J1: Shenleybury Cottages, Shenleybury

INSPECTOR MORSE: Who Killed Harry Field? (Colin Gregg: 1990)
Sergeant Lewis (Kevin Whately) discovers Jane Marriot (Nicola Cowper) at number 32 after some detective work and calls in Morse (John Thaw).

J2: St. Botolph's Church (Disused), Black Lion Hill, Shenleybury

THE AVENGERS: How to Succeed ... at Murder (Don Leaver: February 1966)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) follows Henry (Artto Norris) to a church yard and watches as he tends his wife's grave.

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Paper Dolls (James Hill: 1968)
Craig Miller (Michael Tolan) arrives with Jill Collins (Nanette Newman) and Bart Brereton (John Welsh) in his car at Hayden Parish Church. They talk to the Vicar (George Benson) about the Gregorys' son.

The Saint jumps over a low wall while being chased by a thug.

INSPECTOR MORSE: Fat Chance (Roy Battersby: 1990)
After Morse (John Thaw) parks his Jaguar so that he and Lewis (Kevin Whately) can discuss the case, he drives off leaving Lewis stranded.


J3: Packhorse Lane/Mimms Lane Junction nr. Ridge

Rabley Park

THE SAINT: The Crooked Ring (Leslie Norman: February: 1965)
Simon and Steve Nelson go jogging along Mimms Lane (across Catharine Bourne Ford) followed by Connie Grady in Simon's Volvo. They are passed by a car driven by Max who turns around at the Packhorse Lane junction and races back up Mimms Lane in an attempt to run Simon and Steve over The two men jump out of the way and the car narrowly misses the Volvo and runs into the verge.

THE AVENGERS: Room Without A View (Roy Baker: April 1965)
Steed and Mrs Peel arrive at the home of Doctor Wadkin (Rabley Willow) to investigate his mysterious reappearance. Later a delivery van for the Canton Chinese Laundry arrives and the deliverymen kidnap Doctor Wadkin.

THE AVENGERS: The House That Jack Built (Don Leaver: January 1966)
Steeds sets off in his Bentley to investigate what exactly Mrs Peel has got herself into (drives along Packhorse Lane past Rabley Willow then down Mimms Lane over the Catharine Bourne Ford).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, August 2008)

THE BARON: The Killing (Cyril Frankel: February 1966)
John Mannering and Morgan Travis dive to the Tower of London from The Gables, while Selina drives straight to the flat (along Mimms Lane across the packhorse Lane Junction).

THE AVENGERS: From Venus With Love (Robert Day: October 1966)
Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) chases after the light source in her Lotus (along Mimms Lane towards Deeves Hall).

Rabley Park Lodge

THE AVENGERS: The Hidden Tiger (Sidney Hayers: January 1967)
Bellamy (Reg Pritchard) is attacked at his cottage (Rabley Park Lodge) by something and is later found dead by Steed (Patrick Macnee) when he arrives in his Bentley.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Fanatics (John Gilling 1967)
 Craig (Stuart Damon) and Sharron (Alexandra Bastedo) drive around searching for Richard in Sharron's Vauxhall Cresta.

THE AVENGERS: The Joker (Sidney Hayers: April 1967)
Emma Peel drives her Lotus through Devonshire towards the home of the bridge expert, Sir Cavalier Rousicana (Mimms Lane past Rabley Park). Emma Peel arrives at the estate of Sir Cavalier and drives her Lotus over a (Rabley Park grounds). Later a mysterious figure in a dinner suit is observed looking up at the house.

Rabley Park Farm

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: July 1967)
Mrs Peel arrives with Mike at Tree Top Farm (Rabley Park Farm), Bates (Ivor Dean) follows them into the barn. As Mrs Peel leaves in Mike's Mercedes, Steed and Penny arrive in Steed's Bentley.

THE AVENGERS: You Have Just Been Murdered (Robert Asher: July 1967)
Emma in her Lotus follows Rathbone in his car after he has picked up the money to pay his ransom. He drives down Packhorse Lane and turns into a gateway after Rabley Park Farm towards Bridge Farm. Later Steed in his Bentley follows Unwin along the same route.

