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H1: Northern Road, Slough, Berkshire



THE SECRET SERVICE: To Catch a Spy (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
Father Unwin, in Gabriel, follows the Jaguar carrying Sir Humphrey and Grey as it heads for Kew gardens.

H2: Wexham Park Hospital, Stoke Green, Slough, Berkshire


STRANGE REPORT: Report 4407 - HEART: 'No choice for the donor' (Robert Asher: 1968)
Strange arrives in his Taxi with Evelyn to pick up Ham.

STRANGE REPORT: Report 4821 - X RAY: 'Who weeps for the doctor' (Charles Crichton: 1968)
Ham and Evelyn attend a party at Porter's GreenHospital. The following day Strange (Anthony Quayle) and Ham (Kas Garas) arrive at the hospital in Strange's black cab. Ham leaves the hospital and bumps into a man at the entrance - recognising him as the radiologist Caine (Ewan Hooper), he gives chase. Later, looking for Nurse Peggy Gale, Ham races into the hospital grounds on his bike. Chased by Pegg (Trisha Mortimer), Miss Collingford (Ann Firbank) runs to the roof of the hospital and threatens to kill herself. Strange arrives at the hospital with the police and races to the roof as Peggy tries to talk Miss Collingford down. Ham gets to the roof just in time and pulls Peggy and Miss Collingford down. Both women are taken away by Franklin (Nicholas Selby). Strange and Ham watch from the roof as the police cars pull out of the car park.

THE SECRET SERVICE: School for Spies (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
A fake priest ends up in hospital.

UFO: The Long Sleep (Jeremy Summers: August 1970)
Straker goes to visit Catherine in hospital.

Film:
DOCTOR IN CLOVER (1966)

H3: Windsor, Berkshire

THE PERSUADERS!: Someone Waiting (Peter Medak: 1971)
Danny, Brett and Dwyer drive past the Mitre pub (Oxford Road / Vansittart Road) towing the ‘Sinclair Special’ as they return from the motor racing circuit. Danny, Brett and Dwyer turn a corner (into Vansittart Road from Albert Street, driving past the Bexley Arms pub) towing the ‘Sinclair Special’ as they return from the motor racing circuit. They are followed by Carrie. Later Brett (Roger Moore) is tipped off by Lyndon and drives BS1 to an empty house, 20 Park Way (Osbourne Road, demolished), to investigate who was employing him. He gets out of the car and walks up to the house and enters.
(Jaz Wiseman July 2006)

   

THE NEW AVENGERS: Target (Ray Austin: July 1976)
After overhearing Draker’s plan, Dick Palmer (Robert Tayman) staggers towards a nearby telephone box (Adelaide Square) to warn Steed about the attempt on George Myers life. Draker (Keith Baron) and Klokoe (Deep Roy) are there to watch him draw his final breath before driving away.
(Identified by Al (Smudge) Samujh, October 2007)

   

THE NEW AVENGERS: Trap (Ray Austin: Spring 1977)
During a drugs investigation, Purdey (Joanna Lumley) drives Marty Brine (Stuart Damon) in her yellow Triumph (down Castle Hill, along the High Street and along Frances Road) to a rendezvous with Steed. At the rendezvous (Edinburgh Gardens), Purdey and Marty Brine are met by Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt). Purdey, Marty Brine, Steed and Gambit watch one of Soo Choy's men posing as a street cleaner (in Gloucester Place). When a car drives past and drops off a consignment of drugs they give chase. Marty is shot by Soo Choy's man. Steed and Gambit chase the man into the a multi-story car park (Victoria Street) where he falls to his death after Steed prevents him from shooting Gambit.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Armageddon Alternative (Leslie Norman: 1978)
Fred (George Cole) leaves the M4 motorway at junction 6 on his way home. A few hours later Simon's Jaguar XJS leaves the motorway at the same junction and parks by the roundabout whilst Simon (Ian Ogilvy) and Lynne Jackson (AnouskaHemple) attempt to work out where the bomber took Simon the previous night. They are seen by Fred who quickly drives away.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Arrangement (Peter Medek: ???)
Sir Trevor Stevens is persuaded by his wife to visit his riverside boathouse late at night (by WindsorTownBridge).

Films:
CARRY ON CABBY (1963)

H4: Eton, Berkshire



THE NEW AVENGERS: The Midas Touch (Robert Fuest: Spring 1976)
Freddy (John Carson) sees an old colleague, Steed (Patrick Macnee), getting into a taxi outside The Cock Pit on Windsor Road.

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Lion And The Unicorn (Ray Austin: 1977)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) foils the Unicorn's attempted assassination of a Minister (Gerald Sim) outside the conference hall (Eton College School Hall & School Library).
(Identified by Gareth Hughes June 2001)

INSPECTOR MORSE: Absolute Conviction (Antonia Bird: 1991)
Hillary Stevens (Diana Quick) goes to see Morse (John Thaw) during choir practice to talk to him about a series of thefts at the prison.

H5: 225 Bath Road, Slough, Berkshire



UFO: E.S.P. (Ken Turner: November 1969)
Croxley (John Stratton) leaves work by the factory's side gate and is met by his wife, Stella (Deborah Stanford). They arrive at the main entrance and Croxley leaves his wife to see Dr. Ward. Straker and Freeman arrive at the main entrance later to see Dr. Ward.

H6: Billet Lane and Hollybush Lane, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire

UFO: The Long Sleep (Jeremy Summers: August 1970)
After escaping from the farm Catherine (Tessa Wyatt) manages to get a lift from a passing van driver (John Garrie). His van pulls off the road into a car park (Langley Park car park) and Catherine is attacked by the van driver and runs in front of Commander Straker's (Ed Bishop) car.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Tale of the Big Why (Robert Feust: August 1976)
Gambit (Gareth Hunt) drives Purdey (Joanna Lumley) in his white Range Rover to some cherry orchards. Poole (Rowland Davis) and Roach (Gary Waldhorn) are waiting for them in their car and they follow.

Film:
HELL DRIVERS (1957)

H7: Black Park Lake, BlackPark, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire



DANGER MAN: The Man With The Foot (Jeremy Summers: January 1966)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) goes alone into the woods to recover the wolf cubs from the wolves’ layer. Later John Drake is ice fishing watched by Derringham (Bernard Lee). Derringham is in turn being watched by Soleby (Hugh McDermott) and Monkton (Robert Urquhart). Mockton holds Derringham at gun point while Soleby goes after Drake. Drake manages to disarm Soleby who escapes in his car, Drakes chases after him in his Mini.

THE SAINT: The Paper Chase (Leslie Norman: August 1966)
After stealing a military car, Simon Templar, Eric Redman and Hanya arrive at the East German checkpoint. They drive off the road and Simon tells the others to wait in the woods while he prepares for a boarder crossing.

THE SAINT: The Death Game (Leslie Norman: November 1966)
Gretl boards a motorboat moored by the lake and is ferried across to the other side to report to Vogler. Later Jenny (Angela Douglas) also takes a boat across the lake to warn Simon that he has been unmasked.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Somebody Loses...Somebody Wins (John Glen: April 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) makes a daring escape as he crashes through an East German border post. He is helped across the border by West German guards where he is met by Fedora (Peter Hager).

