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M1: Piggott's Manor/Bhaktivedanta Manor, Letchmore Heathű

DEPARTMENT S: The Bones of Byrom Blain (Paul Dickson: April 1969)
Byrom Blain's Rolls Royce arrives at the house at Marling Dale and is met by an reception committee. The chauffeur opens the door for Byrom only to find a skeleton.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Murder Ain't What It Used To Be! (Jeremy Summers: Summer 1969)
Jeff's car arrives at Kirstner's house, and is later joined by Kirstner's enemies who lie in wait for the owner's return.

Films:
FEAR IN THE NIGHT (1972)

M2: The Three Horseshoes and village green, Letchmore Heath

SABER OF LONDON: The Killer and The Kid (1957/59)
The police searching for William Masters depart from the village to begin their manhunt.

SABER OF LONDON: Death Hides Out (Max Varnel: 1957/59)
Mark Saber goes to interview Fenning at the tavern in Pensholt.

THE SAINT: The Invisible Millionaire (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1962)
Simon Templar's Volvo arrives at the pub so he can meet Nora Prescott.

THE AVENGERS: Man-Eater of Surrey Green (Sidney Hayers: May 1965)
Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) arrives at a village pub in her Lotus Elan. Steed (Patrick Macnee), Mrs Peel and Dr. Sheldon (Athene Seyler) arrive at the deserted village in the Lotus.

THE BARON: The Persuaders (Jeremy Summers: October 1965)
The Baron's Jensen drives into Lindley village and parks outside the Three Horseshoes and The Baron goes inside. Templeton-Green arrives the following morning in his Volkswagen camper and enters the pub.

THE BARON: Enemy of the State (Jeremy Summers: December 1965)
The village can be seen on back projection as the secret police drive John Mannering towards the border, when Comrade Szoblik leaves for a meeting and when Colonel Buchoiz and Cordelia drive towards the border.

THE AVENGERS: A Sense of History (Peter Graham Scott: January 1966)
Broom's car drives towards St. Bodes' University (leaving Letchmore Heath heading South).

THE BARON: The Maze (Jeremy Summers: June 1966)
The village can be seen on back-projection as Cordelia helps the Baron retrace his steps and as the motorcade leaves the village along Elstree Road.

 
photo: Geoff Dodd

THE SAINT: The Fast Women (Leslie Norman: September 1966)
Letchmore Heath - As soon as he gets to his hotel room Karl Tordoff he tests the sights of his gun.

THE BARON: Countdown (Robert Asher: October 1966)
The village can be seen on back projection as The Baron and Cordelia drive through the countryside.

THE CHAMPIONS: Operation Deep-Freeze (Paul Dickson: April 1967)
Whilst Richard drives his car in the country the village can be seen in back projection.


photo: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: Death's Door (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
The houses on Grange Road on the way out of the village appear as back projection for Melford's car as he and Steed drive to the conference and later as Steed and Mrs Peel follow the route to the conference centre.

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: July 1967)
At Mithering, the sign of the pub 'The Vaults' bears the next clue for Steed (Patrick Macnee), Penny (Valerie Van Ost), Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg), Mike (Norman Bowler), Carl (Neil McCarthy) and Alex (Edwin Richfield).
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE CHAMPIONS: The Fanatics (John Gilling: July 1967)
The village is seen in back-projection as Richard Barrett, posing as Carson, is driven away by military police.

THE SAINT: Where the Money Is (Roger Moore: Summer 1968)
As a blindfolded Simon Templar is taken to see Jenny the village can be seen through the rear window.

DEPARTMENT S: Handicap Dead (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
On the way from the airport the Ford van travels through a village (Back Lane).

DEPARTMENT S: The Pied Piper of Hambledown (Roy Ward Baker: Summer 1968)
Jason King investigates the village of Hambledown to discover the extent of the disappearances.

