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N1: Elstree and Borehamwood Station, Shenley Road, Borehamwood

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Jailbreak (Pennington Richards: 1958)
As the train pulls into the station, Doris (Denny Dayvis) gets out with the stolen wallet and runs across the track as the train sets off again. Joe Green (Dermot Walsh) chases after her.

DANGER MAN: The Sanctuary (Charles Frend: 1959)
An express flashes through Glen Doon station, allowing Drake to make his escape

N2: Station Road, Borehamwood

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: Tiger Takes Off (Harry Booth: 1969)
Tiger (Debbie Russ), unable to steer the hovercraft, crashes into Albert (Melvyn Hayes) and carries him off. Soon Scooper (Peter Firth), Spring (Brinsley Forde), Billie (Gillian Bailey), Brains (Michael Audreson), Doughnut (Douglas Simmonds) and Sticks (Bruce Clark) catch up with them.

N3: The Borehamwood Retail Estate, Theobald Street, Borehamwood

INSPECTOR MORSE: Driven to Distraction (Sandy Johnson: 1989)
Morse (John Thaw) and Lewis (Kevin Whately) wait outside Safeway's in Sergeant Maitland's (Mary Jo Randle) car in order to find out how easy it would be for their quarry to pick a victim.

N4: Shenley Road, Borehamwood


Clarendon Road

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Bank Raid (Ralph Smart: 1958)
Brady and Sally force Williams (Brian Rawlinson) and Crowther (Willoughby Goddard) off Clarendon Road just as the police arrive. Brady puts the cash from the raid into the villains' car before taking Sally (Deborah Watling) home.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Rocket (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
The articulated truck with the rocket on board careers down Clarendon Road as Brady wrestles with Reitter in the cab. The truck narrowly misses a police car and crashes into the kerb. The police leave to arrest the rest of the gang as Brady hands Reitter to the Det. Inspector (Robert Raglan).

THE SAINT: The Well Meaning Mayor (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
Hackett's Renault drives away from Templar’s hotel (along the slip road between Grosvenor Road and Clarendon Road). He approaches a road junction (driving along Cardinal Avenue towards Shenley Road) when a van starts to pull in front of him. Hackett swerves and breaks.

THE SAINT: The Scorpion (Roy Baker: December 1963)
”Long Harry” Garret (Philip Latham) is being chased through London by a thug on a motorbike. He spots a phone box and crosses the road (from corner of Grosvenor Road). After entering the phone box he calls Simon Templar for help.

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Dual Control (Roy Baker: ???)
Jane Falcon (Annette Andre) is foiled from jumping the queue at a bus stop and throws herself under a taxi when she finds herself unable to get on a full bus (by Clarendon Road).

GIDEON’S WAY: The State Visit (John Moxey: August 1964)
Commander Gideon (John Gregson) and Detective Chief Inspector David Keen (Alexander Davion) find a television outside broadcast van to help them search for Max Fischer (Shenley Road seen from inside the studios).
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened to George Foster (Don Chaffey: November 1964)
John Drake makes his escape in a stolen police car.

GIDEONS WAY: Gang War(Quentin Lawrence - January/February 1965)
Henry Waldo (Frederick Bartman) and Lollo Romano (Jane Merrow) leave the restaurant in Dean Street (The Grosvenor Hotel) and are seen by Cowboy (James Chase).

THE AVENGERS: Quick-Quick Slow Death (James Hill: October 1965)
Willi Fehr (Michael Peake) pushes his pram across the high street.

THE AVENGERS: Epic (James Hill: February 1967)
Mrs.Peel (Diana Rigg) is driven (west along Shenley Road then down Theobald Street and east towards Cowley Hill) in Kirby's taxi.

THE AVENGERS: Something Nasty in the Nursery (James Hill: March 1967)
Gordon (Trevor Bannister)plants a baby bouncer in the car of Sir George Collins (Patrick Newell) parked in the car park at the rear of his apartment (Studio 70 Cinema, which stood directly in front of the ABP Studios before it was demolished). Once the the ball is planted he return to his blue Mini van and a figure dressed as a nanny gets out of the rear. Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) arrives looking for Sir George when Gordon (Trevor Bannister) intervenes by trying to run Mrs Peel down in the Van. She escapes into the back door of the apartment block watches as the nanny leaps into the van as it drives off. She finds Sir George in his car behaving very strangely.After leaving the shop of J.W. Martin and Son and Son and Son, the mysterious nanny steps into the Mini van which drives off just as Steed arrives in his Bentley (directly opposite the doors of the Studio 70 Cinema on Brook Road).

THE SAINT: When Spring is Sprung (Jim O'Connoly: March 1967)
Peter Quentin (Harvey Ashby) posing as Simon Templar visits a local supermarket (between Whitehouse Avenue and Cardinal Avenue) in the Volvo. On the pretext of buying bread he changes places with the real Saint who is waiting inside. Quentin has been followed by a policeman (Brian Mosley) who does not notice the switch.

THE SAINT: The Best Laid Schemes (John Moxey: May 1967)
Simon Templar follows John Everett's (Fulton Mackay) Jaguar in his Volvo down the high street and turns left past a church into the car park (redeveloped) where he has a meeting with Ballard (Godffrey Quigley).

THE CHAMPIONS: The Experiment (Cyril Frankel: June 1967)
The men following Sharron lose her and one (Julian Strange) phones in their report from a call box.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Night People (Robert Asher: June 1967)
Craig (Stuart Damon) foils a raid on Lloyd's Bank by stealing a villain's gun.

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
The secret agent (Patrick McGoohan) gets his mission from Potter (Christopher Benjamin), posing as a shoe black (in shop doorway corner of Grosvenor Road and Shenley Road) and then goes to the Magnum Record shop, watched by the woman in white (Justine Lord).

THE CHAMPIONS: Autokill (Roy Ward Baker: Early 1968)
The photographs shown to the drugged Richard depict Klein (Paul Eddington) being 'killed' on the high street.

DEPARTMENT S: Handicap Dead (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Sullivan (Joel Fabiani) watches Eddie Curtis (Neil McCallum) leave the post office and follows him into a cafe opposite and questions him about the break-in and murder, until Eddie makes a run for it and is kidnapped at the roadside.

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
Jason talks to a taxi driver about the London Underground employee he picked up at Redbridge (back projection looking East opposite near the Post Office).

THE SAINT: Where the Money Is (Roger Moore: Summer 1968)
Simon Templar is taken by a mysterious girl in a limousine on a nocturnal trip to a deserted film studio.

THE SAINT: The World Beater (Leslie Norman: Summer 1968)
Simon Templar and Kay Collingwood race along Elstree Way at the start of the rally, seen in the back projection.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Sentimental Journey (Leslie Norman: July 1968)
After escaping from Sam Seymour Jeff is picked up by the police in a car which is waiting for him (on Cardinal Avenue). The car drives up to a junction (with Shenley Road which appears on back projection). The car drives along a small road ( the road that runs parallel with Shenley Road then doubles back along the main road and past the junction with Cardinal Avenue, at the same time the back projection for Jeff's side of the car is several sequences of a journey from west to east along Shenley Road). Jeff is picked up a second time by the police (on Clarendon Road, the back projection is of the route around the corner onto Shenley Road).

 
Drayton Road

THE AVENGERS: They Keep Killing Steed (Robert Fuest: August 1968)
Bruno (William Ellis) drives to deliver the cases containing face moulds to two agents staying at addresses on Drayton Road.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: It's Supposed to be Thicker Than Water (Leslie Norman: Autumn 1968)
Looking for Johnny Cracken Jeff talks to a contact outside Sainsbury's supermarket (91-97 Shenley Road). He also visits a branch of Joe Coral's betting shop (110 Shenley Road).

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Do Me A Favor and Kill Me (Gerry O'Hara: 1968)
Whilst walking through a busy street Jeff Wheeler (Joseph Cotton) steps into the road and is nearly hit by a speeding car that appears to have been following him.


Grosvenor Road

THE AVENGERS: Love All (Peter Sykes: November 1968)
Steed goes to a meeting with Mother under a manhole in Grosvenor Road.

DEPARTMENT S: Les Fleurs du Mal (Cyril Frankel: 1969)
Jason and Annabelle are staking out Vabour’s flat when they see Stacey leave and they follow. Later Jason goes back to stake out the building alone.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Money to Burn (Ray Austin: Early 1969)
Jeff (Mike Pratt) visits the supermarket to demand an unpaid fee from the manager and storms out in disgust.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!:Tiger Takes Off (Harry Booth: 1969)
The hovercraft runs down the road out of control.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: Invaders From Space (Jeremy Summers: 1969)
The invading spacemen attempt to conquer the high street both in their van and on foot.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: The Pop Singer (Harry Booth: 1969)
Albert (Melvyn Hayes) hands out flyers for the Cool Cavalier's concert but is pursued by a policeman (Ivor Salter).

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: A Helping Hound (Jeremy Summers: 1969)
Mr. Primble (Graham Stark) arrives at Mrs Vickers' (Nora Nicholson) house (on Clarendon Road) to inspect it. Scooper (Peter Firth), Spring (Brinsley Forde), Billie (Gillian Bailey), Brains (Michael Audreson), Doughnut (Douglas Simmonds), Sticks (Bruce Clark) and Tiger (Debbie Russ) watch as Mr Primble attempts to leave in one piece. Later Tiger finds a stray dog on the street.

DEPARTMENT S: A Fish Out of Water (Cyril Frankel: April 1969)
The customs officer recognises Jason King (Peter Wyngarde) from a photograph in Takla’s collection (standing outside a bank opposite the studios). There is also a shot of Stewart Sullivan (Joel Fabiani) by a telephone box (probably the one by the studio main entrance).

THE PROTECTORS: Thinkback (Cyril Frankel: 1972)
Harry and The Contessa race through twilight streets to the film studio where Frank Dilling is hiding. As they are in an ambulance Harry uses the siren to clear a path through the busy streets.

THE PROTECTORS: The Insider (Don Leaver: 1973)
The Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter) jumps into a taxi in order to follow Smith's car as he leaves the studios with the ransom money.

THE PROFESSIONALS: Cry Wolf (Phil Meheux: 1981)
Bodie (Lewis Collins) drives Doyle (Martin Shaw) in his Ford to meet with Susan Grant at the beginning of their assignment.

Television:
GHOST SQUAD: It Won’t be a Stylish Marriage (1961)
AUF WIEDERSEHEN, PET (1983)
ALEXEI SAYLE'S STUFF (1989)
GRANGE HILL (1991)

Films:
I THANK A FOOL (1962)
ON THE BUSES
(1971)
DIGBY, THE BIGGEST DOG IN THE WORLD (1973)
PERCY'S PROGRESS (1974)

N5: Associated British Elstree Studios, Shenley Road, Borehamwood (partly demolished)


This half of the studios has been demolished

THE SAINT: Marcia (John Krish: 1963)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) arrives at the National Picture Corporation Studios in his Volvo and enters. He returns after a few days, and then later with actress Claire Avery (Samantha Eggar).

THE SAINT: The Well Meaning Mayor (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
A van pulls up by the Studio entrance, forcing a collision with Hackett's car. Hacket (Norman Bird) and Maxin (David Morrel) get into a fight, until a policeman intervenes.

THE SAINT: Staring the Saint (James Hill: 1963)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) arrives at the studios in his Volvo. The next day Inspector Teal (Wensley Pithey) arrives at the studio in a police Wolseley.

THE SAINT: The Revolution Racket (Pat Jackson: April/May 1964)
Doris Inkler (Suzanne Lloyd) leaves a restaurant and is forced into a cab by the Enriques Brothers (Peter Arne and Michael Godfrey), as Francisco (Reginald Jessup) watches.

THE SAINT: The Man Who Liked Toys (John Gilling: June 1964)
At the Costello and Hammel factory, Duggan (David Lodge) holds a union meeting by the main gate He is waiting by his bike when Enstone (John Bascomb) and Fowler (Maurice Kaufmann) arrive in Enston's Bentley, followed by The Saint's Volvo. After Enstone enters the research section, Fowler drives away followed by Duggan. Fowler returns to the building and meets Enstone and Hammel (John Paul). Later that night Simon Tempter (Roger Moore) returns to the factory in his Volvo with Claire wheeler, climbs over the gate and enters the building. Claire drives off in the Volvo as Costello (Inigo Jackson) and Hanimel arrive at the factory in a Rover and enter the building Hammil later returns from the building armed with a gun, shooting at the pursuing Templar until he runs out of bullets. He and Templar then fight until Inspector Teal (Ivor Dean) and Claire (Rosemary Reede) arrive with a squad of policemen

THE SAINT: The Hi-Jackers (David Eaby: June/July 1964)
Extensively featured as the American base.

THE SAINT: The Golden Frog (John Moxey Nov/Dec 1964)
From his hotel Simon Templar sees a taxi drive off.

GIDEON’S WAY: How to Retire Without Really Working (George Pollock: November/December 1964)
Robert Gresham (Eric Barker) goes to stake out the offices of Mitchell Plastics Ltd. for a robbery. The policeman tailing him thinks he’s there for a legitimate job.