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Essay In Evil (Freddie Francis: June 1967)
Felix De Burg (Peter Vaughn), Harris (Maurice Good) and Peters (John Cairney) kidnap McGill (Richard Bradford) and take him to Masters' boat house where they are planning to plant a mine in the path of his boat. George Masters (Donald Houston) arrives and his butler, Crick (Peter Brace), is shot by De Burg. Masters' wife, Lucinda (Wendy Hall), arrives and De Burg is shot. Harris shoots Peters in a struggle and Masters' is blown up a he attempts to escape in his boat.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Man Who Stood Still (Peter Duffel: Summer 1967)
A Spanish taxi driver (Richard Montez) takes (Rupert Davies) and his daughter (JeannaL'Esty) to look at a lake-side house which was raised to the ground during the Civil War. Later McGill the same driver takes McGill past the lake.

THE SAINT: The People Importers (Ray Austin: 1968)
The illegal immigrants are being driven from the Sussex coast to London in a van. The van swerves to avoid another vehicle and bursts a tyre leaving the immigrants stranded.

UFO: Identified (Gerry Anderson: April/May 1969)
Peter Calin (Peter Gordeno), Leila (Edwina Carroll) and Jean investigate something mysterious in the woods. They discover a UFO but are suddenly attacked by an alien.

UFO: Computer Affair (David Lane: May 1969)
A team SHADO operatives led by Mark Bradlley (Harry Baird) investigate a crashed UFO in Canada. After a fire fight they manage to capture an alien (Gito Santana) alive.

UFO: The Square Triangle (David Lane: September 1969)
Liz Newton (AdrenneCorri) and Cass Fowler (Patrick Mower) arrive at the Newton's country home (BlackPark Lodge). Later that night an unexpected visitor pays a call. A SHADO operative later escorts Liz to a nearby SHADO Jeep where Cass is already waiting.



UFO: The Sound of Silence (David Lane: May 1970)
Russ (Michael Jayston) and Anne (Susan Jameson) exercise their horses in the wood and find a tramp, Cully (Nigel Gregory), camped by the lake. Paul Foster (Michael Billington) suspects that a UFO is hiding in the lake whilst searching for Russ.

THE PERSUADERS!: Five Miles To Midnight (Val Guest: 1970)
Brett (Roger Moore), Danny (Tony Curtis) and Sidney (Joan Collins) wish farewell to Judge Fulton (Laurence Naismith) and Frank Rocco (Robert Hutton) as they depart by helicopter. After finding out that man who has left was not the real Rocco but an American agent, Sidney drives off in the Land Rover leaving Danny and Brett to walk back.

THE PERSUADERS!: Chain Of Events (Peter Hunt: Peter Hunt 1970)
After a night sleeping rough Danny (Tony Curtis) leaves Brett (Roger Moore) sleeping in luxury tent to go fishing in the lake. On the way he meets a man in the woods (Peter Vaughan) and sees a girl (Suzanna Leigh) looking for someone. Whilst fishing Danny finds a fatally injured parachutist who fastens a briefcase to has arm before he dies. Later Danny is confronted by Britten (George Baker) and Brett is asked to leave the land by a policeman (Neil Wilson).

THE PERSUADERS!: Greensleeves (David Greene: 1970)
Brett (Roger Moore), posing as an actor, goes riding with Melanie (Rosemary Nichols) by the lake.

THE PERSUADERS!: Read and Destroy (Val Guest: 1971)
Brett Sinclair (Roger Moore) searches for Felix Meadows (Joss Ackland) whilst they are out shooting.

THE PERSUADERS!: A Home of One's Own (James Hill: 1971)
Danny (Tony Curtis) takes Brett (Roger Moore) in his Land Rover to see his new house in the country.

THE ADVENTURER: Counterstrike (Director Paul Dickson: 1972).
Gene Bradley's (Gene Barry) glider crash-lands in an East German forest. Bradley leaves the glider and walks through the forest where is shot at by an unseen marksman.

SPACE:1999: The Rules of Luton (Val Guest: April 1976)
Commander Koenig (Martin Landau) and Maya (Catherine Schell) swim across a river to avoid the three aliens that they are being forced to fight. Alien transporter (Godfrey James) drowns in the lake when he flees from the lion into which Maya has transformed. Alien Strong (David Jackson) and Alien Invisible (Roy Marsden) eventually cross the river on a floating log.

THE NEW AVENGERS: To Catch A Rat (James Hill: Summer 1976)
The White Rat passes through a checkpoint in Eastern Europe.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Dead Men Are Dangerous (Sidney Hayers: Spring 1977)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) drops Mark Crayford (Clive Revill) at an iron curtain border.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Angels of Death (Ernest day: Summer 1977)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Purdey (Joanna Lumley) wait for agent Martin at the East German border. He smashes through the border gates in his lorry only to be shot by Coldstream (DinsdaleLanden).

THE PROFFESIONALS: Runner (Martin Campbell: 1979)
Glover (James Cosmo) dumps the stolen weapons in the lake. Later Bodie (Lewis Collins) and Doyle (Martin Shaw) meet Cowley (Gordon Jackson) at the lake.

THE PROFFESIONALS: Dead Reckoning (Denis Lewiston: 1979)
Batak (Derek Godfrey) is exchanged for Vashunin (Gabor Vernon) at the Bulgarian Border.

Films:
CARVE HER NAME WITH PRIDE (1958)
DEVILS OF DARKNESS (1964)
ISLAND OF TERROR (1967)
THE SPY WITH A COLD NOSE (1966)
GO FOR A TAKE (1972)
I DON’T WANT TO BE BORN (1975)
SUPERMAN 2 (1981)

Television:
CARRY ON LAUGHING: The Nine Old Cobblers (1975)
BLAKE'S 7: The Web (1978)
DOCTOR WHO: Full Circle (1980)
DOCTOR WHO: The Visitation (1982)
DOCTOR WHO: Castrovalva (1982)
DOCTOR WHO: Battlefield (1989)
HART TO HART:Harts and Hounds (1983)
JEEVES AND WOOSTER (1993)
DIANA - HER TRUE STORY (1993)
PAUL MERTON THE SERIES (1993)
THE ALL NEW ALEXEI SAYLE SHOW (1993)

H8: Pinewood Studios, Pinewood Road, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire



THE AVENGERS: The Fear Merchants (Gordon Flemyng: September 1966)
Steed's Bentley pulls up at a road junction (Pinewood Road and Alderbourne Lane), having lost sight of Crawley's Rolls.

STRANGE REPORT: Report 8319 - GRENADE: 'What Price Change?' (Charles Crichton: Early 1968)
As the double-decker bus drives along the country road (Pinewood Road), Gynt (Kaz Garas) gives the conductor (John Hamilton) an urgent message before continuing jumping out to follow Walker (Anthony Corlan).

STRANGE REPORT: Report 8944-HAND: 'A matter of witchcraft' (Peter Duffell: 1968)
The Adam Strange (Anthony Quayle) visits Blakesley Police Station (Gate House) and talks to a police sergeant (Peter Welch) about the killings twenty years ago.

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Case For the Bishop (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
Gabriel, with Father Unwin aboard, is pursued along a country road (Pinewood Road) by a police car. Father Unwin stops and attempts to explain the importance of his mission to a police officer.

UFO: Timelash (Cyril Frankel: August 1970)
After a night-time UFO attack Commander Straker (Ed Bishop) and ColonelVirginiaLake (Wanda Ventham) arrive at Harlington Straker Studio gates in Straker's car and find themselves in daylight.