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Do Me A Favor and Kill Me (Gerry O'Hara: 1968)
Jeff Wheeler (Joseph Cotton) visits the Letchmore Newsagency (now a private house) and the pub, but he is followed. Later Faith Wheeler makes a call to the telephone box by the pond where a man is waiting to answer.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Sentimental Journey (Leslie Norman: July 1968)
The village can be seen on back-projection as Dandy drives away with Marty on board her car.

THE AVENGERS: Requiem (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Searching for Steed's hideout, Firth (John Cairney) and Barrett (Mike Lewin) drive around the village green and later stop outside their first large house.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

DEPARTMENT S: The Bones of Byrom Blain (Paul Dickson: April 1969)
Annabelle drives her red Lotus Elan to the Nag’s Head to warn Jason (Common lane to Back Lane). Later the van carrying Wilber Smith’s crate from London Airport drives along Back Lane.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Disturbing Case (Ray Austin: Summer 1969)
The Zephyr arrives by the village pond and Jeff and Marty alight.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: Tiger Takes Off (Harry Booth: 1969)
The hovercraft with Tiger (Debbie Russ) aboard heads towards the pond with Scooper (Peter Firth), Spring (Brinsley Forde), Billie (Gillian Bailey), Brains (Michael Audreson), Doughnut (Douglas Simmonds) and Sticks (Bruce Clark) in hot pursuit.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!:The Go-Karters (Harry Booth: 1969)
Spring (Brinsley Forde) ends up in the pond when his Go-Kart crashes.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!:Happy Haunting (Harry Booth: 1969)
Albert drives the rest of the gang to visit a stately home in the country.

THE PROTECTORS: ...With a Little Help From my Friends (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Chino parks the Rolls carrying the kidnapped President under the trees by the pond.

Television:
DICK AND THE DUCHESS: The Candlesticks (1958)
ALEXEI SAYLE'S STUFF (1991)
AS TIME GOES BY (1992)
EASTENDERS (1999)
LITTLE BRITAIN (200?)

Films:
THE STRANGE WORLD OF PLANET X (1957)
UP THE CREEK (1958)
VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED (1960)
THE HOUSE THAT VANISHED (1974)
NOT NOW COMRADE (1976)

M3: The Grocer's Institute, Letchmore Heath Road, Letchmore Heath, Letchmore Heath

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Whoever Heard of a Ghost Dying? (Ray Austin: Late 1968)
The police arrive at Lord Manning's house followed by Jeff in his car.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Disturbing Case (Ray Austin: Summer 1969)
Jeff arrives at the Lambert Clinic Nursing Home in Jeannie's Mini, and later Marty guides him to leave in his stolen Zephyr.

Television:
THE WORKER: Breed In for Strength Breed Out for Stamina (1965)

M4: Aldenham Grange, Letchmore Heath Road, Letchmore Heath

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Skeleton in the Cupboard (Roy Baker: June 1964)
Dr. Corder (Herbert Lom) arrives at Lady Harriet Bridley's house and is met by Miss Agnes Brindley (Sonia Dresdel) her sister-in-law. They discuss the rose bed and the sanity of Harriet's late husband. A few evenings later Dr., Corder returns with his daughter, Jennifer (Sally Smith), and her dog, Chaucer, to call on Harriet and Agnes.

THE AVENGERS: The Hidden Tiger (Sidney Hayers: January 1967)
The home of Sir David Harper who dies in mysterious circumstances.
(Identified by Sam Mitchell, May 2000)

THE AVENGERS: Split! (Roy Ward Baker: January 1968)
After Tara King is captured and drugged by Himel, an accomplice drives off in her AC 427 and an ambulance appears out of a nearby driveway to take her away.

DEPARTMENT S: The Pied Piper of Hambledown (Roy Ward Baker: Summer 1968)
Stewart Sullivan (Joel Fabiani) drives up to Loring Hall whilst investigating the disappearances of the villagers of Hambledown. He notices a figure at an upper window so when he drives off he parks around the corner and returns. Later Jason King (Peter Wyngarde) and Annabel Hurst (Rosemary Nicols) break into the Hall to check out Colonel Loring's car for traces of an accident.