THE SAINT: The Crime of the Century (John Gilling: Janury 1965)
The International Chemicals, European Research Division building where Betty Tregrath works. Later this is also the mint where Simon arrives at the gates in a van with the leaders of the gang and attack the guards with gas bombs. The rest of the gang arrive in and enter the mint through the open gates unopposed. As they leave, Rexhel's men gas the other members of the gang and shoot their accomplices at the gate.

THE BARON: Samurai West (John Moxey: July 1965)
Yasugi (Larry White) breaks into the Reflexo Glass & Mirrors Ltd. factory to kill Sterling. Mannering (Steve Forrest) arrives in his Jensen with David (Paul Ferris) and Samantha (Jeanne Boland) but the guard, Simpson (Royston Tickner), refuses them entry.

THE AVENGERS: How to Succeed ... at Murder (Don Leaver: February 1966)
Mary Merryweather (Sarah Lawson) leaves her offices after work and is followed by Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) as she drives to her keep-fit class.

THE SAINT: The Reluctant Revolution (Leslie Norman: April/May 1966)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) watches as Diane (Jennie Linden) leaves he hotel. Later he returns with Vargs (Peter Halliday) to retrieve Diane's passport from her hotel room.

THE BARON: The Maze (Jeremy Summers: June 1966)
Cordelia (Sue Lloyd) arrives at Ardenstone Hospital in her DAF to check on Mannering's recovery.

THE SAINT: Locate and Destroy (Leslie Norman: July 1966)
Karsh (Victor Beaumont) arrives at a Lima hospital in a Jeep with Merkin (Harvey Hall) looking for Salter. After finding that Salter has died they see Simon (Roger Moore) and Maria (Francesca Annis) leave the hospital and decide to follow.

THE BARON: Countdown (Robert Asher: October 1966)
Mannering (Steve Forrest) and Cordelia (Sue Lloyd) arrive at the Trans-Anglo Film Studios in the Jensen. Arkin Morley's white Rover leaves the studios later.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Silent Enemy (Robert Asher: April 1967)
As an ambulance leaves the NATO naval base gates, Stanton (Paul Maxwell) goes to make a 'phone call before Sharron (Alexandra Bastedo) arrives. Admiral Parker (Warren Stanhope) is stopped by reporters as his car leaves the base.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Search (Leslie Norman: April 1967)
Haller (John Woodvine) arrives at the gates of the NATO naval base.

THE AVENGERS: The £50,000 Breakfast (Robert Day: July 1967)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) arrive in the Bentley at the hospital to check on Dusty Rhodes.

THE AVENGERS: The Curious Case of the Countless Clues (Don Sharp: January 1968)
Earle (Anthony Bate) and Gardiner (Kenneth Cope) collect their 'evidence' as Flanders (Edward de Souza) leaves the underground car park.

THE CHAMPIONS: Autokill(Roy Ward Baker: Early 1968)
Klein (Paul Eddington) drops Brading off back at Nemesis HQ and later collects Tremayne (Anthony Nicolls) to identify his stolen case. Richard (William Gaunt) has his wallet stolen by Barka (Eric Pohlmann) and is later collected by Klein, but Craig (Stuart Damon) and Sharron (Alexandra Bastedo) follow.

THE AVENGERS: Whoever Shot Poor George Oblique Stroke XR40? (Cyril Frankel: April 1968)
A security guard patrols The Ministry of Technology, Cybernetics and Computer Division, administration building.

THE SAINT: The Double Take (Leslie Norman: Spring 1968)
After seeing Patroclos' car leave his Athens office, Simon (Roger Moore), Eugene Patroclos (Gregorie Aslan) and Annabel (Kate O'Mara) race down to the front of the building and get into a car to follow the first.

DEPARTMENT S: The Trojan Tanker (Ray Austin: Summer 1968)
The tanker drives through the gates of OrlyAirport, Paris.

THE AVENGERS: Wish You Were Here (Don Chaffey: September 1968)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Tara (Linda Thorson) sit in Steed's yellow Rolls outside the office of Tara's Uncle Charles.

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: Late 1968)
Annabelle Hurst is waiting for Stewart Sullivan in a car outside Draper’s office when she recognises two men who arrive by car Clark (Derek Newark), and Rogers (Harvey Hall).
(Spotted by Paul Stroud, October 2012)

DEPARTMENT S: Soup of the Day (Leslie Norman: Spring 1969)
Jason King (Peter Wyngarde) arrives to climb the fence of Ramos & Ca. Lda. Ramos (David Healy) and Segres (Peter Arne) enter the building with heavies, and when Segres departs Jason follows him.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: Robbie The Robot (Harry Booth: 1969)
The Double Deckers' robot knocks golf balls into Mr. Parson's garden (cottage by studio gates). Tiger (Debbie Russ) loses her tiger over the garden wall and provokes Parson (Frank Thornton) into calling in a policeman (Ivor Salter). Scooper (Peter Firth), Brains (Michael Audreson) and Sticks (Bruce Clark) send the robot in to fetch the tiger. Later all the gang, including Spring (Brinsley Forde), Billie (Gillian Bailey) and Doughnut (Douglas Simmonds), arrive at Century Television Studios for a recording of Inventors Club.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: Starstruck (Harry Booth: 1969)
Scooper (Peter Firth), Spring (Brinsley Forde), Billie (Gillian Bailey), Brains (Michael Audreson), Doughnut (Douglas Simmonds), Sticks (Bruce Clark) and Tiger (Debbie Russ) wait by the gates of Century Film Studios for autographs. Although the security guards (David Lodge, Hugh Walters) tell them off, when Zizi Bagor (Liz Fraser) loses her dog at the gates they are soon in demand.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: A Helping Hound (Jeremy Summers: 1969)
Scooper (Peter Firth), Spring (Brinsley Forde), Billie (Gillian Bailey), Brains (Michael Audreson), Doughnut (Douglas Simmonds) and Sticks (Bruce Clark) try to earn some money by doing odd jobs around a house. Tiger (Debbie Russ) arrives with a dog she has found and causes havoc.

JASON KING: An Author in Search of Two Characters (Cyril Frankel: 1970)
Jason arrives at the film studios and pulls up outside Stage 8. Later, Eve (Sue Lloyd) leaves the studios in her car, and is followed by Claire.

THE PROTECTORS: Thinkback (Cyril Frankel: 1972)
Harry (Robert Vaughn) and the Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter) arrive in an ambulance at the deserted film studios where Wilson (Ian Hendry) and Peters (Keith Bell) are hunting their prey.

THE PROTECTORS: A Kind of Wild Justice (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Paul (Tony Anholt) chases after the girl who shot Harry after she tries to kill him a second time, but loses her in the hospital car park.

THE PROTECTORS: The Big Hit (Roy Ward Baker: 1972)
Chino drives Paul and the Contessa to the Howard Swimwear factory.

THE PROTECTORS: WAM Part Two (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Commissioner Braun (Olaf Pooley) arrives at the cable car station in a police car. Monica Davies (Jill Townsend) arrives at the Hotel Rothauser and is followed in by the Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter).

THE PROTECTORS: Zeke's Blues (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Harry Rule (Robert Vaughan) arrives at the Gunter Hotel to collect the Contessa.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Diplomat’s Daughter (Charles Crichton: 1978)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) and Marie de la Garde (Lynn Dalby) arrive at Calais in Simon’s Jaguar. Simon goes to check the ferry and sees the Rolls Royce driven by Louis (Artro Morris). He also sees an argument between Michel (Weston Gavin) and Louis after a gendarme (Jeremy Anthony) inspects the car. Shriver (Karl Held) watches from his car. Later Simon helps the Customs officers (Stanley McGeagh and Stacy Davis) as they search the Rolls. After no drugs are found in the car Marie drives off in Simon’s jaguar. Fortunately Simon has attached a homing device and follows on his motorbike, ST2.

INSPECTOR MORSE: Driven to Distraction (Sandy Johnson: 1989)
Morse (John Thaw) and Lewis (Kevin Whately) follow a potential attack victim to Thames Valley Criminal Records Office in Sergeant Maitland's (Mary Jo Randle) car. They find out from the security guard at the gate (Murray Ewan) that their assumptions were wrong.

PULASKI: The Fictional Detective (Christopher King: Spring 1987)
Jerome (Rolf Saxon) and Larry Summers (David Andrews) travel around the roundabout in front of the Cannon Elstree Studios in their Cadilac and drive up Shenley Road.

Films:
ON THE BUSES (1971)
MAN ABOUT THE HOUSE (1974)

N6: Shenley

THE MAN FROM INTERPOL: All The Dead Were Harrisons (1960)
A stranger calls on Mrs Harrison and kills her.

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Skeleton in the Cupboard (Roy Baker: June 1964)
Dr. Corder drives past some thatched cottages (on Green Street) on his way to see Dr. Fisher.

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened to George Foster? (Don Chaffey: November 1964)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) goes to the Taylor Car Hire Company to enquire about George Foster. He talks to Stan (Brian Anderson) and Ben (Bill Cortell) and is offered directions by a motorcyclist who drives away with Drake.

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Swann and Miller are manning a check point near Maidenhead and call Peter Corrio when Templar’s Volvo passes.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, November 2014)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Miss Belle (Robert Stevens: Autumn 1968)
Drake (George Maharis) steals some money from a car outside a pub and then enters. After getting a job with Miss Weston (Barbara Jefford) he drives her into the village. Whist waiting for a bus Drake takes the opportunity to steal a shirt from a village shop, but he is seen by a girl (Adrienne Posta).

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Yesterday's Hero (Roy Ward Baker: 1978)
Disket (Tony Vogel) parks his Land Rover at the side of the road and Roy Gates (Ian Hendry) climbs out to post a letter.

N7: Oaklands College, Elstree Way, Borehamwood

UFO: Confetti Check A-O.K. (David Lane: November 1969)
Straker's American saloon car pulls up at the entrance.

N8: GEC Marconi Borehamwood/GPT Borehamwood, Elstree Way, Borehamwood

THE PRISONER: Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling (Pat Jackson: August 1967)
'The Colonel' (Nigel Stock) is taken in the continual lifts up to see Sir Charles by Villiers (James Bree). When he leaves later to search for Seltzman, he is followed by Potter (Frederic Abbott).

THE PROTECTORS: A Kind of Wild Justice (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Harry (Robert Vaughn)and The Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter) go to see George Soaper (Barry Stanton)at his garage (Opposite GEC Building between Elstree Way/Rowley Lane) to find out whom he rented a car.

N9: The Thatched Barn Hotel/Elstree Moat House, Rowley Lane, Borehamwood (demolished)
51°39'24.95"N,  0°15'0.80"W

THE SAINT: The Miracle Tea Party (Roger Moore: March 1964)
Dr. Sandberg off the dual carriageway in his Rover after kidnapping Geraldine McLeod.

THE SAINT: Lida (Leslie Norman: June 1964)
Lida Verity (Jeanne Moody) arrives at Captain Kidd's nightclub in her Jaguar and enters the building after being greeted by Bosun (Barry Keegan.) Soon afterwards, Simon Templar (Roger Moore) arrives in his Volvo with Joan Wingate (Erica Rogers), and after speaking to Bosun they also enter the club, later they leave the building, and speaks to Bosun again, who finds a monogrammed handkerchief in Lida's car as they drive away; That night Templar and Bosun return to confront the manager.

THE BARON: The Seven Eyes of Night (Robert Asher: April 1966)
Cordelia (Sue Lloyd) follows Jeff Walker (Jeremy Brett) to a hotel in the Baron's Jensen. Cordelia (Sue Lloyd) enters to make a telephone call but when she returns she finds Jeff's car gone.

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
The danger man arrives at his local in his Lotus Elan.

DEPARTMENT S: The Trojan Tanker (Ray Austin: Summer 1968)
When the Department develops a role of film found in the late Veronica Bray's (Patricia Haines) room, the pictures produced show her standing by the hotel pool.

DEPARTMENT S: The Treasure Of The Costa Del Sol (John Gilling: 1968)
Jason King (Peter Wyngarde) goes to a Marbella hotel to interview Anita (Olivia Hamlett) about Thorn.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Could You Recognise the Man Again? (Jeremy Summers: Spring 1969)
A murder takes place in the car park of the hotel where Jeff and Jeannie attend a party.

DEPARTMENT S: The Bones of Byrom Blain (Paul Dickson: 1969)
Jason goes to investigate The Nag's Head restaurant as he retraces Blain's last journey. Crawley (Patrick Barr) and Logan (Davyd Harries) arrive in a Vale End Garage van and are met by Lomax (Albert Shephard) who tells them about King. Annabelle arrive in her car later that evening to talk to King.

JASON KING: Nadine (Cyril Frankel: 1971)
Nadine (Ingrid Pitt) arrives at Achille's hotel followde by Jason (Peter Wyngarde).

THE ADVENTURER: Mr Calloway is a Very Cautious Man (Barry Morse)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) arrives for a meeting with Mr Calloway (Freddie Jones). Later
Gene Bradley is blindfolded and driven out of the underground car park by Russell (David Hargreaves) and Soames (Anthony Rowlands).
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, January 2005)

THE ADVENTURER: Double Exposure (Cyril Frankel: 1972)
After the completion of a successful mission Bradley (Gene Barry), Parminter (Barry Morse) and Brady's stunt double (Gene Barry) relax by the country club pool.