THE ADVENTURER: To The Lowest Bidder (Val Guest, 1972)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) parks his car at the Parkington School for Girls (Hetherden Hall) and goes into the gardens looking for Sarah Cookson (Jane Asher) where is spotted by schoolgirl Lizzy (Gillain Bailey) who offers to take him to see Sarah. They walk through the old stable block building.
Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, March 2006

Films:
HAWKS (1988)

H9: Fulmer Hall, Fulmer, nr. Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire


Fulmer Hall

THE NEW AVENGERS: Hostage (Sidney Hayers: Spring 1977)
Walters (Michael Culver) parks his car on the road outside Steed's estate to watch the house and follows as Steed leaves in a Rover 3500, intercepting Steed's post on the way.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Dead Men Are Dangerous (Sidney Hayers: Spring 1977)
Hara (Terry Taplin) arrives at Steed's house to plant a bomb and departs. There is an explosion and Steed (Patrick Macnee) dashes outside to find his Bentley blown to pieces. The same day Purdey (Joanna Lumley) answers the doorbell and finds a coffin with John Steed's name on it. She calls Steed out of the house to investigate. After returning from hospital Steed is lured out of his house by a loudspeaker set up in the woods nearby..


Fulmer Hall gates

THE NEW AVENGERS: Medium Rare (Ray Austin: Spring 1977)
Purdey (Joanna Lumley) and Steed (Patrick Macnee) escort Victoria Stanton (Sue Holderness) out of Steed's house to her car as Gambit (Gareth Hunt) arrives. They discover that the tyres on Steed's yellow Rover have been let down. Steed persuades Gambit to drive him to his headquarters in his Jaguar and Purdey is left to investigate. She narrowly misses being attacked by Richards (Jeremy Wilkin).

THE NEW AVENGERS: Obsession (Ernest Day: Spring 1977)
General Canvey (Mark Kingston) leaves Steeds party.

H10: Denham, Buckinghamshire



SABER OF LONDON: The Killer and The Kid (1957/59)
William Masters (Harry Fowler) is tracked down by the police to Mrs. Barlow's rooming house. He escapes after killing a policeman.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: All That Glitters (Herbert Wise: August/September 1966)
A street in the village of Norton.

THE AVENGERS: Return of the Cybernauts (Robert Day: 22nd May 1967)
The scientist's house (Denham Place) seen from the Cybernaut's point of view as it arrives to kidnap its first victim.

THE CHAMPIONS: Project Zero (Don Sharp: Autumn 1967)
Dr. Travis (John Moore) and Sharron (Alexandra Bastedo) both run for help to a village post office.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: For The Girl Who Has Everything (Cyril Frankel: Summer 1968)
Scenes for the village near Crake Castle with the Buttery Cafe, including Marty trying to get help for Jeff from a police sergeant (George Lee) and a girl (Carol Dilworth) with a dog.

DEPARTMENT S: The Man From 'X' (Gil Taylor: Early 1969)
Jason falls amongst thieves when, posing as Max Rinston. He is taken to hold up at the gang's headquarters in the country (The White House, Village Road).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, June 2007)

THE PERSUADERS!: Greensleeves (David Greene: 1970)
Danny (Tony Curtis) drives his Ferrari into a lane (behind the church off Old Mill Road) to meet Brett (Roger Moore). After a short discussion, they jump over the wall to gain access to the grounds of the Greensleeves mansion.

THE PERSUADERS!: Take Seven (Sidney Hayers: October 1970)
Danny and Brett are chasing the assassin ,The Major (Colin Vancao) (in the grounds of Pinewood Studios). When the Major uses his ladder to climb the wall to get to his car, which it is parked in the a country lane (behind the church off Old Mill Road). Later, Brett drives past the church yard on his way to stop Jenny Lindley meeting her brother alone.
(Jaz Wiseman, September 2011)

THE PERSUADERS!: The Time and the Place (Roger Moore: March 1971)
The game keeper, Thompson (David Lodge), takes Brett (Roger Moore) and Danny (Tony Curtis) to see Lord Croxton (Ian Hendry) who is shooting clay pigeons outside his house (Denham Place). The butler arrives to inform the party that Richard team is about to leave. Later Lord Sinclair follows Danny's kidnappers down Cheapside Lane and arrives at a village in his Aston Martin DBS after Danny. He is about to give up the chase when Danny's Ferrari drives past and he follows it.

HAMMER HOUSE OF MYSTERY AND SUSPENSE: The Sweet Scent of Death (Peter Sasdy: December 1983)
Greg Denver (Dean Stockwell) and his wife Ann (Shirley Knight) visit the village to pick up the key for their new home from the estate agency.

INSPECTOR MORSE: Twilight of the Gods (Herbert Wise: 1993)
Morse (John Thaw) drives Lewis (Kevin Whately) to Charlton Woodvill in his Jaguar. On the way Lewis suggests they stop for a drink a village but Morse declines.

Film:
THE SQUARE PEG (1958)
CAPTAIN CLEGG (1962)
MURDER AT THE GALLOP (1963)
MURDER A'HOY (1964)
DROP DEAD DARLING (1966)
KADOYNG (1972)

Television:
LUCY IN LONDON (1966)
HART TO HART: Harts and Hounds
(1983)

H11: Heatherden Hall Gates, Pinewood Road, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire


photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Sitting Pigeon (Gerry O'Hara: March 1967)
Rufus and McGill are seen leaving the Botanical Gardens by a hot dog vendor. That night Geordie (Shaun Lynch) climbs over the wall an his way to deal with Rufus.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Property Of A Gentleman (Peter Duffell: Summer 1967)
Doctor Vance arrives in his car at the gates of Chester Farson's house and is let in by Logan (Victor Brooks). Some time later McGill (Richard Bradford) pretends that his Hillman has suffered a flat tyre outside the gates and he watches Jane Farson (Justine Lord) arrive in her Rolls Royce and is refused entrance by Logan and her brother, Gerald (Terence Alexander).

STRANGE REPORT: Report No.2475 - REVENGE: 'When a man hates' (Charles Crichton: November 1968)
Strange and Inspector Jenner arrive in a police car at the gates of The Sandrom Academy to question Bill about Michael's father, Hanson.

STRANGE REPORT: Report 4407 - HEART:'No choice for the donor' (Robert Asher: July/August 1968)
Ham is kidnapped by Segarus (Kenneth Griffith) in a white Jaguar and taken through the gates of the house, stopping to give instructions to the guards on the way. The police arrive and arrest the guards while Strange (Anthony Quayle) goes to look for his friend.

THE PERSUADERS!: Greensleeves (David Greene: 1970)
Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) arrives in his Ferrari at Greensleeves' gates posing as a tourist and is refused admission by a gamekeeper.

THE PERSUADERS!: Take Seven (Sidney Hayers: October 1970)
Danny racing to save Jenny, in his red Ferrari, arrives at the gates of the Lindley country seat.

THE PERSUADERS!: Read and Destroy (Roy Ward Baker: 1971)
Ivan Ivanov (Harvey Hall) is stopped by Heidi (Kate O'Mara) and Ingrid (MagdaKonoppka) as they arrive at Brett's cousins' house looking for their husband, Felix. Later Benson (Brian Hayes) arrives on his motorbike.

THE NEW AVENGERS: To Catch A Rat (James Hill: Summer 1976)
Gunner (Ian Hendry) watches as a police car arrives at Quaintance's house.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Hostage (Sidney Hayers: Spring 1977)
Walters in a BMW attempts to follow Steed as he leaves for a meeting in a Rover 3500, but Steed loses him by doubling back in the gateway.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Medium Rare (Ray Austin: Spring 1977)
In an attempt to frame John Steed, Richards (Jeremy Wilkin) parks his car inside the Bulgarian Embassy.

H12: Canal Bridge 189, Benbow Waye, Cowley, Greater London



UFO: The Long Sleep (Jeremy Summers: August 1970)
Catherine (Tessa Wyatt) recalls how she threw an alien mechanism into a house boat on the canal. Paul Foster (Michael Billington) arrives in his car at the bridge to search for the device but finds the body of the house boat's owner instead.