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Paper Dolls (James Hill: 1968)
Craig Miller and Jill Collins visit Bart Brereton's house to talk about his grandson.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Whoever Heard of a Ghost Dying? (Ray Austin: Late 1968)
The photograph of the 'Gang's Hideout' shown to Jeff by Hellingworth was taken here.

THE AVENGERS: Requiem (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Searching for Steed's hideout, Firth (John Cairney) and Barrett (Mike Lewin) look at their first large house.

JASON KING: An Author in Search of Two Characters (Cyril Frankel: 1970)
Eve is followed to Manor Park House by Claire, who returns with Jason. Having switched places with Strong, Jason leaves later with Eve and Ackroyd.

THE ADVENTURER: The Good Book (Director Cyril Frankel)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) and Mr Parmiter (Barry Morse) walk around the exterior of a villa in the south of France discussing Armand (John Moffat) and the secret code book.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2005)

THE PROTECTORS: ...With a Little Help From My Friends (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Harry Rule and the former Laura Rule arrive at Kahan's house to meet their son's kidnappers.

M5: Letchmore Heath Road/Summerhouse Lane Junction, Patchett's Green

THE SAINT: The Chequered Flag (Leslie Norman: February 1965)
As Simon drives Mandy Ellington to Hunter’s Surrey bungalow in his Volvo.

THE AVENGERS: Split! (Roy Ward Baker: January 1968)
Tara passes the junction as she takes Rooke in her AC 427 to Lord Barnes' house.

DEPARTMENT S: The Pied Piper of Hambledown (Roy Ward Baker: Summer 1968)
Jason King and Stuart Sullivan arrive at Doctor Brogan's house (Crossways Cottage) in order to find out what he had injected into Susan Lewis' arm.

M6: Aragon, Elstree Road, Letchmore Heath

THE BARON: The Seven Eyes of Night (Robert Asher: April 1966)
The wall to Aragon can be seen on back projection as Jeff Walker and the other villains leave the scene of the crime.

THE BARON: Time to Kill (Jeremy Summers: May 1966)
The wall to Aragon can be seen on back projection as The Baron drives to The Carreras Institute.

THE BARON: Night of the Hunter (Roy Baker: July 1966)
The wall to Aragon can be seen on back projection in the villains' car as they chase The Baron.

THE AVENGERS: Death's Door (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
The house and road appear as back projection for Melford's car as he and Steed drive to the conference.

DEPARTMENT S: The Bones of Byrom Blain (Paul Dickson: April 1969)
A ford van arrives from the airport carrying a chest to the house where Sir Curtis is being held. As the van leaves Sullivan enters the house via a drain pipe.

DEPARTMENT S: Handicap Dead (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Sullivan arrives at The Pines, Rickmansworth, to talk to Mrs Lynne.

UFO: Survival (Alan Perry: July 1969)
A SHADO car passes the gates driving in Elstree direction.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Disturbing Case (Ray Austin: Summer 1969)
Whitty (William Mervyn) returns home to Aragon, and the house is watched at night by Smart (Patrick Jordan). Jeff and Marty walk up to the house.

UFO: A Question of Priorities (David Lane: August 1969)
Ed Straker drives his son home after a day taking him round the film studios.

UFO: The Responsibility Seat (Alan Perry: September 1969)
Straker drives past after picking up Jo Fraser.

UFO: Court Martial (Ron Appleton: October 1969)
Straker and Freeman drive past the gates on their way from Foster's flat.

JASON KING: An Author in Search of Two Characters (Cyril Frankel: 1970)
Eve passes the gates of the house on her way to Manor Park House.

M7: Edge Grove School, Oakridge Lane, Aldenhamű

THE SAINT: The Elusive Ellshaw (John Moxey: 1963)
Simon drives Anne Ripwell to Sir John's house in his Volvo for a shooting weekend. That night Kenneth Ripwell runs out of the house to his sports car and races off followed by Simon who chases him in his Volvo.

THE AVENGERS: Two's A Crowd (Roy Baker: May 1965)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) drops Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) off at Brodny's for the cocktail party. Later, leaving the house, Mrs Peel overpowers 'Webster' (Patrick Macnee) and the two allies find themselves attacked by model planes.