THE PROFFESIONALS: Blood Sports (Phil Meheux: 1980)
Light blue coupé is dropped off by the killer (Oliver Spender) and his girl (Sue Robinson) and are met by a contact, Rene Lacoste (Yves Beneyton), as they exchange cars. Later the Bodie (Lewis Collins) and Doyle (Martin Shaw) arrive after being called in by the police.

Television:
THRILLER: Come Out, Come Out Wherever You Are (1974)
ALEXEI SAYLE'S STUFF (1989)

Films:
TOMORROW AT TEN (1964)
HYSTERIA (1965)
HAWKS (1988)

N10: BBC Elstree Studios, Eldon Avenue, Borehamwoodû

 

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Bank Raid (Ralph Smart: 1958)
Williams (Brian Rawlinson) takes Peter Brady to Crowther (Willoughby Goddard) who blackmails him into stealing the vault key from the bank manager's flat.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Secret Experiment (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Sir Charles Anderson (Ernest Clark) arrives at Castle Hill Laboratories and is met by Doctor Hanning (Lloyd Lamble). Dee (Lisa Daniely) drives Peter Brady to Castle Hill Laboratories in a sports car. Later the invisible Brady leaves Castle Hill in Sir Charles' car.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Crisis in the Desert (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Peter Brady and Yolande (Adrienne Corri) rescue Jack Howard (Howard Pays) from the Middle Eastern hospital.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Behind the Mask (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Brady and Constantine (Dennis Price) arrive at Castle Hill Laboratories. Brady sees President Democq (Arthur Gomez) off from the airport.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Shadow on the Screen (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Diane leaves Castle Hill Laboratories in a car with Peter Brady.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Mink Coat (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Brady and Dee (Lisa Daniely) see Walker (Derek Godfrey) and Bunny (Harold Berens) try to steal the coat from Penny (Hazel Court) and her husband Marcel (Murray Kash) at the airport.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Man In Disguise (Quentin Lawrence/Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Brady arrives at ParisAirport in a taxi and enters the terminal building. Nick (Tim Turner) followed by Madeleine (Leigh Madison) leave LondonAirport's terminal building and are met by Matt (Lee Montague) in his car. Brady, Sgt. Day (Howard Pays) and Sgt. Winter (Jeanette Sterke) follow the villains to their flat, Brady enters invisibly. Madeleine escapes from the flat in her car but she is followed by Sgt. Winter who corners her in a telephone box. Brady pretends to break down, he fiddles with the engine watched by Sally (Deborah Watling) while the villains catch up.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Shadow Bomb (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
On hearing of the plight of his friend, Finch, Brady races from the laboratory to his car and speeds off.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Rocket (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Brady drives up to the transport office of Castle Hill Laboratories and enters.

DANGERMAN: No Marks For Servility (Don Chaffey: 1964)
Armstrong's Rome hotel.
(Spotted by: Sam Mitchell)

THE SAINT: The Romantic Matron (John Paddy Carstairs:1962)
Mrs Carrington (Ann Gillis) arrives in her Pontiac at the hotel in Buenos Aires and is met by the Doorman (Victor Spinetti) and Chico, the bell boy (Kaplan Kaye). Soon after Ramon Venino (John Carson) arrives. Two heavies, Juanito (Larry Taylor) and Ernesto (Joby Blanchard) appear on the scene. The Saint (Roger Moore) later confronts the villains and the Inspector (Patrick Troughton) is there to see that justice is done.

THE SAINT: The Sporting Chance (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
Cleever (Brandon Brady), Professor Muller (Gerrard Heinz) and Pavan (Godfrey Quigley) leave the Pavan Lumber Company offices just as Simon Templar (Roger Moore) arrives by Taxi. The offices are seen later at night, and the following day when Templar runs into the building.

THE SAINT: The Ever Loving Spouse (Ernest Morris: 1963)
The offices of the Fenwick Candy Company.

THE SAINT: Jeannine (John Moxey: May 1964)
Jeannine Roger (Sylvia Syms) gets into her car and drives off from the hotel. Simon Templar sees her leave and follows in his Volvo. Sergeant Leduc (Robert Cawdron) in turn follows Templar in his police Citroen. The following day Jeannine leaves the hotel with Madame Chan (Jacqui Chan) and they are driven off in a limousine.

THE SAINT: The Loving Brothers (Leslie Norman: Aug 1964)
The Saint's Sidney Hotel.

THE SAINT: The Damsel in Distress (Peter Yates: Aug/Sep 1964)
Simon Templar goes to the offices of Guiseppe Rolfieri and finds Inspector Teal investigating the disappearance of Rolfieri and £1,000,000.

THE SAINT: The Golden Frog (John Moxey: Nov/Dec 1964)
At San Carlos Airport, Simon Templar (Roger Moore) is about to get into a taxi when Julio (Alvaro Fontana) stops him. After an argument Julio leaves armlessly.

THE SAINT: The Helpful Pirate (Roy Baker: March 1966)
Simon Templer arrives at the Hotel Neuezeiten, Hamburg.

THE SAINT: The Angel's Eye (Leslie Norman: March 1966)
From their car Malone and Corbett watch as Templar, Mabel and Upwater leave the Hotel Van Veeren in Amsterdam.

THE BARON: Farewell to Yesterday (Leslie Norman: September 1965)
The Baron's Citroen arrives at Poggio Rirteteo railway station and The Baron and Cathy Dorne dash inside.

UFO (April 1969 - September 1970)
Various episodes have establishing footage of SHADO vehicles and Henderson's Rolls-Royce, e.g. Flight Path, Survival, Exposed, The Dalotek Affair, Conflict, A Question of Priorities, Ordeal, The Responsibility Seat etc.

UFO: Identified (Gerry Anderson: May 1969)
A SHADO operative (Ayshea) approaches the main buildings of Harlington-Straker, and Ed Straker (Edward Bishop) arrives in his car shortly afterwards.

THE ADVENTURER: Somebody Doesn't Like Me (Cyril Frankel: 1972)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) arrives at ATV studios and is shot by an assassin (Garrick Hagen) in the car park. The Commissionaire (Edward Denith) sends for an ambulance.

THE PROTECTORS: ... With a Little Help From My Friends (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Chino (Anthony Chinn) drives the Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter) to the Hotel Excelsior in the Rolls Royce, she returns to the car with the President (Martin Benson) whom she has kidnapped. Paul (Tony Anholt) and the Contessa are present when the fake President is assassinated by Harry (Robert Vaughn) in disguise.

THE PROTECTORS: The Insider (Don Leaver: 1973)
Paul (Tony Anholt) is stationed outside the film studios waiting for Smith to leave but he does not appear.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Yesterday's Hero (Roy Ward Baker: 1978)
Simon (Ian Ogilvy) and Sandy (Annette Andre) arrive at the offices of Jonathan Cleaver and Co. in Simon's XJS.

Television:
GENERALHOSPITAL (1972)
GRANGE HILL (1984)
ALAS SMITH AND JONES (Sweeny/Police sketch)

Films:
YOU MUST BE JOKING (1965)
DOPPELGÄNGER (1968)

N11: Stratfield Road, Borehamwood

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Man from Nowhere (Robert Tronson: Spring 1969)
Mannering (Patrick Newall) and Hyde Watson (Michael Gwynn) keep watch on Jeannie's flat posing as road workers. When 'Marty' (Ray Brooks) arrives with flowers, Griggs (Neil McCarthy) backs up in a van and he is bundled inside.

THE PROFFESIONALS: The Acorn Syndrome (Martin Campbell: 1979)
Copeland (Ronald Hines) arrives at the Mill Lane phone box where he is instructed to change cars. Bodie (Lewis Collins) who is hiding in the original car manages to bug the Blue Avenger.

N12: Nicholas Hawksmoor Upper School, Green Street, Borehamwood (now part of Hertswood School)

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Bank Raid (Ralph Smart: 1958)
Crowther (Willoughby Goddard) drives up to the school and, posing as a doctor, collects Sally (Deborah Watling) and drives off with her. Diane (Lisa Daniely) arrives at the school to pick up Sally, but after Sally fails to leave the school, she goes inside to find her.

THE AVENGERS: Epic (James Hill: February 1967)
Mrs. Peel is tricked into using a taxi driven by a disguised Stewart Kirby's. Mrs Peel soon realises that they are going the wrong way, but when she protests she is rendered unconscious by gas fed into her sealed compartment (along Shenley Road to Cowley Hill past the Hertswood School a.k.a. Nicholas Hawksmoor Upper School, then taxi is seen turning into Gateshead Road).

INSPECTOR MORSE: Who Killed Harry Field? (Colin Gregg: 1990)
Sergeant Lewis (Kevin Whately) goes to see Tony Doyle (John Castle) at his school.

N13: Leeming Road and Baldock Way, Borehamwood

DEPARTMENT S: Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
A drugged Mrs Taylor (Patricia English) is released by (Harvey Hall) only to be run down by a car (on Baldock Way).
(Identified by Alan Field, September 2008)

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: Tiger Takes Off (Harry Booth: 1969)
The hovercraft with Tiger (Debbie Russ) and Albert (Melvyn Hayes) aboard runs down the street (Leeming Road) causing havoc. Scooper (Peter Firth), Spring (Brinsley Forde), Billie (Gillian Bailey), Brains (Michael Audreson), Doughnut (Douglas Simmonds) and Sticks (Bruce Clark) attempt to catch the errant machine.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!:The Go-Karters (Harry Booth: 1969) The motorcycle policeman chases Spring's go-kart around the (Leeming Road) roundabout.

Television:
GRANGE HILL (1990)

Films:
ON THE BUSES (1971)

N14: The Mops and Brooms, Rowley Lane, Well End

GIDEON’S WAY: The Big Fix (James Hill: September 1964)
George (??) drops Jo Short (Michel Ripper) off at The King’s Head after the race. He is looking for information about the race at Windsor. When he leaves he is offered a lift by Dandy Johnson (Brian Phelan).

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
Death's short cut via the pub car park causes Number 6's Lotus to double back up Rowley Lane.

DEPARTMENT S: The Man From 'X' (Gil Taylor: Early 1969)
Jason King, posing as Max Rinston, is driven past the pub on the way to the villain's hide out.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Somebody Just Walked Over My Grave (Cyril Frankel: Summer 1969)
Jeff's Vauxhall makes off from the psychiatrist's up Well End Road by the pub.

N15: Maxwell Road, Borehamwood

THE CHAMPIONS: Happening (Cyril Frankel: Early 1968)
Richard Barret is caught in a warehouse fire and has to jump tens of meters down to the firefighters below (fire in Imperial Studios complex now car park for Imperial Place).

THE AVENGERS: My Wildest Dream (Robert Fuest: March 1968)
Tara, in Steed's yellow Rolls, visits the offices of the Acme Precision Company Ltd. (The Revell Offices Maxwell Road) to find Slater's diary. Dyson (Tom Kempinski) runs from the building and escapes in his car with Tara following close behind him.

THE AVENGERS: Super Secret Cypher Snatch (John Hough: June 1968)
Steed, in his yellow Rolls, pays a visit to The Classy Glass Cleaning Co. Ltd. offices (The Revell Offices Maxwell Road) observed by Vickers (Donald Gee) who follows Steed in his van when he leaves.

THE AVENGERS: Requiem (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Tara is taken for a ride to the villain's headquarters (this side of the road has been redeveloped, but the camera was placed directly outside The Revell offices).
(Identified by John Viney, August 2006)

THE AVENGERS: Homicide and Old Lace (John Hough: January 1969)
John Steed and Tara (Linda Thorson) make their way to the security vaults (Bullens Packing Company in the Imperial Studios complex, redeveloped as Imperial Place) posing as security inspectors. Later Tara escapes from Intercrime and runs to warn Colonel Corf before the men from Intercrime arrive.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Just for the Record(Jeremy Summers: April 1969)
Anne Soames and Jeff Randall are trapped in a burning warehouse while Marty tries to save them (fire in Imperial Studios complex now car park for Imperial Place, footage shot for Happening).

N16: M.G.M. Borehamwood Studios, Elstree Way, Borehamwood
(demolished)

DANGER MAN: The Prisoner (Terry Bishop: 1960)
Colonel Vasco escorts James Carpenter to the airport.

DANGER MAN: The Hired Assassin (Charles Frend: 1960)
President Valesco is driven in his presidential car as a sniper prepares to assassinate him.

DANGER MAN: The Professionals (Michael Truman: 1964)
Drake (Patrick McGoohan) waits outside the Ira’s apartment (administration building) until Minister Josef Redall leaves. He then enters the building. Also the clinic where Pearson is held.
(Spotted by: Sam Mitchell)

DANGER MAN: Yesterdays Enemies (Charles Crichton: 1964)
Beirut Airport.
(Spotted by: Sam Mitchell)

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened To George Foster? (Don Chaffey: November 1964)
Heathrow Airport Car park where Drake (Patrick McGooohan) is waiting to follow Certhia (studio car park opposite GEC Marconi). Exterior of Police Station where Drake is held.
(Spotted by: Sam Mitchell)

DANGER MAN: Such Men Are Dangerous (Don Chaffey: 1964)
The Crossways Motel (studio canteen).