H13: Five Points/Crooked Billet Roundabout, A412, A4007 and Pinewood Road, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Property Of A Gentleman (Peter Duffell: Summer 1967)
McGill persuades Doctor Vance to drive him and Jane to Chester Farson's house (along the A412).

STRANGE REPORT: Report 4407 - HEART:'No choice for the donor' (Robert Asher: 1968)
Wilson in car A16, positioned at Duke Roundabout is put on alert for the white Jaguar carrying Ham.

H14: Alderbourne Arches, Hawkswood Lane, Fulmer, Buckinghamshire



THE BARON: Night of the Hunter (Roy Baker: July 1966)
Daniella helps Madame Nicharos escape from the villa where she is being held and is taken to a car waiting by the ford.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Sweet Sue (Robert Tronson: September 1966)
McGill (Richard Bradford) tries to get to know Sue Mandell (Judy Geeson) by the pool at an luxury hotel, but her two boyfriends, Charles (David Cole) and Colin (Peter Blyth) arrive on the scene.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Iron Man (John Moxey: June 1967)
A small group of assassins break into El Caudillo's villa on an exercise. Richard, Craig and Sharon are sent to the villa as undercover bodyguards. Craig (Stuart Damon) patrols the grounds. That night three assassins attempt to break into the house but Craig manages to deal with two of them on his own.

DEPARTMENT S: The Double Death of Charlie Crippen (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
Jason manages to talk his way into the Villa Fantelle but after the rest of the Department S team arrive the house is attacked by rebels.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Eagles Nest (Desmond Davis: April 1976)
In the van, carrying the kidnapped Von Claus, Ralph (Jerold Wells) spots Gambit following and prepares to jump out of the van (passing the gates of Alderbourne Arches, Hawkswood Lane) .

Film:
HELL DRIVERS (1957)

H15: Fulmer, Buckinghamshire

 
photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Dead Man's Shoes (Peter Duffell: May 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) asks the villagers for directions to the home of John Gilson but they refuse to speak to him. Soon after this a policeman (?) prevents McGill from being beaten up by a gang of locals. McGill retires to the Black Horse for a drink. Later McGill discusses John Gilson with the Vicar (Noel Howlett) in the churchyard and they stop to admire the dovecote.

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Case For the Bishop (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
The Father Unwin and Matthew aboard Gabriel, are chased through the village by the Dreisenberg Ambassador and his aide in a stolen police car.

STRANGE REPORT: Report 2493 - Kidnap "Whose pretty girl are you?" (Peter Duffell: 1969)
Strange (Anthony Quayle) arrives with Inspector Hughes () in a police car to ask about the photo they have of the kidnapper. They are directed to Alison Manor.

THE PERSUADERS!: Greensleeves (David Greene: 1970)
Danny drives Brett to the Lord's local pub in his red Ferrari so that he can use the secret passage there to get into his ancestral home unnoticed.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Target (Ray Austin: July 1976)
Purdey (Joanna Lumley) drives George Myers (Malcolm Stoddard) to the shooting range.

H16: Leys Farm, Thompkins Lane, East Burnham, Buckinghamshire



MAN IN A SUITCASE: Which Way Did He Go McGill? (Freddie Francis: Late 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) visits the farm to talk to Joy Hallows (Jennifer Jayne) about the people with her in a photograph he has been given. Later McGill visits the her stables again to search for clues and he finds the body of George, but Joy finds McGill and knocks him out. Earle (Donald Sutherland) arrives at the house looking for his share of the loot and McGill has to dodge a hail of bullets as he attempts to save Joy.

H17: Stoke Park House, Stoke Poges Golf Course, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire 

THE SAINT: The Man Who Liked Lions (Jeremy Summers: July 1966)
Simon gatecrashes Tiberio's party with Claudia.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Eagle's Nest (Desmond Davis: April 1976)
Gambit (Gareth Hunt) arrives at the lecture given by Von Claus (Peter Cushing). As Gambit talks to Brown-Fitch (Trevor Baxter), Ralph (Jerold Wells) jumps out of the window into a waiting van with Von Claus. Gambit races out of the building and borrows a car to chase after the kidnappers. The van is checked through the gates (East Drive gates) by a security man who is almost knocked over as Gambit races after it.

Film:
DEAD OF NIGHT (1945)
GOLDFINGER (1964)

H18: Foxlea Manor, Dorney Wood Road, Burnaham, Buckinghamshire



THE SECRET SERVICE (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
Foxlea Manor is Father Unwin's vicarage in the title sequence and is seen in most episodes.

H19: Albion, Common Road, Slough, Berkshire (demolished)

STRANGE REPORT: Report 1553: Racist: 'A most dangerous proposal' (Peter Duffell: August 1968)
Adam Strange watches from the taxi as Hamlyn Gynt (Kaz Garas) delivers his own version of the Paris edition of the Herald Tribune to Albert Drake’s flat.  and Gynt watch from the taxi as Drake (Karl Held) can appears with the paper and drives off, Strange and Gynt follow in the taxi.

UFO: The Psychobombs (Jeremy Summers: July 1970)
Paul Foster (Michael Billington) is sent to question Linda Simmons (Deborah Grant) and he is waiting outside her apartment block when she arrives.

H20: The Coachouse, Sevenhills Road, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire



DEPARTMENT S: The Man In The Elegant Room (Cyril Frankel: Spring 1968)
Annabelle Hurst follows Selina Trenton's Lotus Elan and arrives at a farmhouse near St. Albans where she is captured by Selina. That night two million pounds worth of drugs are delivered by a helicopter which is met by Burton (Michael Robbins).

UFO: The Long Sleep (Jeremy Summers: August 1970)
Catherine Frazer (Tessa Wyatt) is taken to a farm by Tim (Christian Roberts) where they experiment with mind altering drugs. A UFO arrives and its two occupants plant a bomb in the cellar. Tim takes part of the bomb and after a chase is killed when he falls from the roof. ten years later Straker (Ed Bishop) and Foster (Michael Billington) arrive at the farm but are too late to stop Tim from activating the bomb. A bomb disposal expert (Christopher Robbie) is sent for and his squad help load the bomb aboard a Space Dumper.

THE PERSUADERS!:Chain Of Events (Peter Hunt: Peter Hunt 1970)
Pursued through the woods, Danny (Tony Curtis) takes refuge in a farm building. Just as he gets inside Lance Schubert (Peter Vaughan) arrives.  He is there to meet four men (James Beckett, Rocky Taylor, Peter Brace and Larry Taylor) who arrive in a Landrover. Danny watches as Schubert distributes police uniforms to the men so that they can hunt down Danny unmolested. 
(Spotted by Sam Denham, October 2010)

THE PERSUADERS!: That's Me Over There (Leslie Norman: 1971)
Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) and Anne Summers (Susan Farmer) are kidnapped by Thaddeus Krane (Geoffrey Keen) and taken by Rolls Royce to a nearby farm where Krane's men, Lloyd (Derek Newark) and Mather (Peter Gilmore), threaten the girl in order to retrieve the incriminating evidence they have on Krane. Brett (Roger Moore) arrives just in time in a sports car driven by Prue and the two men manage to overcome the villains in the fist fight that ensues.