THE AVENGERS: What the Butler Saw (Bill Bain: December 1965)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) posing as Major White arrives in an armoured car at Major General Goddard's home. Benson (John Le Mesurier) leaves the house and gets into a waiting taxi, Steed is picked up by Mrs Peel's Lotus and they follow the taxi.

THE AVENGERS: The See-Through Man (Robert Asher: November 1966)
Elena leaves the foreign embassy to meet Ackroyd in her DAF, and Mrs Peel follows in her Lotus.

THE AVENGERS: You'll Catch Your Death (Paul Dickson: April 1968)
Walsingham House, Residence of Colonel Timothy (retired).

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: But What a Sweet Little Room (Roy Ward Baker: Summer 1968)
Jeff and Julia visit the home of Anne Fenwick in Jeff's Vauxhall.

Film:
EDWARD, MY SON (July 1948)

M8: Aldenham

THE AVENGERS: The Grave-Diggers (Quentin Lawrence: March 1965)
Steed visits Pringby churchyard to see where Dr. Hubert Marlowe is buried.

THE AVENGERS: Split! (Roy Baker: January 1968)
Steed drives along Hartspring lane in his Bentley and Aldenham is seen in the background.

DEPARTMENT S: The Pied Piper of Hambledown (Roy Ward Baker: Summer 1968)
Stuart Sullivan visits the farm shop during his tour of Hambledown whilst investigating the extent of the disappearances.

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Paper Dolls (James Hill: 1968)
Craig Miller (Michael Tolan) and Jill Collins (Nanette Newman) go to the village in Rodney's painting to see Mrs Latham. Craig and Jill stay at a local hotel (Church Farm).

Television:
PATHFINDERS: Fog (1972)
PATHFINDERS: For Better for Worse (1972)
AS TIME GOES BY (1992)

Film:
MURDER AT THE GALLOP (1963)
VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED (1960)

M9: Wall Hall College, The University of Hertfordshire, Aldenham

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Behind the Mask (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Brady is lured to the home of the deformed Raphael Constantine.

THE SAINT: The Counterfeit Contessa (Leslie Norman: January 1967)
Simon Templar breaks into the Contessa's villa at night; he later escapes from the villa after being captured.

THE ADVENTURER: Action! (Barry Morse:1971)
Ann Somerby (Natasha Pyne) follows the van carrying Bradley (Gene Barry) John Campbell (John Collin), Carl Bruner (David Lampton), Lola Wells (Alexandra Bastedo) and Peter Maller (Bob Cartland) to the house where General McCreedy (Cec Linder) is staying. As the others watch Brady walks to the house, but he is intercepted by Ann who he sends for help. When he reaches the house, Brady, calls the General out and shoots him.

Film:
NO TIME FOR TEARS (1957)
THE NANNY (1965)
THE VAMPIRE LOVERS (1971)

M10: Summerhouse Lane/Hilfield Lane, Patchett's Green

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Do Me A Favor and Kill Me (Gerry O'Hara: 1968)
Jeff (Joseph Cotten) and Faith (Judy Parfitt) arrive at their country cottage for a weekend break.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

DEPARTMENT S: A Fish Out of Water (Cyril Frankel: April 1969)
Michele Duplay drives from Rafic’s villa to her flat in the Century Building, Beirut, to collect her passport (Hilfield Lane just after junction with Summerhouse Lane).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, November 2011)

M11: M1 Bridge, Sandy Lane/Hilfield Lane, Patchett's Green

THE AVENGERS: Death's Door (Sidney Hayers: May 1967)
On the way to the conference centre, Sir Andrew Boyd asks Steed if he has heard anything in the news about lions.

THE AVENGERS: Split! (Roy Ward Baker: January 1968)
The Bentley drives rapidly over the motorway bridge.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

DEPARTMENT S: The Shift That Never Was (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
Kate Mortimer (Caroline Blakiston) and Douglas Stayte (Eric Lander) arrive at the unopened Northover Atomic Power Station. Stewart (Joel Fabiani) and Jason (Peter Wyngarde) arrive over the bridge, as does a tanker which leaves with a valuable cargo.