DANGER MAN: A Room In The Basement (Don Chaffey: 1964)
Drake (Patrick McGoohan) meets with The Colonel (Michael Gwynn) and offers to take him to where he has the British secrets. They drive off together.
(Spotted by: Sam Mitchell)

DANGER MAN: Colony Three (Don Chaffey: July 1964)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) waits outside Robert Fuller’s flat in his Mini (outside accounts department). Later Drake returns to take Fuller in for questioning.

DANGER MAN: The Affair At Castelevara (Quentin Lawrence: 1964)
The streets beneath Drake's hotel window.
(Spotted by: Sam Mitchell)

DANGER MAN: You’re Not In Any Trouble, Are you? (Don Chaffey: 1964)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) goes into Piazza Cinquecento outside Roma Termini railway station to look for a black Mercedes as instructed (studio car park opposite GEC Marconi). He finds the car and it contains a two-way radio by which he is contacted by ‘Wolf’.

DANGER MAN: The Mercenaries (Don Chaffey: 1964)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) follows Doctor Winter to Saint Xavier Hospitaland follows him inside (Administration Building). Later Buchanan (Shane Rimmer) is in front of the hospital as and Coote’s Men guard the hospital. General G’Niore (Peter Arne) and John Drake piull up in Drake’s car outside the hospital and Drake fights his way inside. Later Drake retuns and attempts a pole vault into the building (through a fake wing added to the Administration Building).

THE SAINT: The Crime of the Century (John Gilling: January 1965)
Raxel's men travel in convoy (down Elstree Way near studios) to steal the treasury printing plates.
(Identified by Bob Rocca, July 2008)

THE PRISONER: Many Happy Returns (Joseph Serf: February/April 1967)
Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan) borrows his Lotus 7 car back from Mrs Butterworth and heads into London to see his former colleagues (drives along Elstree Way past the site of the MGM studios).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd and confirmed by James Hewett, 2007)

UFO: A Question Of Priorities (David Lane: August 1969)
An ambulance pulls up at the hospital and Mary Straker (Suzanne Neve) gets out. Straker (Ed Bishop) arrives in his SHADO car and follows her into the building.

UFO: Confetti Check A-O.K. (David Lane: November 1969)
An ambulance pulls up outside the hospital and Mary (Suzanne Neve) is taken inside on a stretcher, followed by Straker (Ed Bishop).

UFO: The Man Who Came Back (David Lane: June 1970)
The Ambulance carrying Colonel Grey arrives at the hospital.

N17: Well End Lodge, Well End Road, Well End

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Picnic With Death (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Peter Brady's chauffeured car is involved in a road accident with a lorry at a transport cafe.

THE SAINT: The Rough Diamonds (Peter Yates: 1963)
A Continental Armoured Security car is travelling towards Gatwick Airport to pick up a consignment of industrial diamonds.

THE AVENGERS: Silent Dust (Roy Baker: June 1965)
Quince (Aubrey Morris) goes to meet Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) at the Stirrup Cup Inn, and both are watched by Mellors (Conrad Phillips). Despite the protesters, Omrod (William Franklyn) goes ahead with the hunt aided by Juggins (Jack Watson), but Miss Snow (Joanna Wake) lures Steed to the stables where Croft (Norman Bird) attacks him.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: The Town of No Return (Roy Baker: July 1965)
Steed and Mrs Peel depart on a scooter with appropriate back-projection.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE SAINT: The Paper Chase (Leslie Norman: August 1966)
After stealing a military car, Simon Templar, Eric Redman and Hanya drive towards the boarder crossing.

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
Number 6's Lotus pursues the strange woman's Jaguar.

THE SAINT: Legacy for the Saint (Roy Ward Baker: 1968)
Simon Templar arrives at airport after following the fleeing Charlie and Penny

THE SAINT: The Man Who Gambled With Life (Freddie Francis: Summer 1968)
Simon drives back to London in his Volvo with the mouse Stella Longman has given to him.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Sentimental Journey (Leslie Norman: July 1968)
Dandy's Limousine passes Well End.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: September 1968)
Back projection is used for Seaton's car travels back home after the funeral.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

Television:
THRILLER: Once the Killing Starts (1973)

Film:
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP (1934)

N18: Buckettsland Lane, Well End

THE AVENGERS: Silent Dust (Roy Baker: June 1965)
The Minister's Rolls with Steed aboard drives past Buckettsland Farm on the way to Manderley

THE SAINT: The Fiction Makers (Roy Baker: May 1966)
A van containing Warlock's men followed by Simon's car drives past the junction as they make their way to rob Hermetico.

THE BARON: The Maze (Jeremy Summers: June 1966)
Mannering and Cordelia drive Cordelia's DAF past the sharp junction.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
After following a sign for 'Swingingdale' at the crossroads Alex (Edwin Richfield) and Carl (Neil McCarthy) drive up a country lane (Buckettsland Lane) and come to a junction (Buckettsland Lane/ Holmshill Lane) with a sign for 'Swingingdale' pointing in the direction they have just come. Carl comes to the conclusion that someone is cheating and they set off again (along Holmshill Lane).
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, June 2012)

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
Sonia's E-Type turns down Buckettsland Lane from Well End Lane, followed by Number 6's Lotus Elan.

THE SAINT: Legacy for the Saint (Roy Ward Baker: Spring 1968)
The Saint drives past the junction on his way back to Ed's club.

THE AVENGERS: Super Secret Cypher Snatch (John Hough: June 1968)
The two Classy Glass cleaner truck convoys meet and drive past.

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Poor Butterfly (Alan Gibson: Alan Gibson: October 1968)
Steve Miller (Chad Everett) stops his vintage roadster at the junction and asks a farmer (Bernard Lee) the way to Measham House.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1968)
At the junction, Marty blows the Gouldhurst/Stonehurst signpost round on its axis to misdirect Jeff's Vauxhall.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Somebody Just Walked Over My Grave (Cyril Frankel: Summer 1969)
At the junction with London Road, Jeff's Vauxhall evades the pursuing police car.

THE PROTECTORS: King Con (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Alan Sutherland follows The Contessa’s Rolls on its way to the races.

THE PROTECTORS: One and One Makes One (Don Chaffey: 1972)
Harry (Robert Vaughn) fakes a road accident at the Morton Drive junction in order to get Paul (Tony Anholt) into the clinic run by Skoder. An ambulance picks up Paul and carries him to the clinic.

THE PROTECTORS: Sugar and Spice (Charles Crichton: 1973)
Harry's Bentley, with Vicky aboard, is followed by a Volkswagen onto the lane.

Television:
THRILLER: Once the Killing Starts (1973)

Film:
DIGBY, THE BIGGEST DOG IN THE WORLD (1973)

N19: High Canons, Buckettsland Lane, Well Endû
(only gatehouses on road visible)

DANGER MAN: The Brothers (Cherles Frend: ????)
Drake leaves the Police Commissioner's after completing his mission.

THE SAINT: The Invisible Millionaire (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1962)
Simon Templar's Volvo pulls up near a postman at the Well End gatehouse to ask questions about a recent tragedy.

THE SAINT: The Fellow Traveller (Peter Yates: January 1963)
Matson (Brian Oulton) walks to a bus stop to meet Simon Templar, but is shot by a gunman from a passing truck soon after Templar arrives. Templar returns to the scene later with police as Matson's body is taken away in an ambulance.

THE BARON: The Persuaders (Leslie Norman: October 1965)
Establishing shots of The Baron's Jensen outside Sir Robert Ellacott's house.

THE AVENGERS: The Girl From Auntie (Roy Baker: October 1965)
As Steed and Mrs. Peel drive along London Road in a bubble car near the Well End gate house, they are passed by Georgie in Steed's Bentley. The bubble car turns off at the junction along High Canons Lane whilst Georgie continues on towards Well end.

THE BARON: Time To Kill (Jeremy Summers: May 1966)
The Baron's Jensen drives past the gates of The Carreras Institute of Medical Research (Buckettsland Lane). The Baron runs round the back of the Carreras Institute and breaks in. Doctor Carreras is about to drive through the gate house when he notices the Baron's car parked on the lane. Cordelia escapes from the Institute.

THE BARON: The High Terrace (Robert Asher: September 1966)
The Baron's Jensen arrives at Madame Gregonlie's and the Baron and Cordelia walk up to the house. A private detective drives into the carpark already filled with Gregonlie's guest's cars.

THE AVENGERS: From Venus With Love (Robert Day: October 1966)
Mrs Peel is at Venus Browne's house when it is attacked by a light ray. Mrs Peelcan only watch as the mysterious light winds its way down the road (driveway from house to Buckettsland Lane gate house).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, April 2010)

THE SAINT: Escape Route (Roger Moore: October 1966)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) and John Wood (Donald Sutherland) arrive at the safe house by van.

THE AVENGERS: The Winged Avenger (Gordon Flemyng/Peter Duffell: December 1966)
Mrs Peel advances on Sir Lexius Cray's large country house (High Canons). Later Steed and Stanton race to Professor Poole’s house in Steed’s Bentley to save Mrs Peel. On the way Stanton follows the action on the comic strip artwork he has brought with him (along Buckettsland Lane near gatehouse).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, September 2008)

THE SAINT: The Organisation Man (Leslie Norman: Spring 1968)
Captain Yates (Terence Edmond) arrives at a government safe house with the captured foreign agent, Craddock (Simon Lack) in an army truck full of troops. The fake fusiliers led by Simon (Roger Moore), Leander (Glynn Edwards) and Roper (Tony Britton) arrive (at the Buckettsland Lane gatehouse) to replace the guard. Mason (Tony Caunter) is sent to the house whilst Yates inspects the guard. After the deception is spotted, Kate Barnaby (Caroline Mortimer) is rescued by Simon.

THE SAINT: Legacy for the Saint (Roy Ward Baker: Spring 1968)
The Saint is about to leave Ed Brown's gambling club when he meets the owner. Ed (Reginald Marsh) leaves the club in his Rolls Royce which has been fetched for him by Charlie Lewis. On his way to London Airport Ed passes the London Road/High Canons Lane junction whilst Simon, who is close behind turns left onto High Canons Lane. Simon hears an explosion and turns back onto London Road. Several days later Simon, Pietro, Tony and Charlie are observed leaving the club (by the Buckettsland Lane gatehouse) and are followed by police officers, in a van, posing as telephone engineers. A police car full of bogus police officers arrive at the club a few days later.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: It's Supposed to be Thicker Than Water (Leslie Norman: Autumn 1968)
Ramon's white Jaguar arrives at Crackan Manor's gatehouse (Buckettsland Lane). Johnny Crackan later works on Ramon's car before departing in it.

DEPARTMENT S: The Man From 'X' (Gil Taylor: Early 1969)
Annabelle Hurst passes the High Canons Lane/London Road junction whilst trailing Jason and the two gang members in an attempt to hind their headquarters, just before being captured.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: When Did You Start to Stop Seeing Things? (Jeremy Summers: Spring 1969)
Jeannie (Annette André) advances on Laker's large country house.

THE PERSUADERS!: Five Miles To Midnight (Val Guest: 1970)
Count Sangallo (Ferdy Mayne) waits outside his, mansion for the arrival of Torino (Robert Rietty) and his men. After causing a diversion Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis), Brett Sinclair (Roger Moore), Sidonie (Joan Collins)and Frank Rocco (Robert Hutton) make their escape.
(Identified by Paul Stroud, March 2010)

THE ADVENTURER: Nearly the End of the Picture (Cyril Frankel: 1971)
Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) pays a visit to the home of Clarissa de Vere Allan (Fiona Lewis) and discovers she is not the same Clarissa de Vere Allan he met the previous night.

THE PROTECTORS: Triple Cross (John Hough: 1972)
Harry, the Contessa and Charlie arrive at Kofax's house in a black Jaguar.

THE PROTECTORS: Chase (Harry Booth: Autumn 1972)
After leaving Bobby’s Tower, the Contessa takes the wounded Harry to a nearby house.

THE PROTECTORS: Sugar and Spice (Charles Crichton: 1973)
A red Volkswagen parks opposite the gates of the Radcliff School for Girls and the two men inside photograph Vicky (Debbie Russ) as she arrives at the school. Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) arrives to take Vicky away to safety and Paul (Tony Anholt), acting as a chauffeur, drives them away.

THE PROTECTORS: Trial (Charles Crichton: 1973)
A police car races past the Well End gatehouse in order to get to the judge before the bomb goes off in his car.

THE PROTECTORS: Wheels (David Tomblin: 1973)
Harry (Robert Vaughan) and Paul (Tony Anholt) indulge in breaking and entering and speedy driving to foil the plan of the embezzling Manning (Dinsdale Landen).