Film:
THE HI-JACKERS (1963)

H21: Iver Grove, Wood Lane, Shreding Green, Buckinghamshire



MAN IN A SUITCASE: Essay In Evil (Freddie Francis: June 1967)
Lucinda Masters (Wendy Hall) is thrown out of the house by Crick.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, March 2016)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Why They Killed Nolan
(Charles Crichton: July 1967)
Nolan (Sam Kidd) sneaks through the undergrowth to take a photograph of Mrs Arnoldson (Ursula Howells) in her country house. He is spotted by the chauffeur who pursues his through the grounds with a gun. Nolan manages to vault the wall and escape in his car. Later McGill (Richard Bradford) follows Mr Arnoldson's car to the house in a taxi. McGill pays the driver to wait for him while he enters the grounds under the cover of darkness, but Arnoldson and the chauffeur are waiting for him.

STRANGE REPORT: Report 8944-HAND: 'A matter of witchcraft' (Peter Duffell: 1968)
The Adam Strange drives his taxi into the grounds of The Spence private schoolto ask dean Rollins about the mathematics teacher who left suddenly twenty years ago.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Trap (Ray Austin: Spring 1977)
Soo Choy (Terry Wood) watches as his men leave the house to search for survivors of the plane crash. Later Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Purdey (Joanna Lumley) arrive at the house in a jeep disguised as escort and prisoner.

Film:
HELL DRIVERS (1957)

H22: Langley Park, Uxbridge Road, Buckinghamshire



THE PERSUADERS!:That's Me Over There (Leslie Norman: 1971)
Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) arrives at the Speakington Auction, in a Rolls Royce, posing as Lord Sinclair. Later Danny is kidnapped by Krane and Brett (Roger Moore) attempts to give chase in his Aston Martin DBS but he is held at gunpoint by Prentice (Neil Hallett) who forces him into his car. Prue (Juliet Harmer) leaves the auction and follows in her sports car.

Television:
THE GOODIES (1973)

H23: Slough Trading Estate, Slough, Berkshire



THE SECRET SERVICE: A Case For the Bishop (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
In a modern industrial estate (Oxford Avenue and Banbury Avenue) the offices of Healey Automation Computer Export Division (704 Stirling Road) are broken into ant the top secret Healey XK20 mini computer stolen.



THE SECRET SERVICE: May Day May Day! (Alan Perry: Autumn 1968)
Achmed and the King's brother arrive at Precision Instrument Makers (Sovereign Plastics, Stirling Road) to collect a timing mechanism from Joe.

H24: Uxbridge Road, Slough, Berkshire

THE SAINT: The World Beater (Leslie Norman: Summer 1968)
Simon Templar and Kay Collingwood set off on the first leg of the race (nr junction of Diamond Road).
(Identified by Sam Denham, July 2003)

INSPECTOR MORSE: Absolute Conviction (Antonia Bird: 1991)
Morse (John Thaw), Lewis (Kevin Whately) and D. S. Cheetham (Steven Mackintosh) go to interview Brian Thornton (Richard Wilson) in the prison gardens (Slough Nurseries). Charlie Bennett (Jim Broadbent) is also working in the garden.

H25: Alderbourne Arches/Ford, Hawkswood Lane, Fulmer


 photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Dead Man's Shoes (Peter Duffell: May 1967)
The Vicar is attacked by two motorcyclists at the ford and is killed.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Iron Man (John Moxey: June 1967)
Carlos (Stephen Berkoff) and Cabello (Norman Florence) are dropped off at a ford to watch El Caudillo's villa.

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Case For the Bishop (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
The Father Unwin, in Gabriel, is chased through the ford by the Dreisenberg Ambassador and his aide in a stolen police car. The two cars continue along the country lanes (Fulmer Common Road and Black Park Road).

HAMMER HOUSE OF MYSTERY AND SUSPENSE: The Sweet Scent of Death (Peter Sasdy: December 1983)
Greg and Ann Denver drive to their new home.

Video:
The Pretenders: DON'T GET ME WRONG (1986)

H26: Rowley Lane

STRANGE REPORT: Report 2493 - Kidnap "Whose pretty girl are you?" (Daniel Petrie: 1969)
Toby (Ian Ogilvy) crashes his Mini with Jennifer (Sally Geeson) aboard. Toby walks off leaving Jennifer to be found by Strange (Anthony Quayle), Gynt (Kas Garas) and Inspector Hughes () who arrives in a police car.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Obsession (Ernest Day: Spring 1977)
Morgan sets a trap for the dispatch rider carrying the film to headquarters (the rider drives along Black Park Road through the junction with Rowley Lane) .

H27: Hag Hill Lane/Hitcham Road, Taplow

THE SECRET SERVICE: The Cure (Leo Eaton: Autumn 1968)
A miniaturised Gabriel under a railway bridge (Hitcham Road) on his way to warn of the sabotage attempt on the GK2. Father Unwin drives Gabriel, now restored to its original size, from under the bridge (Hag Hill Lane).

H28: The Crown, Crown Lane, East Burnham



THE AVENGERS: Killer (Cliff Owen: September 1968)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Lady Diana (Jennifer Croxton) arrive at The Pirate, Lower Storpington, looking for Remak. Brinstead (William Franklyn) and Merridan (Grant Taylor) arrive and Brinstead lures them away from the pub whilst Merridan deals with one of Mother's agents. On returning to The Pirate they notice a coach leaving a nearby factory and Lady Diana follows it whilst Steed investigates the factory.

H29: The Garden Centre, East Burnham Lane, East Burnham



THE SECRET SERVICE: The Cure (Leo Eaton: Autumn 1968)
Sakov arrives in England and as he is driven towards Greenways Nursing Home he is followed by B.I.S.H.O.P. agents.

H30: East Burnham Park, Allerds Road, East Burnham



THE SECRET SERVICE: The Deadly Whisper (Leo Eaton: Autumn 1968)
Anne Soams calls her Father from a phone box just outside London, then gets in her car and drives away.

H31: Fulmer Lane/St. Huberts Lane/Hawkswood Lane Junction, Fulmer


 
photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: All That Glisters (Herbert Wise: August 1966)
McGill drives his Hillman back and forth along the Marston Gurney road and turns at the junction.

STRANGE REPORT: Report 5055 Cult: 'Murder Shrieks Out' (Charles Crichton: September 1968)
Police cars race to the Cyprus Fund cult Headquaters, Cyprus Grove (along Fulmer Lane then turning onto Hawkswood Lane).

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Case For The Bishop (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
Father Unwin and Matthew speed round the junction as they attempt to evade the Dreisenberg Ambassador who is pursuing them.

THE SECRET SERVICE: School For Spies (Ken Turner: Autumn 1968)
Father Unwin stops at the Downham/Pennyridge junction in Gabriel to give directions to the lost Brother Jess. After he drives away, Father Unwin (Stanley Unwin) corrects the road sign he changed earlier.

THE SECRET SERVICE: A Question Of Miracles (Leo Eaton: Autumn 1968)
Father Unwin drives to Port Trennick in Gabriel

H32: Quarry Cottages, Willets Lane, Nr. Rush Green



THE NEW AVENGERS: Cat Amongst the Pigeons (John Hough: June 1976)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) is attacked by a bird (on the M40 Bridge) of prey hidden in his Range Rover and drives his car into the back of a furniture van to calm the bird. Steed reverses out of the van and through a four-poster bed.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Eagles Nest (Desmond Davis: April 1976)
Gambit helped himself to a white Citroen to follow the van from the conference centre (Southlands Road at the junction with Hollybush Lane looking towards New House Farm). Gambit (Gareth Hunt) follows the van carrying the kidnapped Von Claus along the lane but is spotted by Ralph as they reach the bridge (Hollybush Lane). At the next bend Ralph (Jerold Wells) jumps out of the van and waits, gun in hand, for Gambit. Gambits car is hit and runs off the road, but he is unharmed and a fight ensues.
(expanded with the help of geoff Dodd, March 2013)

Television:
THE SWEENEY: Chalk and Cheese (1975)

H33: St. Huberts, St. Huberts Lane, Gerrards Cross



THE PERSUADERS!: Chain Of Events (Peter Hunt: 1970)
Danny (Tony Curtis) and Brett (Roger Moore) arrive at the Rogers Nursing Home.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Cat Amongst The Pigeons (John Hough: June 1976)
The Sanctury of Wings run by Professor Zarcardi (Vladek Sheybal).