M12: Elstree Road, Letchmore Heath

THE SAINT: Where the Money Is (Roger Moore: Summer 1968)
As a blindfolded Simon Templar is taken to see Jenny the road can be seen through the rear window.

THE AVENGERS: Requiem (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Firth (John Cairney) and Barrett (Mike Lewin) stop their car opposite the gates of what appears to be Steeds hideout.

JASON KING: An Author in Search of Two Characters (Cyril Frankel: 1970)
Claire follows Eve’s car when she leaves the film studio

Film:
WHERE THE SPIES ARE (1965)

M13: Players Cottages, Elstree Road, Elstree

THE AVENGERS: Requiem (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Firth (John Cairney) and Barrett (Mike Lewin) park outside the cottages when they think that they have found Steed's retreat.

M14: The Battleaxes, Aldenham Road/Butterfly Lane, Elstree


Photo: Wyn Roberts

THE AVENGERS: Too Many Christmas Trees (Roy Baker: February 1965)
Steed and Mrs Peel drive to Brandon Storey's house in the Bentley.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE SAINT: Flight Plan (Roy Baker: September 1966)
Simon's Volvo passes the pub as he races to prevent the theft of the Osprey from the air base.

THE SAINT: The Organisation Man (Leslie Norman: Spring 1968)
Whilst out training the Simon persuades a passing moped to give him a lift to the local pub. The following evening Simon is followed to the pub by Cable.

THE AVENGERS: Legacy of Death (Don Chaffey: July 1968)
Sidney Street (Stratford Johns) and Humbert Green (Ronald Lacey) are changing a flat tyre on their Ford Tudor, Sidney complains while Humbert fixes the tyre and they set off down the road.
(Identified by Sam Denham, confirmed by Geoff Dodd, August 2012)

DEPARTMENT S: The Bones Of Byrom Blane (Paul Dickson: 1968)
Byrom Blane's car passes a pub on the way to Marling Dale.

Film:
WHERE THE SPIES ARE (1965)
NOT NOW COMRADE (1976)

M15: Dagger Lane, Elstree

THE MAN FROM INTERPOL: Soul Pedlars (Max Varnel: )
The car carrying Nichlos Hatvarny and Patrak is followed by Smith, Zita and Inspector Muller as it leaves the hotel.

H.G.WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Point of Destruction (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Stefan (Derren Nesbitt) and Katrina (Patricia Jessel) are ambushed by a police car as they drive from the airport.

THE AVENGERS: The Murder Market (Peter Graham Scott: December 1964)
Steed and Emma drive off in a hearse to new adventures.

THE AVENGERS: The Master Minds (Peter Graham Scott: December 1964)
Steed and Mrs Peel arrive at Sir Clive Todd's house in the Bentley.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Death at Bargain Prices (Charles Crichton: January 1965)
Steed and Emma pedal to new adventures on two bicycles.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE CHAMPIONS: The Invisible Man (Cyril Frankel: May 1967)
Hallam's Mercedes drives towards Rotterdam.


photo: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Nearly at the end of their quest Steed and Penny set off in the Bentley for Benstead's. On the way Penny tells Steed an anecdote concerning a rhinoceros (they pass houses just north of the blood products centre in back projection).

THE AVENGERS: Have Guns - Will Haggle (Ray Austin: October 1967)
Tara's Lotus is chased by Conrad's Jaguar, almost being pushed into a parked motor coach. Conrad is run off the road by Tara.

THE SAINT: The Man Who Gambled With Life (Freddie Francis: Summer 1968)
Simon Templar drives his Volvo to the country for a quiet picnic, but he is being followed by a Ford Transit van (they pass houses just north of the blood products centre in back projection). Simon turns off the main road and is followed by the van (from Dagger Lane on to Hogg Lane).

THE AVENGERS: Killer (Cliff Owen: September 1968)
Trouncer makes his escape in the back of a van.

