeant Lewis (Kevin Whately) is led by Morse (John Thaw) into the grounds of Eirlis' estate. Morse drives up to the house observed by Paul Eirlis (Vania Vilers) who is racing Roger McMill (Jeremy Clyde) on his bike. Lewis interviews the security guard, Drummond (Dicken Ashworth), at the gate while Morse interviews Eirlis, his secretary (Anna Patrick) and his man servant, Carl (Stephen Grothgar). After the death of Eirlis, Sgt. Taylor (Steven Payne) asks Lewis to put in good a word for him to Morse.



C7: Farm, Wilkins Green Lane, Wilkins Green

THE CHAMPIONS: The Night People (Robert Asher: June 1967)
Sharron (Alexandra Bastedo) passes a farm on the way to 'The King's Head' inn in her blue convertible.

C8: The Plough, Sleapshide Lane, nr. Colney Heath

THE CHAMPIONS: The Night People (Robert Asher: June 1967)
Sharron (Alexandra Bastedo) arrives at 'The King's Head' inn in her blue convertible. Richard (William Gaunt) and Craig (Stuart Damon) arrive in a white sports car in their search for Sharron.

C9: Viaduct, East Hyde, nr. Harpenden

THE BARON: Enemy of the State (Jeremy Summers: December 1965)
Colonel Bucholz drives his white Beetle under the viaduct on his way to meet Mannering at the border.

C10: Sun Lane/High Street, Harpenden

THE BARON: Countdown (Robert Asher: October 1966)
Mannering stops off at the local estate agency to pick up the keys for Parkstone House.

C11: Luton Hoo, Park Street, Luton

INSPECTOR MORSE: Second Time Around (Paul Wheeler: 1990)
Chief Inspector Morse (John Thaw) talks over the case with Chief Inspector Patrick Dawson (Kenneth Colley) in the gardens of a venue for the Oxford Arts Festival.


: The Great Race (1982)
MURDER MOST HORRID: Dying Live (1996)
RANDALL & HOPKIRK (DECEASED): Mental Apparition Disorder (1999)

C12: Luton Hoo Station, nr. East Hyde, Luton, Bedfordshire

THE BARON: Enemy of the State (Jeremy Summers: December 1965)
Bradfield (Gary Watson) drives up to the station and overpowers the station master. Ernst Rishner (Brian Phelan), in his red Volkswagen, follows Szoblik's limousine to the station with the Baron riding on the boot. The Baron sabotages the car when it stops at the crossing. The men kidnap Szoblik (Anton Diffring) when he tells his chauffeur to get out and find out what is wrong with the car.

C13: South Hatfield

DANGER MAN: Colony Three (Don Chaffey: July 1964)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan), posing as a clerk named Fuller, arrives in Hampden new town on a double-decker bus with James Randall (Glyn Owen) and Janet Wells (Catherine Woodville). They are met by Richardson (Peter Arne) who shows them around. The following day Drake is welcomed to the village by a student (George Mikell) whilst he is being taken to the Citizens Advice Bureau by Richardson.

C14: Copt Hall Road, nr. Luton Hoo
5151'25.14"N, 022'39.26"W

THE BARON: Countdown (Robert Asher: October 1966)
Whilst driving to a meeting in the Jensen , Mannering (Steve Forest) and Cordellia are tricked into driving into a tunnel beneath railway by Hamilton (??), Allan Yates (??) and Compton (Philip Locke). Whilst Cordellia hides in the car Mannering plans their escape.
(Spotted by Jon Scott: 1980)

THE CHAMPIONS: Full Circle (John Gilling: September/October 1967)
Whilst driving in the country, Sharron Macready picks up two hitchhikers. When they begin to 'take liberties' with her she disposes of them in a railway tunnel.
(Spotted by Jon Scott: 1980)

THE SAINT: The Queen's Ransom (Roy Baker: April 1966)
After taking the road to Brunnen rather than the airport Simon Templar and Queen Adana become suspicious of their chauffer (back projection of the B653). Before Simon can smash his way through to take control of the car the chaffer drives into a railway tunnel where a yellow Ford van traps them. Eventually Simon and the Queen manage to escape.
(Spotted by Jon Scott: 1980)

THE ADVENTURER: Has Anyone Here Seen Kelly (Val Guest)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) is driving and is being followed by two men in a helicopter. He stops in the tunnel and the helicopter lands allowing one of the men to investigate. He discovers Bradley's car is empty but Gene is hiding behind the back wheels, trips him up and wrestles him to the floor.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2005)

C15: Luton Airport, Luton

THE SAINT: Queen's Ransom (Roy Baker: April 1966)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) and Queen Adana (Dawn Adams) fly into Zurich Airport to collect her jewels. They are met by a chauffer who drives them into town in a limousine. They are followed by a yellow Ford van.
(Spotted by Jon Scott,1980)

THE AVENGERS: The Superlative Seven (Sidney Hayers: March 1967)
Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) drives Steed (Patrick Macnee) in her Lotus to the plane that is to take him to party taking place somewhere over the south of England. He is met by a Stewardess (Margaret Neale) who welcomes him aboard. Other guests include Mark Dayton (Brian Blessed) and Hanna Wilde (Charlotte Rampling).
(Spotted by Ivor Williams and confirmed by Jon Scott,, November 2002)

THE SAINT: Vendetta for The Saint (Jim O’Connolly: December, 1967)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) takes off by helicopter from Naples and is flown to Capri. Later he flies back to Naples. Later Simon books a flight from Milan to Palermo from Milan Airport. Later Allessandro Destamio (Ian Hendry) arrives at Palermo Airport with Lilly (Aimi McDonald) and his men for a meeting with other mafia families.
(Spotted by Jon Scott: 2003)

DEPARTMENT S: Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: March 1969)
Luton Airport: Gerald drops Mr. Henry off at Gatwick Airport and he boards his plane for Paris. Happy that Annabelle Hurst has left in the plane, Gerald drives away in his limousine.