THE PROFFESIONALS: Dead Reckoning (Denis Lewiston: 1979)
Anna Batak (Carol Royle) is taken to King’s Lodge to meet the real Stephan Batak (Alan Tilvern). Michael (Michael Hadley) and a Bulgarian officer (Jeffrey Chiswick) are already there to meet them. Bodie (Lewis Collins), Doyle (Martin Shaw) and Cowley (Gordon Jackson) arrive just in time.

THE PROFFESIONALS: The Madness of Mickey Hamilton (William Brayne: 1979)
Hamilton (Ian McDiarmid) goes to visit his daughter Cathy at the nursing home near Reading. He is met by the Reverend Mother (Myrtle Moss).

THE PROFFESIONALS: Blood Sports (Phil Meheux: 1980)
A CI5 man (Gerald Martin) watches as Captain Hidalgo (Michael Griffiths) leaves his residence in a Rolls Royce. Anita Cabreros (Michelle Newell) sees Rene Lacoste (Yves Beneyton) arrive at the house. Doyle (Martin Shaw)arrives to investigate.

THE PROFFESIONALS: A Man Called Quinn (Horace Ové: 1981)
At Repton Hospital, Quinn (Del Harvey) is chopping logs. A nurse (MalcomeMudie) tells him to go inside for treatment where a man posing as one of the Doctors (Steven Berkoff) tries to inject him. Quin escapes chased by orderlies. Later Cowley (Gordon Jackson) goes to interview a doctor (Christopher Scoular) about Quinn. Soon after Bodie(Lewis Collins) and Doyle (Martin Shaw) arrive.

HAMMER HOUSE OF MYSTERY AND SUSPENSE: The Sweet Scent of Death (Peter Sasdy: December 1983)
Greg and Ann Denver arrive at their new home.

INSPECTOR MORSE: The Remorseful Day (Jack Gold: 2000)
Yvonne Harrison (Meg Davies) prepares for the arrival of a visitor to her home in Lower Swinstead. She is watched by a figure hiding near the house. Later her husband, Frank, arrives by taxi to find her battered to death.

Films:
THE MARCH HARE (1956)
JUST MY LUCK
(1957)
THE LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN
(1960)
ISLAND OF TERROR
(1966)

Television:
Q.E.D.: Target London (1982)
MINDER: Senior Citizen Caine (1984)

Video:
The Pretenders: DON'T GET ME WRONG (1986)

H34: St. Hubert's Home Farm, St. Huberts Lane, Gerrards Cross

THE PERSUADERS: Take Seven (Sidney Hayers: October 1970)
David Conran (Richard Hurndall) arrives at Harvester's (John Kelland) farm and is shown to the barn where his Aunt's diaries are kept. Brett Sinclair (Roger Moore) arrives in Aston Martin in time to catch Heyward (Garfield Morgan) before he can destroy the diary.

H35: Hollow Hill Lane/Mansion Lane, Iver



MAN IN A SUITCASE: Property Of A Gentleman (Peter Duffell: Summer 1967)
McGill drives to the country house.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Tale of the Big Why (Robert Fuest: Auguet 1976)
Brandon goes west along the B97 and is followed by Purdey on her motorcycle but loses him at a road junction just after a bridge.

H36: Sutton Lane Bridge, M4 Junction 5, Langley



MAN IN A SUITCASE: Property Of A Gentleman (Peter Duffell: Summer 1967)
A car leaves the motorway.

THE PERSUADERS!: Take Seven (Sidney Hayers: October 1970)
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H37: UTS Garage, Slough Road, Shreding Green

INSPECTOR MORSE: Cherubim & Seraphim (Antonia Bird: 1991)
Inspector Morse (John Thaw) visits the garage to ask about the missing boy.

H38: Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire


photo: Sam Denham

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Which Way Did He Go, McGill? (Freddie Francis: Summer 1967)
Earle rides his bike around a corner of a quiet residential street (Pinewood Green) just before he meets up with McGill.
(Spotted by Sam Denham)

STRANGE REPORT: Report 8319 - GRENADE:'What Price Change?' (Charles Crichton: Early 1968)
Walker (Anthony Corlan) is tailed by Gynt (Kaz Garas) to the shops where they both board a double-decker bus (Church Road/Thornbridge Road).

H39: Iver, Buckinghamshire

THE AVENGERS: The Fear Merchants (Gordon Flemyng: September 1966)
Crawley's Rolls speeds into a country road (Love Green Lane from Bangor's Road).

H40: Iver Lane, Cowley, Middlesex

THE AVENGERS: The Fear Merchants (Gordon Flemyng: September 1966)
Crawley is driven at speed on a heart-stopping journey (Iver Lane appears on back projection from Cowley High Street to Moor Lane).

H41: Bells Hill Shopping Precinct, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire (redeveloped)


photo: Sam Denham

THE NEW AVENGERS: Sleeper (Graeme Clifford: September 1976)
Pursued by Bart (Prentis Hancock) and Chuck (Mark Jones), Purdy (Joanna Lumley) hide among the window display dummies of Marian's dress shop. When her pyjamas start slipping she turns on her pursuers with a kick and a clothes rail through the window. After relieving Chuck of his belt she runs off up a ramp.

H42: Mount Fidget, Iver


THE PERSUADERS!:To the Death, Baby (Basil Dearden: June/July 1970)
In the pre-credit sequence Gladys Smith (Jennie Linden) posing as Shelley Masterton enters her country home.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, July 2001)

H43: Junction of Fulmer Common Road and Alderbourne Lane , Iver, Buckinghamshire

 
photo: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Which Way Did He Go McGill? (Freddie Francis: Summer 1967)
McGill goes to visit his old friend Eddy at his garage in the country. Just before he gets to the garage he drives along this road. Later Kevin Earle passes through this junction on his motorbike on his way to visit a former racing driver.


photo: Sam Denham

THE SAINT: The Queen's Ransom (Roy Baker: April 1966)
The yellow Ford van carrying the villains takes a turning for Brunnen. Not far behind, the limousine carrying the Queen and Simon take the same turning.