Packhorse Lane

THE AVENGERS: Mission ... Highly Improbable (Robert Day: August 1967)
Shaffer (Ronald Radd) sees the shrinking ray demonstrated at his house (Rabley Park) by Chivers (Francis Matthews) with Susan (Jane Merrow) and Professor Rushton (Noel Howlett).

THE SAINT: Legacy for the Saint (Roy Ward Baker: Spring 1968)
The security van with Teal and the gold aboard races down Mimms Lane as they brace themselves for the villain's attack.

Mimms Lane looking East to Ravenscroft Farm

THE AVENGERS: All Done With Mirrors (Ray Austin: May 1968)
Tara (Linda Thorson) arrives at the home of Williams (Rabley Park) to encounter the huge Gozzo, whom she fights until he is impaled on a rake.

THE SAINT: Where the Money Is (Roger Moore: Summer 1968)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) is driven past Rabley Willow by the kidnappers and his wristwatch camera photographs the house. Later he is able to find his way back to the house.

THE AVENGERS: Thingumajig (Leslie Norman: January 1969)
Kruger's caravan is parked up at the side of the road (Mimms Lane looking towards Deeves Hall Farm).
(Identified by Andy Lawrence, February, 2010)

Rabley Willow

THE ADVENTURER: Skeleton in the Cupboard (Cyril Frankel)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) goes to visit Karen Ballard (Sylvia Simms) at the home (Rabley Willow) she shared with her husband. After leaving Gene passes another which is just car arriving. Gene leaves his car (on Packhorse Lane) and sets off on foot to investigate. He is confronted at the house by Karen Ballard.

Mimms Lane/Packhorse Lane Junction

THE PROTECTORS: Baubles, Bangles and Beads (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
On the way to exchange money for stolen gems the Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter) in a taxi passes the junction.

THE PROTECTORS: Zeke's Blues (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Harry Rule drives his car along Packhorse Lane and up Mimms Lane on his way to Bradley's. He is followed by Kasankas and Fred in their car. Later the Contessa and Zeke drive along the same route on their way to warn Harry.

J4: Ridge Hill Farm, Rectory Lane, Shenley

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Shadow Bomb (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Brady drives his Austin Healy 3000 towards the junction and races down the hill in order to get to Finch in time.

THE AVENGERS: The House That Jack Built (Don Leaver: January 1966)
Mrs Peel sets off on her journey in her Lotus Elan passing a house which is for sale (now demolished). She follows the sign to 'Seven Pines' after picking up the scout master; as they drive along the narrow lane a 'road closed' sign appears behind them. Steed (Patrick Macnee) drives his Bentley up to the junction and follows the sign for 'Seven Pines' driving past the closed road. He returns after he fails to find the house and backs his car into a field before smashing through the 'Road Closed' barrier. The tyres of the Bentley are slashed by an automatic system in the lane and Steed continues on foot. After a while Steed peers over a hedge and, seeing the house, enters a field.

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Alex and Carl drive past the junction. Later they are followed by Mrs. Peel and Mike who take the turning to Shenley Lodge.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Murdersville (Robert Asher: August 1967)
 Hubert (John Ronane) and Mickle (Colin Blakely) pursue Mrs Peel (Dianna Rigg/ Cyd Child) in their helicopter (F-BNKZ aka G-AVEE) and eventually run her to ground.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, June 2012)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1968)
Jeff's Vauxhall is followed past the junction by Seaton as he makes his way to Dyson's farm.

J5: Shenley Lodge, Rectory Lane, Shenley

THE AVENGERS: The House That Jack Built (Don Leaver: January 1966)
Burton (Griffith Davies) evades the hunting authorities and breaks into the abandoned house. Mrs Peel drops off Withers at the gateway to the estate (stable gates) before driving on in her Lotus Elan. Later she arrives at the house.

THE AVENGERS: The See-Through Man (Robert Asher: November 1966)
Steed's Bentley visits the home of Ernest Quilby where a sign warns 'Enter At Your Own Risk'.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Fanatics (John Gilling: July 1967)
Craig and Sharron's Vauxhall Cresta hurtles up to the house which Croft's organisation uses as headquarters.

JASON KING: A Red, Red Rose Forever (Cyril Frankel: 1971)
By threatening Anne Winters, Jason is taken by Doctor Claudel, to the Clinique Claudel in Geneva and is forced to shoot Professor D'Arblay when he visits the establishment. Later the Swiss Police arrive to arrest the conspirators.