INSPECTOR MORSE: The Sins of the Fathers (Peter Hammond: 1989)
Chief Inspector Morse (John Thaw) drives Helen Radford (Kim Thomson) in his Jaguar to the Radford country house. He is met by the butler (Noel Johnson) who announces him to Isobel (Isabel Dean), Stephen (Paul Shelley) and Charles Radford (Lionel Jeffries). Later he and Lewis (Kevin Whately) return to talk over his findings with the family and Thelma Radford (Lisa Harrow).

Television:
ESPIONAGE: To the Very End (1963)
FREDERICK FORSYTH PRESENTS: The Price of the Bride (1990)
BLISS (1995)
THRILLER: Sign it Death (1974)
FOYLE'S WAR: The White Feather (2002)

Films:
TROUBLE IN THE GLEN (1953),
THE STRANGE WORLD OF PLANET X (1957)
YOU MUST BE JOKING (1965)
THE DEVIL RIDES OUT (1967)
THE SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA (1972)
THE COBBLERS OF UMBRIDGE (1972)
TIFFANY JONES
(1973)
DIGBY, THE BIGGEST DOG IN THE WORLD (1973)
DOCTOR PHIBES RISES AGAIN(1973)
CAN YOU KEEP IT UP FOR A WEEK(1974)
HALF MOON STREET (1986)

N20: The Thatched Cottage, London Road, Well End

THE AVENGERS: All Done with Mirrors (Ray Austin: May 1968)
Tara King (Linda Thorson) arrives in a Moke at Guthrie's cottage and enters watched by Miss Emily (Nora Nicholson) who is cutting the hedge.

Film:
DIGBY, THE BIGGEST DOG IN THE WORLD (1973)

N21: London Road (and Silver Hill), near. Shenley

THE SAINT: The Elusive Ellshaw (John Moxey: 1963)
Kenneth Ripwell leaves his father's house for London in his sports car he is followed by Simon in his Volvo.
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2010)

THE AVENGERS: Too Many Christmas Trees (Roy Baker: February 1965)
Steed and Mrs Peel return home after the adventure in a horse-drawn trap.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, May 2008)

THE AVENGERS: The Cybernauts (Sidney Hayers: March 1965)
Steed watches as Mrs Peel drives off in her Lotus.


Photo: Alan Field

GIDEON’S WAY: The Great Plane Robbery (Leslie Norman: March/April 1965)
After leaving the Airport with the stolen gold the robbers drive along the A134 where a decoy van driven by Kautsky is waiting for them. The police give chase.
(Spotted by Alan Field, October 2008)

THE AVENGERS: Room Without A View (Roy Baker: April 1965)
After the adventure Mrs Peel is carried off by Steed pulling a rickshaw.

THE AVENGERS: A Surfeit of H2O (Sidney Hayers: May 1965)
Steed and Mrs Peel depart from Jonah’s farm in  a Mini Moke.

THE AVENGERS: The Town of No Return (Roy Baker: July 1965)
Steed and Mrs Peel depart on a scooter after thwarting an invasion by foreign agents.

 
Photo: Alan Field

THE AVENGERS: The Girl From Auntie (Roy Baker: October 1965)
As Steed and Mrs. Peel drive along Silver Hill in a bubble car towards High Canons Lane, they are passed by Georgie in Steed's Bentley. The bubble car turns off at the junction and is seen heading back down Silver Hill.

THE BARON: Something for a Rainy Day (Cyril Frankel: November 1965)
Mannering and Cordelia drive to Chateau Celeistine after meeting with Seldon at the caravan site.

THE AVENGERS: What the Butler Saw (Bill Bain: December 1965)
Mrs Peel has parked her Lotus Elan in the countryside and is waiting for a radio message from Steed.


Photo: Alan Field

THE AVENGERS: A Touch of Brimstone (James Hill: December 1965)
After solving the case Steed and Mrs Peel ride home in a horse-drawn carriage.

THE AVENGERS: A Sense of History (Peter Graham Scott: January 1966)
After solving the case Mrs Peel drives Steed home in a motorcycle sidecar.

THE AVENGERS: The House That Jack Built (Don Leaver: January 1966)
After solving the case Steed and Mrs Peel ride home on a tandem bicycle.

 
Photo: Alan Field

THE AVENGERS: Honey for the Prince (James Hill: February 1966)
Steed and Mrs Peel test drive the flying carpet given to them by the Prince, riding on the back of a van.

THE AVENGERS: How to Succeed ... at Murder (Don Leaver: February 1966)
After solving the case Steed and Mrs Peel attempt to master the ventriloquial art in the back of a caravan.

THE AVENGERS: The Bird Who Knew Too Much (Roy Rossotti: October 1966)
Steed and Mrs Peel drive to Heathcliff Hall after the Captain has returned.

THE PRISONER: Many Happy Returns (Joseph Serf: February/April 1967)
After jumping into the Netco lorry, Number 6 is carried safely out of the area (this is the road the truck takes after Number 6 is aboard).
(Identified by James Hewett, May 2008)

THE AVENGERS: Never, Never Say Die (Robert Day: February 1967)
Whittle (Christopher Benjamin) is driving along trying to get a signal from his car radio. A mysterious figure, Dr. Stone (Christopher Lee), walks out into the road and is knocked down by Whittle’s car.
(Spotted by Alan Field, June 2008)

THE AVENGERS: Epic (James Hill: February 1967)
Mrs. Peel is tricked into using a taxi driven by a disguised Stewart Kirby's. Mrs Peel soon realises that they are going the wrong way, but when she protests she is rendered unconscious by gas fed into her sealed compartment (taxi drives past the swamp on London Road near the entrance to High Cannons).

THE AVENGERS: Return of the Cybernauts (Robert Day: June 1967)
Steed's Bentley pursues Mrs Peel's Lotus Elan along the country lanes towards Beresford's house (shots from inside Bentley over Steed’s head).

THE AVENGERS: Murdersville (Robert Asher: August 1967)
Mrs Peel drives Paul croft to his new home in Little Storping-in-the-Swuff in her Lotus. On the way they pass Samuel Morgan (John Chandos) driving a Limousine towards the village.

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
Death's white E-Type Jaguar hurtles through the countryside with a secret agent man in hot pursuit in his Lotus Elan (on the way to Well End).


Photo: Alan Field

THE PRISONER: Fall Out (Patrick McGoohan: December 1967)
After crashing through the gates at the end of the tunnel leading from the Village the truck pulling the cage carrying Number 6 (Patrick McGoohan), the former Number 2 (Leo McKern) and Number 48 (Alexis Kanner), driven by the Butler carries on through an English country lane.
(Spotted by Alan Field, June 2008)

DEPARTMENT S: The Man In The Elegant Room (Cyril Frankel: Spring 1968)
Annabel follows Celina, in her Lotus Elan, when she leaves her house in London.
(Spotted by Alan Field, October 2008)

THE AVENGERS: Look - (Stop me if you've heard this one) But There Were These Two Fellers... (James Hill: March 1968)
Jennings' Austin cab drives to Vauda Villa and Tara followes it in her AC Cobra.
(Spotted by Mike Richardson, July 2012)

DEPARTMENT S: The Pied Piper Of Hambledown (Roy Ward Baker: May 1968)
Aboard Jason’s Bentley, Annabelle takes Jason and Stewart to see where the missing can of white paint was used (back projection).

 
Photo: Alan Field

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: A Sentimental Journey (Leslie Norman: July 1968)
After leaving Jeff at the police station, Marty (Kenneth Cope) attempts to board Dandy’s car. Later Tony (Drewe Henley) and Marty are tricked into alighting from Dandy's Limousine (near Pursley Farm). Later Marty thumbs a lift from Dandy's car as it passes.

THE AVENGERS: Killer (Cliff Owen: September 1968)
Lady Diana pursues the coach from the REMAK building.

DEPARTMENT S: The Treasure Of The Costa Del Sol (John Gilling: September 1968)
After meeting Elaine Jason King is forced to ‘just drive’ his Bentley along the coast road on the Costa del Sol.
(Spotted by Alan Field, October 2008)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: You Can Always Find a Fall Guy (Ray Austin: August 1968)
Jeff and Marty set off in the Mini for Saint Ursula’s Convent, Winchester.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: September 1968)
Seen in back projection in Jeffs car as he is misdirected by Marty and later as Seaton’s men take Jeff to his car and drive to the river.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Trouble with Women (Cyril Frankel: October 1968)
Alan Corder holds Jeff at gunpoint while Susan Lang drives Corder's limousine to a secluded spot in the country (High Canons/Silver Hill junction).

DEPARTMENT S: The Man From 'X' (Gil Taylor: Early 1969)
Jason King, posing as Max Rinston, is driven to the villain's hide out. Annabelle Hurst in her white Lancia is on their tail.
(Spotted by Alan Field, October 2008)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: All Work and No Pay (Jeremy Summers: Early 1969)
Jeanie drives her mini to the foster brothers’ for a demonstration of their spiritualist powers.

THE PROTECTORS: Trial (Charles Crichton: 1973)
At about the time Justice Cronin is due to be blown up, police cars race round the area.
(Spotted by Alan Field, July 2008)

Film:
ON THE BUSES
(1971)

N22: The Thatched Lodge, Green Street, Shenley

THE BARON: The Persuaders (Leslie Norman: October 1965)
Roddy Harrington (James Villiers) pulls up in his car and enters the cottage. Roddy leaves the cottage and drives off in a Landrover. Verity Montand (Georgina Ward) leaves the house with a suitcase and drives off in Roddy's car. That night Roddy's Landrover arrives back at the cottage.

MAN IN A SUITCASE: The Whisper (Charles Crichton: Spring 1967)
McGill goes to visit the father of Alfred Porter at his cottage to see if he has had contact with his son (stock footage from THE BARON).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, June 2007)

THE ADVENTURER: To the Lowest Bidder (Val Guest: 1972)
Lizzy leads Bradley (Gene Barry) to the cottage where Sarah (Jane Asher) is being held by Forrester (Carl Rigg) with the help of Laura (Sheila Gish).

N23: Shenley Hospital, Black Lion Hill, Shenley (totally redeveloped)

THE BARON: You Can't Win Them All (Don Chaffey: March 1966)
Osbourne is sent to Shelby Prison where he meets with a sticky end after offering The Baron some information.


Photo: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: Stay Tuned (Don Chaffey: November 1968)
After visiting the Dr Meitner, the department’s psychiatrist, Tara drives Steed home in her Lotus Europa (across North Avenue at the junction with Queens Way as viewed from Black Lion Hill).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, January, 2010)


Photo: Alan Field

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Yesterday's Hero (Roy Ward Baker: 1978)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) drives his Jaguar to the army Combat Training Centre (Porters Park Drive entrance) to talk to Dizzy.
(Identified by Stephen Winterbottom, 2004, confirmed by Alan Field 2007)

INSPECTOR MORSE: Fat Chance (Roy Battersby: 1990)
Morse (John Thaw) arrives in his Jaguar at a private hospital where Geoffrey Boyde (David Gant) is being watched over by a nun (Peggy Mount).

INSPECTOR MORSE: Who Killed Harry Field? (Colin Gregg: 1990)
Sgt Lewis (Kevin Whately) finds the tower that features in Harry's painting.

N24: Pound Lane, Shenley

THE AVENGERS: Legacy of Death (Don Chaffey: July 1968)
Tara's Lotus is followed by all the villains' cars.

THE AVENGERS: Stay Tuned (Don Chaffey: November 1968)
Tara's Lotus drives around the village roads.

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Miss Belle (Robert Stevens: Autumn 1968)
Drake (George Maharis) sees some children playing on the village green and decides to phone the  authorities about Robert.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The House on Haunted Hill (Ray Austin: Summer 1969)
Merston Village, where a meeting about Merston Manor is in progress.

Film:
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP (1934)

N25: Ravenscroft Farm, Mimms Lane, Shenley

THE PROTECTORS: Baubles, Bangles and Beads (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Kate Bergen (Yvonne Antrobus) is observed entering the farmhouse where her father is hiding by one of the gang members. A taxi drops the Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter) at a gate just beyond the farm and she enters the field. After meeting in the woods, Kate takes the Contessa to meet her father but the house is soon surrounded by gang members and Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) has to fight his way into the building.

N26: Harris Lane/Rectory Lane/Mimms Lane Junction, Shenley

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The Locked Room (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Tania is driven past the junction before she realises she has been kidnapped.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Shadow on the Screen (Pennington Richards: 1958)
Diane is driving Peter Brady to the London docks when she is observed and followed by two stangers in a car by the junction.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Point of Destruction (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Katrina (Patricia Jessel) telephones Brady from a 'phone box in order to lure him into Stefan's (Derren Nesbitt) sights. When she sees Brady drive past in his sports car followed by Stefan, she jumps into his car and they give chase.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Man in Disguise (Quentin Lawrence/Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Nick (Tim Turner) telephones Brady from a call box, waits in a car for Brady and Sally (Deborah Watling) to drive past and follows them in his car.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Shadow Bomb (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Brady in his sports car, racing to save Finch, first overtakes traffic on Mimms Lane and then speeds around the corner from Rectory Lane into Mimms Lane.

THE SAINT: The Rhine Maiden (James Hill: November 1964)
Simon and Julia Harrison visit the Schreiber clinic in Templar's Volvo.