H44: Teikyo School Fulmer Grange, Framewood Road, Wexham, Buckinghamshire

       
photos courtesy of Jaz Wiseman, were taken by Bill O'Shea with thanks to Mr and Mrs Uehara - Headmaster of the Teikyo School

STRANGE REPORT: Report 5055 Cult: 'Murder Shrieks Out' (Charles Crichton: September 1968)
Moran (Ed Bishop) and Edward Pato (George Mikell) join with the rest of the community of Cyprus Grove to welcome back their leader Lars (Ray McAnally), Maggie Jones (Pamela Franklin) and Jay Brand (Christopher Mitchell) after their world tour. After the death of Jay, Adam Strange (Anthony Quayle) arrives at the gates with Ham Gynt (Caz Garas) in his taxi. Strange tells Gynt to keep a low profile before entering to interview Lars. Their interview is cut short by Newcome (John Ronane) who calls Lars to another meeting. Later Evelyn (Anneke Willis) accompanies Maggie and Strange to the funeral of Jay Brand in the grounds of Cyrpus Grove. After the funeral Strange takes the opportunity to investigate the computer room. After working on the case with Inspector Morell (Tony Steedman), Strange has enough evidence to organise a police raid of Cyprus Groveand the convoy of police arrive.
Confirmed by Graham Taylor

THE PROFESSIONALS: Lawson’s Last Stand (Ian Sharp: 1981)
Whilst Tug Willis (John Hallam) launches mortar rounds into the site, Lieutenant Colonel Peter Lawson (Michael Culver), and Len Clarke (Michael Angelis) enter Marston Dale chemical weapons research establishment posing as bomb disposal officers. They use the confusion in order to steal a canister of C29 nerve gas. As the gang leave in a Land Rover, Bodie (Lewis Collins) and Ray Doyle (Martin Shaw) arrive and interview the Professor (Allan Mitchell).
(Source:The Authorised Guide to The Professionals)

H45: Belmont Road, Uxbridge

STRANGE REPORT: Report 4997 – Swindle: "Square root of evil" (Brian Smedley-Aston: November 1968)
Hamlyn Gynt rides his bike to the labour exchange (Uxbridge Job Centre) to talk business with one of his old girlfriends.
(Identified by Sam Denham, March 2005)

H46: Windsor Street, Uxbridge (redeveloped)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Man from the Dead (Pat Jackson: August 1966)
After leaving the nursery school where she works, Rachel Tyson sees a figure in the distance crossing the street (Windsor Street). She thinks she recognises the man as her late father.

H47: Barn Garage, Hawthorn Lane, Farnham Common, Bucks. (redeveloped)

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Which Way Did He Go, McGill? (Freddie Francis: Summer 1967)
McGill (Richard Bradford) goes to visit his old friend Eddy (J. G. Devlin) at his garage in the country.
(Identified by Nick Haugh, February 2004)

H48: A332 Eton Road Bridge over Eton Wick Road

THE NEW AVENGERS: Medium Rare (Ray Austin: )
Graham Henry Wallace (Jon Finch) uses a van parked on a road bridge as a make-up wagon. After receiving a second payment for acting as a ‘special operative’ he is followed to the van by paymaster Freddy Mason (Allen Weston). Mason confronts Wallace and the two fight. Mason is knocked over a parapet and falls to his death. John Steed (Patrick Macnee) is soon on the scene and with the help of Purdey (Joanna Lumley) and Wallace, begins his investigation.
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2007)

H49: Ragstone Road, Slough



photo: Alan Field

THE NEW AVENGERS: Target (Ray Austin: July 1976)
For some reason the Pathology Department of Steed's organisation is based in the middle of this housing development. Klokoe (Deep Roy) dressed as a small child is lurking outside when the facility when John Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mike Gambit (Gareth Hunt) race off in Steed’s Range Rover in an attempt to save Purdey.
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2007)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Faces (Ray Austin: July 1976)
After being assigned the task of killing the real Purdey, the real Purdey (Joanne Lumley) races to telephone Steed. She makes her way to the telephone box on this street
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2007)

H50: Hatfield Car Park, Hatfield Road, Slough


photo: Alan Field

STRANGE REPORT: Report 0649 SKELETON: 'Let Sleeping Heroes Lie' (Peter Medak: August/September 1968)
Gynt (Kaz Garas) and James (Hugh Burden) wait inside follow the car to a multi-storey car park, where Adam has been transferred back into his taxi.
(Identified by Alan Field, July 2007)

H51: Broom House, Reddington Drive, Colnbrook

   
photos: Alan Field

STRANGE REPORT: Report 1553: Racist: 'A most dangerous proposal' (Peter Duffell: August 1968)
Adam Strange and Hamlyn Gynt follow Drake (Karl Held) in Adam’s taxi as he drives from his flat They follow (along Reddigton Drive) him to the flat (Colnbrook) of Tom Brant (Clive Francis) and watch as Drake hands over money and the keys to his car. Brant drives off in Drake’s car and Strange follows.
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2007)

STRANGE REPORT: Report 8944-HAND: 'A matter of witchcraft' (Peter Duffell: 1968)
Adam and Inspector Graves go to the flat shared by the murdered girl, Anne and Joanna Hewett.

H52: Wallingford Road, Uxbridge


photo: Alan Field

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Brainwash (Charles Crichton: October 1966)
McGill (Richard Bradford) escapes from his prison to find himself in an industrial wasteland. Judy (Suzan Farmer) who is waiting outside rushes to help McGill.
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2007)

Film:
THE WRONG ARM OF THE LAW (1962)

H53: Bridge Road, Uxbridge

STRANGE REPORT: Report 8319 - GRENADE: 'What Price Change?' (Charles Crichton: Early 1968)
Adam Strange (Anthony Quayle) picks up Evelyn (Anneke Wills) in his taxi as she leaves the offices of Social Action Ltd..
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2007).

H54: Wood Lane, Iver Heath

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Midas Touch (Robert Fuest: Spring 1976)
Steed (Patrick Macnee), Purdey (Joanne Lumley), and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) have to race, in Gambit’s red Jaguar, from the gas works to the exhibition in order to save the princess (first seen traveling South, then North towards the Crooked Billet Roundabout).

H55: Marriott Hotel; Ditton Road, Langley

 
photo: Sam Denham

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Midas Touch (Robert Fuest: Spring 1976)
Following a clue for Purdey, Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) Steed and Gambit arrive at the Exhibition of Gold Antiquities. They find Purdey’s car, but cannot find her. Later Gambit crashes his Jaguar into the doors of the exhibition centre when the team try to save the Princess from her assassin.

Film:
I DON’T WANT TO BE BORN (1975)

H56: House, Fulmer Rise, Iver


THE NEW AVENGERS: Cat Amongst the Pigeons (John Hough: June 1976)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) go to visit Zarcadi's next victim, Professor Waterlow. Waterlow (Peter Copley) is by his swimming pool typing, but unbeknownst to them all Zarcadi (Vladek Sheybal) is already there and watching the house. Zarcadi uses his bird call to summon birds to attack the professor and Steed.

H57: Greyleigh, Saint Hubert's Lane Fulmer Rise, Iver

 
photo: Sam Denham

THE NEW AVENGERS: Obsession (Ernest Day: Spring 1977)
Purdey (Joanna Lumley) arrives at Larry Doomer’s house on her motorbike. She asks Doomer (Martin Shaw) if he saw General Canvey (Mark Kingston) after leaving Steeds party. Later Purdey arrives first when she discover’s a motive for Doomer’s actions. Steeds party. Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Commander East (Terence Longdon) are not far behind, arriving in Steed’s Range Rover.

H58: Saint Hubert's Lane, Fulmer

THE NEW AVENGERS: Obsession (Ernest Day: Spring 1977)
After leaving Steed’s party Larry Doomer (Martin Shaw) pretends to break down. He flags down General Canvey (Mark Kingston) and kidnaps the general at gunpoint and drives off with him. Commander East (Terence Longdon) finds the General’s abandoned car and takes Steed (Patrick Macnee), Purdey (Joanna Lumley) and Gambit (Gareth Hunt) to the spot. Purday drives off to see Larry on her motorbike.

H59: The Old Place, Boveney Road, Boveney, near Dorney
(Identified by Bob Rocca, August 2007)


THE NEW AVENGERS: Last of the Cybernauts...?? (Sidney Hayers: May 1976)
Malov (Oscar Quitak) waits while the Cybernaut (Rocky Taylor) kidnaps Professor Mason. The security guard (Ray Armstrong) is unable to stop the cyborg.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Faces (Ray Austin: July 1976)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) pays a visit to the widow of Sir Nigel (Annabel Leventon) to discuss the death of he husband.