DEPARTMENT S: A Small War of Nerves (Leslie Norman: Spring 1969)
Stewart (Joel Fabiani) and Jason (Peter Wyngarde) in the Vauxhall survey the house where they think Halliday is prisoner.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!:The Go-Karters (Harry Booth: 1969)
A motorcycle policeman is waiting at the junction when he sees Spring's go-kart fly past.

M16: Ham Farm Cottage, Dagger Lane/Hogg Lane, Elstree

THE SAINT: The Man Who Gambled With Life (Freddie Francis: Summer 1968)
Simon in his Volvo follows Stella Longman (Jayne Sofiano) in her red sports car from his flat. She loses him at a road junction when a removal van pulls out in front of him.

M17: Elstree Aerodrome, Hogg Lane, Elstree

H.G.WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Point of Destruction (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Stefan (Derren Nesbitt) and Katrina (Patricia Jessel) park by the airport to watch the latest diffuser test flight.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Flight Into Darkness (Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Wilson and Sewell of the World Peace Organisation have kidnapped Doctor Stephens and drive him to a plane waiting at Woodley airport near Reading. Doctor Peter Brady and Pat, Stephens’ daughter, are hot on the tail and follow the villains to and through the airport gates in his Austin Healey. The police are not far behind and arrest Fisher (Alex Scott), the pilot of the plane.
(Identified by Gary Loveday, February 2009)

DANGER MAN: The Island (Pennington Richards: 1960)
A Chrisler Imperial delivers Bobby Palmer (Ann Firbank) to the airfield. Drake later escorts Wilson and Jones to the aircraft.

DANGER MAN: Don't Nail Him Yet (Michael Truman: 1964)
Drake (Patrick McGoohan) and Peter Rawson (John Fraser) are taken to the airfield by Dian (Sheila Allen) and Lucus (Anthony Dawson). They get into a plane piloted by Dian, but Drake is able to escape with Rawson by jumping from the plane. Drake runs back to the car and chases after the plane.

DANGER MAN: Have A Glass Of Wine (Peter Maxwell: 1964)
Suzanne and Lamaze arrive at a airfield in Burgundy, France, where Lamaze will take a plane to Paris. Unknown to either of them, Drake is the pilot of the plane and will fly him to London.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2006)

THE SAINT: The Damsel in Distress (Peter Yates: Aug/Sep 1964)
With the police hot on their tail Allesandro, Guido and Simon Templar (Roger Moore) drive the unconscious Guyiseppe Rolfieri to Florence Aero Club. Allesandro and Simon carry their victim to a waiting plane. Guido bravely fends the police off with his car while the others make their escape.

GIDEON'S WAY: The Alibi Man (Cyril Frankel: February 1965)
After previously dropping her off outside the aerodrome (Aldenham Road) Eric Little (James Culliford) picks up Marjorie Bellman (Jennifer Daniel) from the end of the runway before he takes off for France.

THE BARON: The Legions of Ammak (John Moxey: August 1965)
King Ibrahim's plane is waiting to take off when the Baron arrives in his Jensen and boards the plane.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Gun-Runners (Robert Asher: February 1967)
Two policemen wait at a Belgian airfield for the arrival of Hartington's plane.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Invisible Man (Cyril Frankel: May 1967)
Hallam's Mercedes leaves the Dutch airport.

DEPARTMENT S: The Trojan Tanker (Ray Austin: Summer 1968)
Veronica Bray (Patricia Haines) lands at the aerodrome after giving a spectacular air display.

DEPARTMENT S: Handicap Dead (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Annabelle goes to an airfield where Jason King is about to make a parachute jump.