THE AVENGERS: A Touch of Brimstone (James Hill: December 1965)
Steed and Emma hurtle towards the conference past the junction in Steed's Bentley.

THE AVENGERS: Escape in Time (John Krish: September 1966)
Mrs Peel does her best to follow Vesta (Judy Parfitt) in her Lotus (along Mimms Lane) .
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, September 2008)

THE AVENGERS: The See-Through Man (Robert Asher: November 1966)
Elena's car passes the junction en route to meet Ackroyd, followed by Mrs Peel's Lotus Elan.

THE AVENGERS: Something Nasty in the Nursery (James Hill: March 1967)
Dobson looks back down Rectory Lane to see if he has shaken off his pursuers. Later Gordon, in his van, drives up the lane to deliver an explosive package to Steed.

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Bobby Danvers (Rio Fanning) eludes the pursuit of Alex (Edwin Richfield) and Carl (Neil McCarthy). Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) arrive to attend Benstead's Annual Car Rally. The cars head off on the hunt. Mrs Peel returns to the hall by Mercedes followed by Steed and Penny in the Bentley.

THE AVENGERS: Murdersville (Robert Asher: August 1967)
Mrs Peel drives Paul croft to his new home in Little Storping-in-the-Swuff in her Lotus (driving out of Shenley along Harris Lane).

THE PRISONER: The Girl Who Was Death (David Tomblin: November 1967)
Death's white E-Type Jaguar hurtles past the gates with a secret agent man in hot pursuit in his Lotus Elan.

THE AVENGERS: False Witness (Charles Crichton: June 1968)
Tara's Lotus Europa pulls up by a prop 'phone box on the junction triangles.

THE AVENGERS: Legacy of Death (Don Chaffey: July 1968)
Tara's Lotus Europa pulls up the driveway to the hall, thus giving the six other cars which are following the slip at the junctions.

THE AVENGERS: Stay Tuned (Don Chaffey: November 1968)
Steed's grab for the wheel causes Tara's Lotus Europa to go out of control whilst heading towards the junction.

THE ADVENTURER: To the Lowest Bidder (Val Guest: 1972)
Forrester (Carl Rigg) drops Carlson (David Kelly) at the gates of the ParkingtonSchool for Girls where he meets Johnny (John York). Gene Bradley (Gene Barry) drives through the gates of the school to keep an eye on Sarah Cookson. Later Sarah (Jane Asher) meets with Carlson at the junction to exchange herself for Lizzy (Gillian Bailey), whom he has kidnapped. Brady arrives just in time to see Carlson drive off, but Lizzy is on hand to help.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Debt Collectors (Leslie Norman: 1978)
Jimmy (Bob Sherman) drives Christine Hanson (Diane Keen) to a quiet spot in a wood so that she can change her clothes.

Television:
THRILLER: The Eyes Have It (1973)
EASTENDERS (1991)

Films:
ON THE BUSES (1971)

N27: Shenley Hall, Rectory Lane, Shenley

THE AVENGERS: The Bird Who Knew Too Much (Roy Rossotti: October 1966)
Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) goes to visit Jordan (Ron Moody) about Captain Crusoe, only to get an unwelcome visit from Robin (Clive Colin-Bowler).

THE AVENGERS: Something Nasty in the Nursery (James Hill: March 1967)
Gordon (Trevor Bannister) arrives in his van at Steed’s London flat carrying an explosive package for Steed.
(Spotted by Chris Bentley, August 2008)

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Bobby Danvers (Rio Fanning) hides his papers at Benstead Manor. Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) arrive to attend Benstead's Annual Car Rally there, and along with Alex, Carl, Mike (Norman Bowler) and Penny (Valerie Van Ost) are despatched by the butler, Bates (Ivor Dean), who follows by Land Rover. Mrs Peel returns to the hall by Mercedes with Mike secreted in her boot, later followed by Steed and Penny in the Bentley.

THE AVENGERS: You'll Catch Your Death (Paul Dickson: May 1968)
Establishing shot of Steed's Rolls Royce at the AnastasiaNursingAcademy.

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Poor Butterfly (Alan Gibson: October 1968)
Steve Miller (ChadEverett) arrives in his vintage roadster at Measham House and is met by the butler (Michael Nightingale). After being mistaken for someone else by the Aviator (Donald Gee), Rose (Susan Brodrick) tries to persuade him to take her to London. Lady (Fay Compton) and Robert Sawyer (Edward Fox) have other ideas and Steve is soon leaving alone himself.

THE ADVENTURER: Make It a Million (Barry Morse: 1972)
Bradley arrives at Charlesworth's house for a party at which he hopes to meet himself.

THE ADVENTURER: The Not-So-Merry Widow (Cyril Frankel: 1972)
The country residence of Lord and LadyBattersley.
(Spotted by Jaz Wiseman, November 2001)

THE PROTECTORS: Zeke's Blues (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Harry Rule arrives at Bradley's and is let in by Max   Kasankas and Fred, who are following Harry, park in the drive. Later the Contessa and Zeke arrive in their car.

Television:
THRILLER: The Eyes Have It (1973)

Film:|
UP JUMPED A SWAGMAN (1965)

N28: Radlett

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Heartbeats in a Tin Box (Roy Baker ???)
Christine Box (Judith Scott) contemplates suicide as she walks home past the railway station (Radlett Station) from teaching a science evening class

THE SAINT: The Miracle Tea Party (Roger Moore: March 1964)
The Saint takes Aunt Hattie to a spot where she can spy on the local chemists shop, R. Osbert’s (corner of Station Road and Watling Street).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, June 2005)

THE AVENGERS: A Touch of Brimstone (James Hill: December 1965)
After seeing the Sheik humilitaed at the theatre Steed drives Emma home in his Bentley. He tells her that the Honourable John Cartney is the chief suspect (the Bentley drives past shops on Watling Street, same shops also feature in back projection).
(Identified by ‘Mark O’ on the Britmovie Forum, July 2009)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Jane Brown's Body (Alan Gibson: 1968)
Jane (Stephanie Powers) recalls her fateful meeting with Robert (Clive Graham) at Radlett Station.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: The New People (Peter Sasdy: 1968)
Hank Prentiss (Robert Reed) meets Matt (Milo O'Shea) leaving the station and they discuss the inquest.

INSPECTOR MORSE: Driven to Distraction (Sandy Johnson: 1989)
Maitland (Mary Jo Randle) and Lewis (Kevin Whately) are driven by Morse (John Thaw) in his Jaguar to Boynton Ltd (Vauxhall dealership, Watling Street) to question Boynton (Patrick Malahide). Boynton is later attacked by Tim Ablett (Christopher Fulford) who covers him in petrol from a tanker.

Television:
SPYDER'S WEB: Romance on Wheels (1972)

N29: Kendal's Hall, Radlett PrepSchool, Watling Street, Radlettû

THE AVENGERS: What the Butler Saw (Bill Bain: December 1965)
A helicopter lands in the grounds of Group Captain Miles house. Steed (Patrick Macnee) gets out, posing as an an RAF officer, and enters the house. Later Steed takes off in the helicopter with Mrs Peel.

THE AVENGERS: From Venus With Love (Robert Day: October 1966)
Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) leaves the house where Smith was chimney sweeping to pursue the strange light in her Lotus.

THE AVENGERS: All Done with Mirrors (Ray Austin: May 1968)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) is being held under close arrest by Mother (Patrick Newell) at his pool-side HQ, as a response to the theft of secrets from the Carmadoc Research Establishment. Mother provides Steed with all the comforts of home with the help of Rhonda (Rhonda Parker) and others. Tara King (Linda Thorson) arrives to take over Steed’s duties and she is introduced to Watney (Dinsdale Landen) who has been snorkelling round the pool. Later, when Tara is reported missing, Steed decides to break his parole and goes looking for Tara.

THE AVENGERS: Stay Tuned (Don Chaffey: November 1968)
Tara arrives at Mother/Father's HQ to see Proctor (Gary Bond) by Steed's Rolls, and when Steed (Patrick Macnee) leaves the building he too can now see Proctor - and dispatches him before driving off.

THE AVENGERS: Take-Over (Robert Fuest: February 1969)
Grenville (Tom Adams), Sexton (Garfield Morgan), Lomax (Keith Buckley) and Circe (Hilary Pritchard) arrive at the home of Bill and Laura Bassett. Later when Groom (John Comer) tries to escape, he falls victim to Grenville's remote control death.

THE PROTECTORS: Trial (Charles Crichton: 1973)
Arthur Gordon (Joss Ackland) visits Judge Cronin (Richard Hurndall) at the Clyde Nursing Home and attacks him. Later he plants a bomb in the Judge's Rolls Royce.

THE NEW AVENGERS: Faces (Ray Austin: July 1976)
The real Craig (Richard Leech) is shot by Mullins as he dives into an open-air swimming pool.

Film:
LAW AND DISORDER (1958)
KILL OR CURE (1962)

N30: Kendall Hall Farm - fields, Elstree


Photo: Alan Field

THE AVENGERS: A Surfeit of H2O (Sidney Hayers: May 1965)
Poacher, Ted Barker, resident of Lower Storpington is drowned in a torrential rainstorm in the middle of a field. John Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) arrive to investigate. After making enquiries, Steed and Mrs Peel return in a Mini Moke to make meteorological measurements in the field. They are watched by Frederick (Terry Plumer) who wrecks the equipment after the agents have left to find Sir Arnold Kelly (John Kidd). They return to the field with Sir Arnold and leave him to make further measurements. Steed returns to the field with Jonah Barnard (Noel Purcell) and they find Sir Arnold missing.

THE AVENGERS: Silent Dust (Roy Baker: June 1965)
Once the hunt gets underway Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) finds she is surrounded Omrod (William Franklyn) and his cronies; Juggins (Jack Watson) and Miss Snow (Joanna Wake). Mrs Peel deals with Miss Snow. After learning of Omrod’s plans, Mrs Peel is hunted down by Omrod and Juggins. John Steed (Patrick Macnee) arrives just in time to deal with Juggins with the help of some anti-blood sports protesters.

THE AVENGERS: Bizarre (Leslie Norman: February 1969)
Helen Pritchard (Sally Nesbitt) wanders through the snow in her nightie and collapses. Captain Cordell (James Kerry) later surveys the scene and sees the railway line.

N31: Aldenham Wood Lodge, Butterfly Lane/Watling Street, Elstree

THE AVENGERS: Too Many Christmas Trees (Roy Baker: February 1965)
Steed and Mrs Peel turn onto Butterfly Lane in the Bentley.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: A Sense of History (Peter Graham Scott: January 1966)
Broom's car enters the driveway of 'St. Bodes'.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Never, Never Say Die (Robert Day: February 1967)
Steed follows the Neoteric Research Unit ambulance in his Bentley from the cottage where he was attacked by the strange man, they leave the woods and join a road.

THE PROFFESIONALS: The Acorn Syndrome (Martin Campbell: 1979)
Bodie (Lewis Collins) and Doyle (Martin Shaw) chase after the killers, but lose them. They radio Cowley with the information.

N32: Haberdashers' Aske's School, Aldenham Road, Elstreeû

THE MAN FROM INTERPOL: Soul Pedlars (Max Varnel: 1958)
Anthony Smith, accompanied by Hatvany's wife and Inspector Muller, pass the gates in their car as they leave for a special assignment.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Death Cell (Peter Maxwell: 1959)
Ellen Summers (Lana Morris) escapes through the gates of the Private Sanatorium in a delivery van. Peter Brady (Tim Turner) then enters through the same gates when he visits the establishment to check her story.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: The White Rabbit (Quentin Lawrence: 1959)
Professor Blair instructs his guards to search the grounds of Villa Roché for the rabbit which Suzanne Dumasse (Marla Landi) finds in the nearby woods. Suzanne takes Peter Brady in her Citroen 2CV to study the woods observed by the Professor. Suzanne pretends to break down outside the gates and is confronted by the chauffeur. Later the chauffeur opens the gates to Max (Reed de Rouen) in his white convertible carrying Suzanne. Brady drives the girl's car to the gates of the house and attempts to enter, a Limousine pulls up carrying Roché which an invisible Brady boards to gain access to the house. Later Hugo (Austin Trevor) arrives with other police officers to raid the villa.


photo: Goron Thomson

DANGER MAN: The Sisters (Seth Holt: 1959)
Drake is driven to see Hardy.

DANGER MAN: Find and Return (Seth Holt: 1959)
Drake is driven to see Hardy.

THE SAINT: The Romantic Matron (John Paddy Carstires: 1962)
The bullion waggon leaves Buenos Aires.

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Solo Performance (Roy Baker, ???)
Dr Corder (Herbert Lom) arrives at the hospital in his Humber Hawk and getting out of the vehicle he has to pass several reporters before entering the building.

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Conscience on a Rack (Roy Baker: Feb 1964)
Three schoolgirls run across the car park towards the school. Returning to the school after her appointment with Dr Corder, Dorothy Wyley also crosses the cap park. The following day a Dennis Ambulance arrives at the hospital and Wyley is admitted. Sometime later, Dr Murphy (Megs Jenkins) and Wyley (Flora Robson) stroll around the hospital grounds, where they come across Hazel Phillips (Adrienne Posta) and the Vicar (Ronald Hines). Feeling guilty about not making a donation to the church, Wyley attempts to remove her ring to give it to him, but when she is unable to do this she becomes agitated and insists on gifting her expensive watch instead.