THE PROFESSIONALS: Blackout (William Brayne: 1980)
Bodie (Lewis Collins), Ray Doyle (Martin Shaw) and Gerda (Linda Hayden) arrive at Henry Ch’chew’s house. Later Cowley (Gordon Jackson) arrives with the police.

INSPECTOR MORSE: The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn (Brian Parker: 1986)
Morse (John Thaw) is called in by Lewis (Kevin Whately) to the home of Nicholas Quinn (Phil Nice) and arrives inn his Jaguar. Max (Peter Woodthorpe) is already there examining the body. Donald Martin Roger (Lloyd-Pack) watches from a police car before being questioned by Morse.

Television:
THE SWEENEY: I Want the Man (1975)
MIDSOMMER MURDERS: Dead Man's 11 (1999)

H60: Uxbridge, Vine Street Station (demolished and now under Hillingdon Road)


GIDEON’S WAY: How to Retire Without Really Working (George Pollock: November/December 1964)
Margaret Gresham (Joyce Grant) hides any incriminating evidence and a proportion of their loot at a disused railway station. Later Robert Gresham (Eric Barker) joins his wife to collect their belongings.
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2007)

H61: Pinewood Close, Pinewood Green, Iver Heath

 
photo: Sam Denham

STRANGE REPORT: Report 1021 Shrapnel: ’The Wish in the Dream’ (Brian Smedley-Aston, February, 1969)
Adam Strange (Anthony Quayle) visits the home of Mrs Carol Webber (Sylvia Syms) after the inquest into her husband’s death. Later all hell breaks out on he quite cul-de-sac when her husband, Paul Webber (Gerald Flood) is dragged out of the house by Hamlyn Gynt (KazGaras) and Inspector Purcell (Bryan Marshall). George Halliday (Leo Glenn) can only stand and watch.
(Identified by Sam Denham, October 2007)

H62: Saint Laurence Church, Church Road, Cowley, Uxbridge


photo: Alan Field

GIDEON'S WAY: The Housekeeper (Leslie Norman: 1965)
Supervised by Keen, the police exhume the body of ‘old’ Charlie.
(Identified by Alan Field, October 2007)

H63: The Fairway, Burnham

 
photos: Geoff Dodd

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Which Way Did He Go, McGill? (Freddie Francis: Summer 1967)
Keith Earle (Donald Sutherland) arrives at the home of former racing driver Jerry Norman (Hedger Wallace) and his wife (Veronica Hurts) (38 The Fairway, Burnham).McGill is directed to this "luxury apartment block" (Flats 1-6, Pipers Court) to find George Hastings during his investigations. Earle is not far behind.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, May 2008)

H64: Southlands Road, New Denham (redeveloped)

THE NEW AVENGERS: The Tale of the Big Why (Robert Feust: August 1976)
Gambit (Gareth Hunt) looses Brandon and ends up with his Range Rover on a dead-end road four miles from ‘Point B’. He radios his position to Steed.
(Identified by Alan Field, June 2008)

H65: Clifton Road, Slough

THE NEW AVENGERS: Hostage
Steed (Patrick Macnee) is watched as he delivers ransom money to "14 Edge Street".
(Identified by Alan Field, August 2008)

H66: Slough Gas Works, Uxbridge Road - Slough

STRANGE REPORT: Report No.2475 - REVENGE: 'When a Man Hates' (Charles Crichton: November 1968)
Adam Strange (Anthony Quayle) and Inspector Jenner (John Thaw) pay a visit to the former lodging of Mary Hanson (Victoria Road house demolished, gas works across the road). They talk to the landlady, Mrs Rogers (Gabrielle Hamilton) about the Hanson family.
(Identified by Alan Field, July 2008)

THE PROTECTORS: Blockbuster (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
A security van carrying platinum is attacked and robbed inside the Saunders Chemical Works
(Identified by Alan Field, July 2008)

H67: Furze Hotel,A412 Uxbridge Road, Slough

THE SAINT: The Noble Sportsman (Peter Yates: 1963)
Lord Yearley drives along a duel carriageway (A412 by the Furze Hotel) to his house in the country from London.
(Identified by Nick Atkinson, September 2008)

H68: M4, Junction 5 Slough

DEPARTMENT S: A Ticket to Nowhere (Cyril Frankel: Early 1969)
Jason drives Miss Blain home in his red Bentley (The M4 westbound at J5 with the camera vehicle running parallel on Farm Road).
(Spotted by Alan Field, October 2008)

H69: Lawn Road, Hillingdon, Uxbridge

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Which Way Did He Go, McGill?
Keith Earle (Donald Sutherland) sets off to find his former colleagues from this street. McGill goes to interview Roger Fulton (Tom Criddle) at his home. Detective Inspector Stoke (Michael Hawkins) is following the same leads and arrives with his men. Fulton gives McGill the slip and drives off.
(Spotted by Alan Field, October 2009)

H70: Junction of Black Park Road and Uxbridge Road, Slough

MAN IN A SUITCASE: Web with Four Spiders (Robert Tronson: January 1967)
With Croft's chauffeur, Frederick, in the back of the limousine, McGill leaves drives to London followed by intelligence agents (cars shown approaching junction from both sides of Uxbridge Road).
(Identified by Ray Croft, September 2011)

H71: Alderbourne Manor, Fulmer Lane, Fulmer, Buckinghamshire

THE PERSUADERS!: To the Death, Baby (Basil Dearden: June/July 1970)
After Coady (Harold Innocent) and his men arrive at Carl Foster's (Terence Morgan) villa Foster makes a run for it past Coady's men and escapes in an MG. All this is witnessed by John Hatton.
(Identified by Steve Cook, January 2012)

H72: Junction of East Burnham Lane and Stoney Lane, East Burnham

THE AVENGERS: The Rotters (Robert Fuest: September 1968)
Tara pursues Sawbone's MGB in her Lotus Europa along a flooded road and into a small hamlet

H73: Hollybush Lane, Denham

THE NEW AVENGERS: Eagles Nest (Desmond Davis: April 1976)
Gambit helped himself to the white Citroen to follow the van from the conference centre (Gambit 's point of view).
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2013)

H74: South Bucks District Council offices, Windsor Road, Slough (demolished)

THE NEW AVENGERS: Angles of Death (Ernest Day: April 1977)
The Ministry Building where Steed (Patrick Macnee) confronts Peter Manderson (Terence Alexander) about his little secret and tells him to drive.
(Identified by Mark Pond, December 2012)

H75: Red Cow Roundabout, Slough

THE NEW AVENGERS: Angles of Death (Ernest Day: April 1977)
After leaving the Ministry Building Steed (Patrick Macnee) confronts Peter Manderson (Terence Alexander) about his little secret in the car (they do a circuit of Red Cow Roundabout, Castle Street and Mere Road).

H76: Ridgeway Trading Estate, The Ridgeway, Thorney Lane, Iver



THE AVENGERS: The Fear Merchants (Gordon Flemyng: September 1966)
Steed goes to interview Crawley at his ceramics factory (the factory has been demolished, but stood behind what is now the headquarters of Fagioli Ltd.). Steed (Patrick Macnee) escorts Crawley (Andrew Keir) to his Rolls Royce and watches him drive off. He then notices Crawley’s chaffer on the ground unconscious. Steed jumps into his Bentley and gives chase.
(Identified by Mike Serby, May 2015)

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