DEPARTMENT S: One of Our Aircraft is Empty (Paul Dickson: 1968)
Stuart Sullivan (Joel Fabiani) goes to the private aircraft of London Airport to talk to a mechanic (Alan Hockey) about anyone chartering aircraft the previous night.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Sentimental Journey (Leslie Norman: July 1968)
Dandy Garrison (Tracy Crisp) attempts to escape by plane, but Marty blows the craft out of her reach until the police arrive.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE SAINT: The Man Who Gambled With Life (Freddie Francis: Summer 1968)
Stella Longman (Jayne Sofiano) arrives at the airport in her red sports car and is met by her sister, Vanessa (Veronica Carlson). The two sisters take off in a helicopter just as Simon arrives

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Money to Burn (Ray Austin: Early 1969)
Anne-Marie Benson's plane takes off from a private airport in Surrey and lands again after Marty's intervention.

THE SAINT: Double Take (Leslie Norman: April 1969)
The Saint and Patroclos race to Athens Airport to intercept the double but arrive to late and watch as his plane takes off.

THE ADVENTURER: Somebody Doesn't Like Me (Cyril Frankel)
Buckley (Robin Hawdon) visits the aerodrome late at night to sabotage Gene Bradley's (Gene Barry) private jet.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2005)

THE PROTECTORS: Talkdown (Jeremy Summers: Early 1972)
Harry Rule (Robert Vaughan) is lured to an airfield by Foster (Derren Nesbitt) and left in an airborne 'plane when Foster parachutes out. Under guidance, Harry lands the plane and the Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter) and Paul (Tony Anholt) hand Foster over to Inspector Hill (John Nettleton).
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Assult Force (Peter Sadsey: 1978)
Simon (Ian Ogilvy) and Jim O'Hara (Bryan Marshall) walk over to the cafe after their parachute practice.

HAMMER HOUSE OF MYSTERY AND SUSPENSE: A Distant Scream (John Hough: December 1983)
Clifford (Stephen Greif) is followed to an airport by the spectre of Michael Harris as he makes his getaway by plane.

Film:
YOU MUST BE JOKING (1965)

M18: Hilfield Castle, Hilfield Lane, nr. Elstreeű

THE AVENGERS: Too Many Christmas Trees (Roy Baker: February 1965)
Steed and Mrs Peel approach Brandon Storey's large country house.

THE BARON: So Dark the Night (Robert Tronson: June 1966)
Establishing shots of Carl Grant's House.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: For The Girl Who Has Everything (Cyril Frankel: Summer 1968)
Jeff's Vauxhall arrives at Kim Wentworth's mansion Crake Castle.

Television:
DEAD RINGERS (200?)
LITTLE BRITAIN (200?)

Film:
MURDER AT THE GALLOP (1963)

M19: The International University, (formerly The Royal Masonic Senior School), The Avenue, Bushey

THE AVENGERS: A Sense of History (Peter Graham Scott: January 1966)
Establishing shots of St. Bodes come from stock footage.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Death's Door (Sidney Hayers: May 1967)
The image of a lion at the conference centre causes the nervous Sir Andrew Boyd (Clifford Evans) to bolt and get hit by a car. Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Lord Melford (Allan Cuthbertson) arrive at the conference, but Melford's case handle falls off. Steed and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) arrive at the conference centre to check out Melford's nightmares.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: The Return of the Cybernauts (Robert Day: 22nd May, 1967)
A clock tower shows the time to be 4 o'clock as the cybernaut approaches on it's first mission.

Film:
LUCKY JIM (1957)
IT'S GREAT TO YOUNG (1956)
LIFEFORCE (1985)

Television:
DECEPTIONS (1985)
GRANGE HILL (1992)
BUGS: Jewel Control (1998)
BRAMWELL: Loose Women (1999)
SPACED: Episode 5 (1999)
JUDGE JOHN DEED: Appropriate Response (2002)
MURDER ROOMS (????)
STRANGE (200?)
DR. TERRIBLE'S HOUSE OF HORRIBLE: Lizard of Death (200?)
LITTLE BRITAIN (200?)
HARRY ENFIELD PRESENTS (2001)

M20: Starveacres, Watford Road, Radlettű

THE AVENGERS: Small Game for Big Hunters(Gerry O'Hara: September 1965)
Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) parks her Lotus next to Steed's Bentley at Dr. Gibson's house in Hertfordshire (Starveacres from the front) and enters the house. Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs Peel step out of the house drawn by the sound of distant drums. Professor Swain (Liam Redmond) drives up to the house and is met by Mrs Peel. Later Dr. Gibson (A J Brown) is found paralysed in the grounds of the house by Mrs Peel. Steed decides to investigate the Kalayan Ex-Serviceman's Association based in Colonel Rawlings house (Starveacres from the rear) which is just opposite Dr. Gibson's home.