THE PROTECTORS: Dragon Chase (Charles Crichton: 1973)
Paul (Tony Anholt) and the Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter) follow Lockier in their car when he leaves home. Later Nickolai (William Dexter) is collected by car.

INSPECTOR MORSE: Second Time Around (Paul Wheeler: 1990)
Chief Inspector Morse (John Thaw) and Sergeant Lewis (Kevin Whately) go to visit Mrs. Lapsley at Cumberland House nursing home.


J6: The A6(T) (now the B556)/Rectory Lane Junction, Ridge Hill, Shenley

THE SAINT: The Chequered Flag (Leslie Norman: February 1965)
Beau Ellington watches as Simon leaves the test track, in his Volvo, on his way to find Hunter after Simon's crash at Brands Hatch (from The Waggon and Horses and Redwell Wood Farm to the junction).

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
The secret agent's Lotus Elan pursues 'Death's Jaguar under the A6(T)/A111 junction bridge (now demolished) heading towards South Mimms. Then they are seen turning off the A6(T) up towards Rectory Lane.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Sentimental Journey (Leslie Norman: July 1968)
The Limousine driven by Dandy Garrison comes down Rectory Lane onto the A6(T).

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Poor Butterfly (Alan Gibson: Alan Gibson: October 1968)
Steven Miller (Chad Everett) drives his 1929 Bugatti off the main road towards Sir Robert Sawyer’s party.

THE PROTECTORS: Dragon Chase (Charles Crichton: 1973)
Paul (Tony Anholt) and the Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter) follow Devlin (Kenneth Colley) to a meeting with a KGB agent (Richard Marner).


J7: House opposite Shenley Hall exit gates, Rectory Lane, Shenley

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Secret Experiment (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Peter Brady arrives at his house in his sports car. An invisible Brady walks out of the house to where Diane (Lisa Daniely) is waiting for him in the Austin Healy 3000.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Locked Room (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Sally (Deborah Watling), Diane (Lisa Daniely) and Peter Brady wave goodbye to Tania (Zena Marshall) as she gets into a car sent for her and is driven off.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Strange Partners (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Brady's house is broken into.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Picnic with Death (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Sally (Deborah Watling) and her friend, Linda Norton (Margaret McCourt), ride over to Peter Brady's house.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Behind the Mask (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Establishing shot of Brady's house.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Blind Justice (Pennington Richards: 1958)
An invisible Peter Brady is mowing the lawn outside his house when he is called in by Diane (Lisa Daniely) to answer a telephone call.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Jailbreak (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Establishing shots of Peter Brady's house.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Bank Raid (Ralph Smart: 1958)
Williams (Brian Rawlinson) watches Peter Brady's house from the driveway opposite. Diane (Lisa Daniely) sees Sally (Deborah Watling) to Mr Bruce's car who is waiting to take her to school. Mr. Bruce drives away with Sally and Williams follows.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Point of Destruction (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Sally (Deborah Watling) and Diane (Lisa Daniely) drive off in Dee's car watched by Stefan and Katrina. After Stefan fails to kill Brady, the Invisible Man dashes to his car and drives off.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Man in Disguise (Quentin Lawrence, Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Brady discovers a bomb in his car (parked by the farm next door) and sends Sally (Deborah Watling) back into the house. Later they both drive off and are followed by a pair of villains.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Rocket (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Establishing shot of Brady's home.

J8: Grassfield Farm, Rectory Lane, Shenley

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1968)
Looking for Gouldhurst Jeff drives his Vauxhall past the farm.

J9: Keepers Cottage, Rectory Lane, Ridge Hill

THE SAINT: Where the Money Is (Roger Moore: Summer 1968)
Simon Templar is driven to see the kidnapped girl and passes the cottage on the way.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1968)
Jeff passes the cottage in his Vauxhall on the way to Gouldhurst.

