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K1: War Memorial, North Mymms, Tollgate Road

THE AVENGERS: Never, Never Say Die (Robert Day: February 1967)
The ambulance carrying Doctor Stone (Christopher Lee) tops at a road junction and Stone forces his way out. An orderly who has been throw to the ground can only watch as the Doctor walks off into nearby woodland.
(Spotted by Alan Field, June 2008)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: But What a Sweet Little Room (Roy Ward Baker: Summer 1968)
Arthur takes Jeff in his car to Mrs Fenwick's house passing the memorial on the way.

K2: North Mymms Park, Tollgate Road, nr. Welham Greenû

THE BARON: The Man Outside (Roy Baker: September 1966)
After calling to see if there are any Americans renting the house Mannering leaves in his Jensen.

THE BARON: Countdown (Robert Asher: October 1966)
The Baron and Cordelia drives in his Jensen to Parkstone House and park at the front of the house. Arkin Morley drives off in a Rover with Cordelia and shoots at the Baron as he leaves, The Baron follows.

THE AVENGERS: The Hidden Tiger (Sidney Hayers: January 1967)
Steed arrives at the PURRR HQ and drives through the main gates, over the bridge and up to the house past many 'No Dog' signs, Mrs Peel arrives later to investigate the van. Steed attacks a guard at night and places him in the van, and Mrs Peel does the same to Angora (Gabrielle Drake).

THE PROFESSIONALS: Lawson’s Last Stand (Ian Sharp: 1981)
George Cowley (Gordon Jackson) goes to interrogate visit Lavinia Lawson (Helen Cherry) about her missing son on the pretext of discussing her late husband. After leaving he parks his car by the gatehouse to radio headquarters.

Films:
BOYS WILL BE BOYS (1935)
THE HORROR OF FRANKENSTEIN (1970)
YELLOWBEARD (1983)
GREYSTOKE (1984)

K3: St. Albans Road, South Mimms

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
The Jaguar is pursued by the Lotus Elan past the White Hart on the junction of Blanche Lane and St. Albans Road.

K4: North Mymms, nr. Welham Green

THE AVENGERS: The Hidden Tiger (Sidney Hayers: January 1967)
Steed drives to Nesbitt, the big game hunter's, house. (The Old Vicarage). As he draws up to the house in his green Landrover he hears a shot and enters the house.

THE AVENGERS: Something Nasty In The Nursery (James Hill: March 1967)
Steed drives to the Guild of Noble Nannies in his Bentley to investigate the baby bouncer. Mrs Peel arrives in her Lotus Elan to report to Steed. After talking to Nanny Roberts he leaves. Gordon (Trevor Bannister) is sent to deal with Steed when he comes snooping round the Guild of Noble Nannies a second time. Mrs Peel watches Miss Lister as she drives Nanny Roberts away in a Mini van. Mrs Peel then enters the house.

THE AVENGERS: Mission ... Highly Improbable (Robert Day: September 1967)
The Rolls Royce carrying Sir Gerald Bancroft (Kevin Stoney) is escorted to the testing site by a military escort along a narrow county lane (Tollgate Road). Gifford (Nicholas Courtney) is shocked when the Sir Gifford and the Rolls disappear after clearing the checkpoint. Later Mrs Peel arrives at the house (The Old Vicarage) on Steed's instructions to watch over Professor Rushton's daughter Susan (Jane Merrow). Mrs Peel is kidnapped in mistake for Susan by Henrick (Nosher Powell) and Karl (Dinny Powell).

DEPARTMENT S: The Pied Piper Of Hambledown (Roy Ward Baker: Summer 1968)
Jason King, whilst investigating the extent of the disappearances of the inhabitants of Hambledown, calls in at a house near the churchyard (Church Cottage).

K5: Hawkshead Lane and Swanland Road, Water End nr. Welham Green

 
photo: Alan Field

DEPARTMENT S: The Pied Piper Of Hambledown (Roy Ward Baker: Summer 1968)
Jason King drives Stewart Sullivan to Doctor Brogan's house.


photo: Alan Field

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: But What a Sweet Little Room (Roy Ward Baker: Summer 1968)
The route Arthur de Crecy takes when he drives Jeff to meet Anne Fenwick (unnamed road between Hawkshead Lane and Swanland Road).
(Spotted by Claire and Michael Saunders, 2004 and independently identified by Alan Field, September 2008)

K6: 'Budgie's Cafe', Dixon’s Hill, Welham Green, (now a private residence)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Diplomat's Daughter (Charles Crichton: 1978)
Marie de la Garde (Lynn Dalby) arrives at the Budget Restaurant in Simon’s Jaguar. Shriver (Karl Held) is already there, waiting for the car. Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) arrives on his motorbike, ST2, and waits for Shriver. After dealing with Shriver he has to deal with Michel (Weston Gavin) before the police arrive.
(Identified by Chris Wright, December 2005)

Film:
NEVER TOO YOUNG TO ROCK (1976)

K7: Swanland Road Quarry

THE PROTECTORS: Shadbolt (John Hough: 1973)
After jumping from the train, Shadbolt (Tom Bell) follows Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) to a deserted quarry (quarry alongside the A1 just off Swanland Road, the quarry has been backfilled) where a game of cat and mouse ensues. Shadbolt attempts to crush Harry when he takes shelter in a cabin, but Harry escapes and is eventually victorious. The police and an ambulance arrive to take Shadbolt away.
(Spotted by Alan Filed, June 2008)

Television:
THE PROFESSIONALS
: Slush Fund (1979)

K8:

K9: The Brookmans Hotel, Bradmore Green, Brookman's Park


photo: Geoff Dodd

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: The New People (Peter Sasdy: 1968)
Hank Prentiss meets Matt Dystal for the first time at the local of licence.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, December 2008)

K10: Home Farm, North Mymms Park


photo: David Harris

THE AVENGERS: The £50,000 Breakfast (Robert Day: July 1967)
Site of the accident where Rhodes is killed.
(Identified by David Harris, November 2009)

K11: Blackhorse Lane, South Mimms


photo: Rhett Burns

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The House on Haunted Hill (Ray Austin: April 1969)
Jeff and Marty leave the Merston Manor in the Vauxhall at the end of the episode.
(Idenitfied by Rhett Burns, 1st October 4, 2012)

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