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: The Quick and the Dead (Roy Baker: ???)
George Shelton (Robert Beatty) arrives at St Damien's Hospital to visit his driver Jimbo Harris after he crashes his car at Silverstone.

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Heartbeats in a Tin Box(Roy Baker ???)
Alan Prescott (Ray McAnally) arrives at St Damien's Hospital  to talk to Corder (Herbert Lom) and Dr. Jimmy Davis (Michael Johnson) about Christine Box. Later, after her suicide attempt Christine Box (Judith Scott) is at last able to confide in Dr, Corder in the grounds of the hospital. At the end of the interview Alan Prescott arrives with good news.

THE SAINT: Judith (Robert Lynn: 1963)
Burt Northwade's country house. After the representatives of United Motors leave in a Cadillac, Judith Northwade approaches the house and is chased away by guards. The Saint visits the house the following day, and that night guards set out to patrol the grounds, but fail to stop him breaking in and escaping.

THE SAINT: The Work of Art (Peter Yates: Peter Yates 1963)
Juliette follows Prevost's taxi to the gates on Butterfly Lane in The Saint's Volvo. Later that evening The Saint visits the house.

THE SAINT: The Saint Plays with Fire (Robert S. Baker: 1963)
Simon Templar is driving along a country road (Butterfly Lane) in his Volvo at night when he see the signs of a fire. He stops the car to investigate and soon determines the source as the country house ‘Whiteways’ he drives in through the gates (Butterfly Lane gates).

DANGER MAN: Fish on a Hook (Robert Day: March 1964)
The home of Abdul Kassim, from which Drake drives away with Mrs. Kassim, Dr. Zorin and Kemal in a Mercedes.

DANGER MAN: The Galloping Major (Peter Maxwell: 1964)
John Drake visits Lassale’s house in the evening for a game of snooker.

THE SAINT: Jeannine (John Moxey: May 1964)
Fouquet and Peyrac rob Madam Chen of her pearls as they drive back to Paris from the races (back projection of Aldenham Road).

DANGER MAN: Such Men are Dangerous (Don Chaffey Oct/Nov 1964)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives at Linden Manor by Taxi. After meeting the Lodgekeeper (Patrick Connor), a shooting party, and Diana (Georgina Ward), he is driven up to the main house with a group of recruits. From a window he later sees The General (Jack Gwillam) talking to Diana, and he meets her again after picking up a parcel from a butcher's van. After returning to the house in a Jaguar with Johnson, he then tries to escape in a Land Rover pnrsued by Latour (Lee Montague).

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

THE AVENGERS: The Cybernauts (Sidney Hayers: March 1965)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) is doing a crossword in a vintage car when Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) arrives by Lotus.

THE AVENGERS: The Grave-Diggers (Quentin Lawrence: March 1965)
Johnson (Paul Massie) leads a gang of undertakers to a hearse at the rear of the 'SirHoraceWinslipHospital for Retired or Ailing Railwaymen'. Later Steed (Patrick Macnee) visits the hospital.

THE BARON: Diplomatic Immunity (Leslie Norman: August 1965)
Cordelia and The Baron drive past the guarded gates of Comrade Sforza's house (School gates on Butterfly Lane) and pull off the road on Butterfly Lane.

THE SAINT: The Queen's Ransome (Roy Baker: April 1966)
Mustafa is in hot pursuit of Simon and Queen Adana (Butterfly Lane gates in back projection).

THE SAINT: The Counterfeit Countess (Leslie Norman: Dec 1966/Jan 1967)
Simon Templar drives to the residence of the Countess de Bussey and climbs the wall.


(this building has been demolished)

THE AVENGERS: Never, Never Say Die (Robert Day: February 1967)
Whittle (Christopher Benjamin) looks at his damaged car and shortly afterwards the ambulance leaves the casualty block. Fake ambulance arrives through the gates of the Ministry of Technology Neoteric Research Unit.

THE AVENGERS: Return of the Cybernauts (Robert Day: June 1967)
The Cybernaut (Terry Richards) pursues Neville (Charles Tingwell) to his Jaguar and rips the roof off to kidnap him.

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Alex (Edwin Richfield) and Carl (Neil McCarthy) try to force Penny (Valerie Van Ost) and Steed (Patrick Macnee) off the road.

THE AVENGERS: Have Guns - Will Haggle (Ray Austin: October 1967)
Tara (Linda Thorson) evades Conrad (Jonathan Burn) at the ballistics establishment, leaving in her Lotus pursued by Conrad's Jaguar.

DEPARTMENT S: The Bones of Byrom Blain (Paul Dickson: 1968)
Byrom Blain's Rolls Royce arrives at the gates of Marling Dale and is allowed through by the guards.

THE AVENGERS: Split! (Roy Baker: January 1968)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) visits NullingtonHospital to see Dr. Constantine. Lord Barnes visits NullingtonHospital by car, but does not go inside.

DEPARTMENT S: The Double Death of Charlie Crippen (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Jason (Peter Wyngarde) and Sullivan (Joel Fabiani) climb over the wall into the house's grounds.

THE SAINT: The Man Who Gambled With Life (Freddie Francis: Summer 1968)
Simon's Volvo drives past the heavily guarded gates of Longman's mansion. He pulls into the side of the road and breaks into the house when it becomes dark

THE AVENGERS: Legacy of Death (Don Chaffey: July/August 1968)
The residence of the late Henley Farrer. Zoltan looks out of the window of Henley Farrer’s home as he hears Sidney Street’s car arrive.
(Identified by the Lewy family, August 2009)

THE AVENGERS: Killer (Cliff Owen: September 1968)
Merridon (Grant Taylor) and Brinstead (William Franklyn) attempt to stop Trouncer escaping. The motor coach leaves from the REMAK building and Lady Diana Forbes-Blakeney (Jennifer Croxton) follows.


photo: Goron Thomson

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: All Work and No Pay (Jeremy Summers: Early 1969)
Jeanie drives her mini through the gates of the Foster brothers’ mansion for a demonstration of their spiritualist powers (gates on Butterfly Lane).

THE AVENGERS: Requiem (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Mother's men add decor to a gateway to mislead the villains.

DEPARTMENT S: A Small War of Nerves (Leslie Norman: Spring 1969)
Jason (Peter Wyngarde) climbs over the wall of Wiltshire Park Health Hydro and evades the guard dogs to rescue disgruntled germ warfare expert Greg Halliday (Anthony Hopkins).

JASON KING: The Constance Missal (Jeremy Summers: 1971)
Whilst Claudia watches from their car, Elaine climbs the wall of a house. She is able to steal the Efridge necklace whilst it's hypnotised owner watches on. Elaine returns to the car with her haul and the two women drive off.

THE PROTECTORS: 2000 ft To Die (John Hough: 1972)
As the guards are distracted Harry Rule (Robert Vaughn) parachutes into the Kranstone Research Centre and breaks into the house. He later leaves in a stolen Rolls Royce which crashes through the gates.

THE PROFESSIONALS:Lawsons Last Stand (Ian Sharp: 1981)
Brigadier Bill Tennant (Donald Pickering) meets Dr Lowe (Stephen Greif) to discuss Lawson’s condition. Lawson is at that very moment escaping and it is only after a nurse is unable to unlock the door that Lawson’s escape is noticed. Later Bodie (Lewis Collins) and Ray Doyle (Martin Shaw) arrive to investigate the case.

Television:
UNCLE JACK & THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON (1992)
FULL STRETCH: Deals on Wheels (1993)

Films:
IT'S IN THE AIR (1935)
QUATERMASS II (1957)
BOTTOMS UP (1959)
VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED (1960)
THE TRIALS OF OSCAR WILD (1960)
THE INVASION QUARTET (1961)
KILL OR CURE (1962)
THE NANNY (1965)
THEATRE OF DEATH (1965)
FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED
(1969)
THE ABOMINABLE DR PHEBES
(1971)

N33: Aldenham Road, Elstree

THE AVENGERS: The Master Minds (Peter Graham Scott: December 1964)
Steed and Mrs Peel depart for new adventures in the Bentley.

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Alex and Carl race along Aldenham road as they try to run Steed and Penny off the road.

THE AVENGERS: False Witness (Charles Crichton: June 1968)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) gets off Mother's double-decker bus and gets into his Yellow Rolls which is parked on Aldenham Road. He drives off to rescue Tara.

THE AVENGERS: Requiem(Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Following Tara's clue about Steed having told her he lived near Henley, Firth concentrates his search around this town on the Thames (Aldenham reservoir).

THE AVENGERS: Take-Over (Robert Fuest: February 1969)
A Rolls Royce travels along a quiet country lane (south down Aldenham Road) with a man held prisoner in the back. The driver stalls the car. The captors, Grenville (Tom Adams) and Lomax (Keith Buckley), pretend to examine the engine while their captive escapes. The fugitive runs across a field (Elstree Cricket Club) towards a body of water (Aldenham reservoir) but the villains stop him dead in his tracks with a cigarette lighter.

N34: Home Farm, Aldenham Road, Elstree

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: Ring of Hate(Charles Crichton: May/June 1964)
A Humber Hawk estate car arrives at the farm. Later, the vehicle is parked in front of the farmhouse, when Leigh Garner (Dudley Sutton) charges out in a rage and getting into the car, he drives it away at speed. Several days later, Leigh Garner trains by skipping and is watched by Hogan (Barry Keegan) and Bill Flack (Jimmy Gardner).
Sat in the back of a Land Rover Hogan (Barry Keegan) and Bill Flack (Jimmy Gardner) watch as Leigh Garner (Dudley Sutton) jogs along behind the vehicle (Aldenham Road). Sometime later, Leigh Garner is once again in training following the Land Rover down a narrow country lane, while Hogan and Bill Flack discuss a story in the newspaper about the upcoming boxing match.

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Penny (Valerie Van Ost) and Steed (Patrick Macnee) in their Bentley cause Alex (Edwin Richfield) to shoot Carl (Neil McCarthy) after which their car smashes through the farm gate and into a tree.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: False Witness (Charles Crichton: July 1968)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) takes Melville (Barry Warren) to undergo a lie detector test inside Mother's (Patrick Newell) double decker bus HQ conducted by Dr. Grant (Arthur Pentelow) and observed by Rhonda (Rhonda Parker). Later an analysis report on the milk arrives back at Mother's HQ. Lord Edgefield (William Job) arrives in his Rolls at Dreemykreem Dairies to pay off Sykes. Tara follows Lane (Rio Fanning) to the dairy in her Lotus Europa. Tara (Linda Thorson) returns to the dairy in order to destroy the treated milk. The bus sets off (from Home Farm on to Aldenham Road). Later Steed arrives in his yellow Rolls to rescue Tara.

JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN: Poor Butterfly (Alan Gibson: October 1968)
Steve Miller (Chad Everett) stop arrives at the home of Ben Loker (Bernard Lee) and his wife (Susan Richards) looking for petrol and a few answers.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!:Summer Camp (Harry Booth: 1969)
The farmer (George Woodbridge) is startled to see a haystack drive into his farmyard

N35: Tykes Water Lake, Bridge and approach road, Aldenham Park, Elstreeû

THE FOX: Pilot Episode (Peter Maxwell: 1958)
The postillion of Marie Antoinette's coach is shot by Charney and runs out of control over the bridge.

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Bank Raid (Ralph Smart: 1958)
A car pulls up by the lake where Sally (Deborah Watling) is fishing with her uncle. Williams (Brian Rawlinson) gets out after talking to Crowther and attempts to kidnap Sally.

THE AVENGERS: Two's a Crowd (Roy Baker: May 1965)
Ivenko (John Bluthal) heads to meet Steed (Patrick Macnee) at the bridge, but is shot by Psev's submarine. Later, Steed meets Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) whilst out riding.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Silent Dust (Roy Baker: June 1965)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) tells Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) about the lack of martlets as they enjoy a punt.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: The Hour That Never Was (Gerry O'Hara: July 1965)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) crash in the Bentley near the bridge, which they then cross to reach RAF Hamelin. Later, Steed recovers in his car alone and retraces his steps.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Small Game for Big Hunters (Gerry O'Hara: September 1965)
Kendrick (Peter Thomas) flees from tribal drumbeats to a wire fence. Steed and Mrs Peel depart for new adventures in a canoe.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Honey for the Prince (James Hill: February 1966)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) return across the bridge from an early morning party.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE SAINT: Flight Plan (Roy Baker: September 1966)
Templar's Volvo drives across the bridge.

THE AVENGERS: Never, Never Say Die (Robert Day: February 1967)
Stone (Christopher Lee) encounters an old man (Arnold Ridley) with a radio controlled boat. Stone is drawn to the radio of a young man (David Gregory), who is sleeping by his Triumph roadster. Steed (Patrick Macnee) drives along in his Land Rover looking for the mysterious stranger when he spots a cottage (studio set). Doctor Penrose (Jeremy Young) and a number of men from the Neoterric Research Unit search the woods for Stone. Also in the woods, a sergeant (John Junkin) and private (Peter Dennis) are dealt with by Stone. Mrs Peel visits Aerial Cottage in her Lotus.