J10: All Saints Pastoral Centre, Shenley Lane, London Colney

(photo: Geoff Dodd, 2021)

RETURN OF THE SAINTThe Poppy Chain (Charles Crighton: 1977)
Simon (Ian Ogilvy) and Jenny Platt (Jenny Hanley) are at the hospital wairing for news about Jenny's sister. They get bad news just as General Platt (Laurence Naismith) arrives.
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd, October 2023)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Collision Course Part One: The Brave Goose (Cyril Frankel: 1978)
Simon (Ian Ogilvy) attends the coroner's court for the inquest in to the death of Oscar West. After the hearing Simon leaves with Vic (Prentis Hancock) through a throng of reporters. Simon tells the chauffeur waiting for Annabel West (Gayle Hunnicutt) to go to the rear of the building so he can take her home when she exits the court.

THE PROFESSIONALS: The Acorn Syndrome (Martin Campbell: September 1979)
Bodey (Martin Shaw) and Doyle (Lewis Collins) go to see Copeland (Ronald Hines) at his daughter's school.

SPECTRE (1977)

WIDOWS (1983)

J11: Rainbow Garage, North Orbital Road, London Colney (partly demolished, Follett Audi Spares)

Photo: Geoff Dodd

THE PROTECTORS: Triple Cross (John Hough: 1971)
On his way to the airport Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) stops off for petrol at a petrol station (Rainbow Garage). While he chats with the pump attendant (Bill Stewart) a couple of hitchhikers are dropped off. They make their way over to Harry, and Linda (Angharad Rees) asks for a lift to London.
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd, January 2007)

J12: Harper Lane, Radlett

GIDEON’S WAY: Boy With Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
View across the countryside to nearby railway after Chris Kirk spends the night sleeping in a stack of hay before setting off again.
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2007)

J13: The Wagon and Horses, Saint Albans Road, Ridge Hill (now under the M25)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Paper Dolls (James Hill: 1968)
Craig Miller (Michael Tolan), Bart Brereton (John Welsh) and Jill Collins (Nanette Newman) arrive at the Waggon and Horses and ask Mayhew (Jerold Wells) the way to Wortley Ridge.
(Identified by Bob Rocca, July 2008)

J14: Willow Farm, Coursers Road, Bowmansgreen

photo: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: Silent Dust (Roy Baker: June 1965)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) arrives with the Minister (Hilary Wontner) at Manderley to witness the devastation first hand.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, September 2008)

J15: RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre, Packhorse Lane

THE AVENGERS: From Venus With Love (Robert Day: October 1966)
Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) loses the strange light after attempting to follow it in her Lotus. See sees a light source in a farm opposite and sets off on foot to investigate. She arrives at the farm looking for the strange light but as she investigates a barn she sees the light suddenly moves away.

J16: A1081, London Colney By Pass

THE PRISONER: Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (Pat Jackson: August 1967)
Number 6 is being followed from London to Dover by Potter in his car. Potter radios in to confirm Number 6's destination (back projection seen from Potter's car).
(Identified with the Help of Alan Field, October 2010)

J17: Bell Lane Sand Pit, London Colney (restored to fields and partly covered by M25)

THE AVENGERS: Mission ... Highly Improbable (Robert Day: August 1967)
Colonel Drew (Richard Leech), Shaffer (Ronald Radd), Susan Rushton (Jane Merrow) and John Steed (Patrick Macnee) are all present to watch the demonstration on the MK39 armoured car (an FV603 Saracen armoured personnel carrier).
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2011)

J18: Bell Lane, London Colney

THE AVENGERS: False Witness (Charles Crichton: June 1968)
Melville (Barry Warren) climbs the stairs of Mother's (Patrick Newell) double decker bus HQ and arrives on the top deck. Steed (Patrick Macnee), Mother and Rhonda (Rhonda Parker) are there to listen to his report. Later, Steed discusses Melville with Mother. Mother suggests Steed doubles up with Melville in order to find out why he is lying. After Steed has left the bus Tara (Linda Thorson) takes a drink from Rhonda and gives it to Mother. Mother suggests Tara investigates Plummer.
(Identified by Alan Field on the Britmovie Forum, August 2012)

J19: Pinks Hotel, Rectory Lane (redeveloped as houses)

THE BARON: Portrait of Louisa (John Moxey: September 1965)
Louisa drives her Jaguar to Peter Langley's home, Barnsmore Cottage. Later John Mannering arrives in his Jensen to question Peter, but Peter is shot before he can talk.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2023)


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