THE AVENGERS: Escape in Time (John Krish: September 1966)
Thyssen arrives on the forecourt in both a carriage and on horseback. Vesta (Judy Parfitt) arrives back at Thyssen's with Steed in pursuit.

THE AVENGERS: Something Nasty in the Nursery (James Hill: March 1967)
Webster (Paul Hardwick) and Collins (Patrick Newell) arrive at Beaumont's house, followed by Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) and Steed (Patrick Macnee). Mrs Peel finds a wheelchair in the bushes.

THE AVENGERS: Have Guns - Will Haggle (Ray Austin: October 1967)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) drives his Bentley to Stockley House, and is seen arriving by Nsonga (Johnny Sekka) and Giles (Roy Stewart). Steed shows Adrianna (Nicola Pagett) that he has the cash with him.

M21: Common Lane, Letchmore Heath

THE SAINT: The World Beater (Leslie Norman: Summer 1968)
Soon after setting off on the race Simon Templar and Kay Collingwood find themselves travelling through a quiet suburb (back projection of Back Lane on to Common Lane).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd).

M22: Letchmore Lodge, Elstree Road

THE AVENGERS: Killer (Cliff Owen: September 1968)
Lady Diana (Jennifer Croxton) arrives at the home of Wilkington in her MGB.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, May 2005).

M23: Hilfield Lane


photo: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: Death's Door (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Melford gets a fright when a cyclist suddenly turns in front of his car as he and Steed drive to the conference (Hilfield Lane between Hilfield Castle and Hilfield Farm).
(Iidentified by Geoff Dodd, April 2013)

THE AVENGERS: Split! (Roy Ward Baker: January 1968)
Tara King (Linda Thorson) leaves Steed to go and obtain a second opinion on the handwriting sample (passing Hilfield Farm). She drives down a country lane in her AC 427. She sees an apparent traffic accident (in the vicinity of Hilfield Castle). She drives stops her AC 427 by the crashed Triumph and is immediately set upon by Himel (John G. Heller) and an accomplice. The accomplice drives off in Tara’s car and an ambulance arrives carrying Doctor Constantine (Bernard Archard).

DEPARTMENT S: The Shift That Never Was (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
The tanker leaves the atomic power station heading for its rendezvous. Just later Stewart Sullivan and Jason King drive to the Northover Atomic Power Station in the hope of finding Annabelle. They narrowly miss hitting a tanker on the road.

THE AVENGERS: Requiem (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Major Firth (John Cairney), Lieutenant Barrett (Mike Lewin) and Rista (Terence Sewards) search for Steeds hideout near Henley (their car passing electricity pylons on Hilfield Lane).

M24: 16th Century Cottage, School Lane, Bricket Wood (modified in the 1980s)

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Assault Force (Peter Sasdy: 1977)
Simon Templar (lan Ogilvy) drives Jeanette (Kate O'Mara) to the safe house in his Jaguar.

M25: Pegmire Lane, near the junction of Summerhouse Lane, Patchetts Green

THE AVENGERS: Split! (Roy Baker: January 1968)
Pegmire Lane, near the junction of Summerhouse Lane, Patchetts Green - After collecting Lord Barnes, who has arrived by helicopter, Tara King drives him home in her AC Cobra.
(Identified by Matthew Hart, April 2010)

M26: The Tudor House, junction of The Avenue and Park Avenue, Radlett

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: The New People (Peter Sasdy: 1968)
Hank Prentiss (Robert Reed) and Anne Prentiss (Jennifer Hilary) move into their new home, not suspecting that Matt Dystal (Milo O'Shea) has plans for them.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, March 2014)

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