THE PROTECTORS: Triple Cross (John Hough: 1971)
A Securicor Van is waiting by the private plane as Harry (Rober Vaughn), the Contessa di Contini (Nyree Dawn Porter) and Charlie (John Neville) arrive to receive the cargo of precious stones. Gregor Cofax (Peter Bowles) and Cofax’s security man (Del Henney) are already waiting for them.

THE PROTECTORS: The Last Frontier (Charles Crichton: 1972)
Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) and John Eastbrook (William Lucas) arrive at the airport to meet Dr Irena Gayevska (Hildegard Neil) and Caroline (Nyree Dawn Porter). Jones Jeffries (Peter Cellier) and another British agent (Alan Harris) are also waiting for Irena.
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd, January 2024)

THE PROFESSIONALS: No Stone (Chris Burt: 1981)
George Cowley (Gordon Jackson), Bodie (Lewis Collins) and Ray Doyle (Martin Shaw) go to the airport to capture Ulrike (Sarah Neville) and her gang (Michael Praed, James Simmons and William McBain).

C16: Luton Midland Station and Luton Bute Street Station Railway Sidings
(now demolished)

THE BARON: Countdown (Robert Asher: October 1966)
The Baron is taken to a freight yard and held captive in an empty goods wagon. Cordellia watches from the Jensen as Mannering is led away.
(Spotted by Jon Scott: December 2002)

C17: Oaklands College, Smallford Campus, Hatfield Road, St. Albans

photo: Ivor Williams

THE AVENGERS: The Grave-Diggers (Quentin Lawrence: March 1965)
Establishing shot of the house of Sir Horace Winslip.
(Identified by Ivor Williams: April 2003)

C18: The Wicked Lady, Nomansland

photo: Wyn Roberts

THE SAINT: The Bunco Artists (Peter Yates: 1962)
A woman calling herself Amelia Wades arrives at The Wellington Inn, a small county pub near Netherdon, and checks in. Later Henderson, a detective arrives looking for her.

C19: Church End, Sandridge

photo: Wyn Roberts

THE SAINT: The Bunco Artists (Peter Yates: 1962)
Amelia Wades arrives in the village of Netherdon, she stops to admire the church (St. Leonards) and drives on. Later she visits the church to make an extraordinarily generous offer. After she leaves a detective arrives with news that the offer is too good to be true.

C20: Mile House Lane, St. Albans

photo: Wyn Roberts

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Title Sequence (??: 1978)
After being chased by a thug the stick figure escapes by jumping from a railway bridge onto a passing truck.
(Location identified by Jaz Wiseman and located by Wyn Roberts, November 2004)

C21: Redbourn

GIDEON'S WAY: The Firebug (Roy Baker: September 1964)
Tom Bishop (George Cole) stops off on his scooter at the local village stores (Redbourn High Street) to collect a newspaper.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2006)

C22: M1 Junction 8

THE SAINT: Marcia (John Krish: 1963)
Simon Templar drives to Birmingham from London to interview Frank Landon

GIDEON’S WAY: Boy With Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
After an argument with his father Chris Kirk stows away on a lorry heading North on the motorway.

THE BARON: Diplomatic Immunity (Leslie Norman: August 1965)
Marlowe is driving John Mannering from the airport in the Jensen. They discuss the stolen Faberge item and discover it has not been insured (driving south from Junction 8).

C23: B651 near Wheathampstead

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Title Sequence (??: 1978)
The animated stick man jumps from the top of a lorry into an over-taking sports car.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, 2005)

C24: Bishops Rise, South Hatfield

photo: Geoff Dodd

UFO: Confetti Check A-O.K. (David Lane: November 1969)
An ambulance carries Mary Straker to hospital (Bishops Rise near the junction with Hilbury).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, October 2009)

C25: Redbournbury

THE PROTECTORS: Triple Cross (John Hough: 1971)
Using the Contessa’sradio tracking van, Harry and the Contessacross a ford and pass through a farm (Redbournbury Lane and Beeson End Lane) as they home-in on Charlie’s signal.
(Identified by Andy Lawrence, February 2010).

C26: M1 Junction 10

THE SAINT: Marcia (John Krish: 1963)
Simon Templar drives to Birmingham from London to interview Frank Landon

C27: Lilley, Luton

THE AVENGERS: The See-Through Man (Robert Asher: November 1966)
Mrs Peel drives off in her Lotus after her encounter with Eleneand Ackroyd but she is pursued by Vazin’s Jaguar (along Hexton Road). The Jaguar slides on a corner and comes to a stop. Mrs Peel sees that the driver of the car has no head before he drives away.
(Identified by Jon Mayers, April 2014)

C28: Forte Post House Hotel, Breakspear Way, Hemel Hempstead (site redeveloped as a Holiday Inn)

THE BARON: The Seven Eyes of Night (Robert Asher: April 1966)
John Mannering is in France to buy "The Seven Eyes of Night". As he arrives in his Jensen at this motel and is watched by Jeff Walker and Vevel who later attempt to steal the jewels from Mannering.
(Identified by Andrew Pearce, April 2017)

C29: Old London Road Railway Station, Orient Close, St. Alban's

THE RETURN OF THE SAINT: Yesterday's Hero (Roy Ward Baker: 1978)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) follows Roy Gates (Ian Hendry) to a scrap yard (formerly Chris Wilkinson’s army surplus vehicles yard) where Gates attempts to provoke Templer to shoot him.
(Identified by Mike Smith, January 2023)

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