THE AVENGERS: Epic (James Hill: February 1967)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) wait five-tenths of a mile along the road and are filmed by Kirby (Peter Wyngarde) as a cycling vicar.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Return of the Cybernauts (Robert Day: May 1967)
The Cybernaut (Terry Richards) carries the unconcious Neville (Charles Tingwell) towards Beresford's house.
(Spotted by Mike Richardson, December 2012)

THE AVENGERS: You Have Just Been Murdered (Robert Asher: July 1967)
Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) sees Maxted's case dropped from a bridge and is then attacked by Nicholls (Frank Maher). Unwin (Barrie Ingham) drops his case over the bridge where Mrs Peel uses it to overpower Morgan (Les Crawford), but then Unwin tells Steed (Patrick Macnee) it is a bomb. Morgan leads Mrs Peel towards a nearby caravan, but as they pass a haystack Skelton (Simon Oates) jumps out and tackles Mrs Peel. Steed and Unwin are not far behind and it is not long before Unwin is also captured by Skelton. Steed soon discovers Needle's hiding place and Steed battles with Morgan. Needle attempts to flee in a Landrover with the ransom money, but the case explodes blasting the Landrover to pieces and Needle into a tree.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: The Positive Negative Man (Robert Day: August 1967)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) interrupts the fishing of Cynthia Wentworth-Howe (Caroline Blakiston).

THE CHAMPIONS: The Survivors (Cyril Frankel: Early 1968)
Three frogmen led by Pieter (Stephen Yardley) are watched diving by Richter (Donald Houston) and Emil (Bernard Kay) who later shoot up their tent. Craig (Stuart Damon) and Richard (William Gaunt) also come under fire when they dive at the lake.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Final Countdown (John Gilling: Early 1968)
German frogmen search the lake bed for the missing bomb.

THE AVENGERS: Split! (Roy Baker: January 1968)
Tara King (Linda Thorson) waits in her AC Cobra for Lord Barnes who is arriving by Hughes 269B helicopter.

THE AVENGERS: Look - (Stop me if you've heard this one) But There Were These Two Fellers... (James Hill: March 1968)
Randolph Cleghorn (Bill Shine)meets a comical end from Maxie Martin (Jimmy Jewel) and Jennings (Julian Chagrin) whilst duck shooting.

THE AVENGERS: Season Seven UK title sequence (Summer: 1968)
Tara (Linda Thorson) runs along the bridge and Steed (Patrick Macnee) battles with empty suits of armour.

THE AVENGERS: All Done with Mirrors (Ray Austin: May 1968)
Roger (John Bown), one of Mothers' men in an MGB tails Arkin (Peter Elliott) driving a MG 110 to a secluded wood south of The Establishment. He reports to Mother by radio. Arkin appers to be talking to someone, but he is unable to see anyone in the immediate area. Later Watney (Dinsdale Landen) follows Doctor Dr Seligman (Anthony Dutton) to the same location. After Seligman is shot Major Sparshott (Peter Copley) appears nearby. At the end of the adventure, Steed (Patrick Macnee) invites Tara (Linda Thorson) to share a meal with him in a field. He cooks a steak using the heat from the engine of his Yellow Rolls Royce Silver Ghost.

THE AVENGERS: Super Secret Cypher Snatch (John Hough: June 1968)
Mother (Patrick Newell) sets up his mobile HQ in a field in his Bentley with the help of Rhonda (Rhonda Parker). He briefs Tara (Linda Thorson), sitting on her AC Frua and Steed (Patrick Macnee)with his Yellow Rolls Royce Silver Ghost.

THE AVENGERS: Game (Robert Fuest: June 1968)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Tara (Linda Thorson) go to visit Brigadier Wishforth-Browne (Anthony Newlands) at an army training ground where troops are exercising. Later they go back to a meeting with the Brigadierin Steed's yellow Rolls Royce Silver Ghost and are nearly run down by the corpse of the Brigadier which has been put in an unmanned jeep.

THE AVENGERS: They Keep Killing Steed (Robert Fuest: August 1968)
Tara (Linda Thorson) gets Steed (Patrick Macnee) to prove his identity, and as she gets her car, Baron Von Curt (Ian Ogilvy) despatches another fake Steed.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE SAINT: Little Girl Lost (Roy Baker: Aug/Sep 1966)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) is fishing by an Irish lake when a young woman (June Ritchi) crashes her Mini nearby. She is being chased by two thugs (Shay Gorman and Maurice Good) in a WV Beetle. They leave their car and attack Simon who fights them off and leaves with the girl in his Volvo.

THE AVENGERS: Killer (Cliff Owen: September 1968)
 Lawson's body is dropped by a helicopter.
(Identified by Mike Richardson, August 2012)

THE AVENGERS: The Interrogators (Charles Crichton: October 1968)
Paid informant, Fillington, is practicing football in a field when Sgt Blackie (Glynn Edwards) creeps up and shoots him from a distance.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1968)
Hooper (Peter Jesson) and Grant (Robin Hawdon) arrive with Jeff and his car and throw him over the bridge into the water as Marty (Kenneth Cope) watches.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Thingumajig (Leslie Norman: January 1969)
Pike (Russell Walters) finds the fish in the river all dead, prompting Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Inge (Dora Reisser) to have the lake dredged. Kruger (Iain Cuthbertson) enters his caravan on the roadside. Later, at dusk, Tara races in her Lotus Europa to warn Steed about the deadly boxes.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Take-Over (Robert Fuest: February 1969)
Fenton Grenville (Tom Adams), John Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Bill Basset (Michael Gwynn) arrive for their shoot in a Land Rover. Gilbert Sexton (Garfield Morgan) and Ernest Lomax (Keith Buckley) get out of the back of the Land Rover with their guns to act as beaters. An attempt is made to kill Steed, but he is able to trick his would-be executioners into thinking he is dead.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, September 2012)

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: Summer Camp (Harry Booth: 1969)
Scooper (Peter Firth), Spring (Brinsley Forde), Billie (Gillian Bailey), Brains (Michael Audreson), Doughnut (Douglas Simmonds), Sticks (Bruce Clark), Tiger (Debbie Russ) and Albert (Melvyn Hayes) arrive in the country for a few days holiday and run into trouble with a couple of other holiday makers (Betty Marsden, Hugh Paddick). Fortunately, the farmer who owns the site (George Woodbridge) is on their side.

JASON KING: An Author in Search of Two Characters (Cyril Frankel: 1970)
As Jason King (Peter Wyngarde) walks by the lake, Reynolds (John Sullivan) appears from the bridge, and runs towards him. Suddenly, a spaceman appears and shoots him. Jason is then floored by a grizzly bear. After the lake is searched. Inspector Hughes (Ivor Dean) arrives to meet D.S. Watkins (Brian Grellis) and see Reynolds' body dragged from the lake.

THE ADVENTURER: Return to Sender (Cyril Frankel:1972)
Gavin (Garrick Hagon) and Michele (Pamela Salem) are chased in their car by Fleming (Patrick Mower) and Gorman (Donald Burton) over the bridge.

THE PROFESSIONALS: Lawsons Last Stand (Ian Sharp: 1981)
Lieutenant Colonel Peter Lawson (Michael Culver), and Tug Willis (John Hallam) bury Les before starting on the second phase of their plan.

Television:
DIAL 999: Secial Branch (1958)
ESPIONAGE: A Covenant with Death (1963)
PATHFINDERS: Fly There Walk Back (1972)
SPYDER'S WEB: The Executioners (1972)
Babycham commercial (1991)
THE MRS BRADLEY MYSTERIES: Speedy Death (1998)

Films:
633 SQUADRON (1964)
NIGHT MUST FALL (1964)
DOCTOR TERROR'S HOUSE OF TERRORS (1965)
THEATRE OF DEATH (1965)
TASTE THE BLOOD OF DRACULA (1969)
MOSQUITO SQADRON (1969)
THE ABOMINABLE DR PHEBES (1971)
DEMONS OF THE MIND (1971)
DRACULA A.D. 1972 (1972)
FEAR IN THE NIGHT (1972)
WINGS: Mary Had a Little Lamb promotional film (1972)
THE MONSTER CLUB (1980)

N36: Borehamwood Public Library, Elstree Way, Borehamwood

THE CHAMPIONS: The Search (Leslie Norman: April 1967)
Whilst waiting in a queue at the library Sharron (Alexandra Bastedo) reads the whole of War and Peace and hands it back to the librarian when she reaches the end of the line instead of booking it out.

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: Tiger Takes Off (Harry Booth: 1969)
Brain's pigeon summons Scooper (Peter Firth), Sticks (Bruce Clark) and Tiger (Debbie Russ) to a meeting.

N37: St.Teresa's RC Primary School, Brook Road, Borehamwood

HERE COME THE DOUBLE DECKERS!: A Hit for a Miss (Harry Booth: 1969)
Tiger (Debbie Russ) and Billie (Gillian Bailey) wait impatiently for Spring (Brinsley Forde), Doughnut (Douglas Simmonds), Brains (Michael Audreson), Sticks (Bruce Clark) and Scooper (Peter Firth) at the school gates. When the boys appear they ignore the girls as they are with Miss Petit (Georgina Simpson), their new teacher.

Films:
THE MONSTER CLUB (1980)

N38: Rowley Farm, Rowley Lane, Well End


photo: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: Silent Dust (Roy Baker: June 1965)
Juggins’ Farm - After meeting Mrs Peel Omrod (William Franklyn) rides to the farm to talk to Juggins. During the hunt Omrod and Juggins (Jack Watson) set off from the farm on horseback after Mrs Peel.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, August 2008)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1968)
Jeff Randall (Mike Pratt) arrives at Lynstead Acres on the Elmstead Road looking for Dyson (John Bott). Seaton (Alex Scott) and Grant (Robin Hawdon) follow Jeff in to the farm and Grant shoots Dyson by mistake. Some nights later Seaton and Hooper (Peter Jesson) drive Donald Seaton (Gary Watson) and Jeff back to the farm and lock them in to an outhouse. Grant and Hooper return to deal with their two prisoners but a fight breaks out and Seaton manages to escape. Grant and Hooper then throw Jeff into an old wishing well. The next morning Marty (Kenneth Cope) manages to attract the attention of two hikers (Michael Radford and Clare Jenkins) and leads them towards the well.

Films:
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP (1934)

N39: Canterbury House, Borehamwood

DEPARTMENT S: The Shift That Never Was (Sidney Hayers: May 1967)
A woman living in the flats overlooking the chemical factory witnesses an accident with one of the tankers.

UFO: Confetti Check A-O.K. (David Lane: November 1969)
A private detective follows Straker (Ed Bishop) and Nina Barry (Delorez Mantez) to her apartment and photographs them together.

N40: Running Track, Metropolitan. Police Cadet Playing Fields, Stirling Corner, Borehamwood (redeveloped)

DEPARTMENT S: The Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
Sir Curtis and Sullivan discuss the case as they jog round a track.

N41: McDonalds, Shenley Road, Borehamwood

THE SAINT: The Man Who was Lucky (John Gilling: 1962)
When Marty's Morris arrives Eddie and Lucky run out and shoot him. Cora and the Saint watch as the gunmen drive away.

THE SAINT: The Well Meaning Mayor (Jeremy Summers: 1963)
Hackett (Norman Bird) leaves Teinplar's hotel and walks to his car.

N42: Cowley Hill Road, Hatforde Road, Borehamwood

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Bank Raid (Ralph Smart: 1958)
The crew of a Wolesley police car see Sally (Deborah Watling) waving from an apparently driverless car and set off in pursuit.

N43: ShenleyHospital Gates, Radlett Lane, Shenley


Photo: Geoff Dodd

DANGER MAN: The Sanctuary (Charles Frend: 1959)
Drake is driven, in the governor’s Humber, through the gates of Hartington Open Prison to meet Michael Liamond.
(Identified by Stephen Winterbottom)

N44: Hartforde Road, Borehamwood

THE AVENGERS: False Witness (Charles Crichton: June 1968)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) arrives at the rendezvous in his Yellow Rolls Royce and uses a portable bus stop to catch a double-decker bus being used by Mother (Patrick Newell) as his mobile headquarters (opposite Braken Close). Steed climbs the stairs and asks Rhonda (Rhonda Parker) for a drink from the bar before talking to Mother (the bus then drives up and down Hartforde Road) . Melville (Barry Warren) gets on to the bus (Cowley Hill/Hartforde Road junction) and he is watched suspiciously by the ticket collector as he starts to climb the stairs to see Mother. Later Steed (Patrick Macnee) gets off the bus as Melville (Barry Warren) tries to get on. Steed holds back Melville with his umbrella.
(Identified by Sam Denham)

N45: Chester Road/ Balmoral Drive, Borehamwood

THE BARON: Samurai West (John Moxey: July 1965)
On his way to save Sterling at Reflexo Glass & Mirrors Ltd., Mannering drives his Jensen along this road.

THE BARON: There's Someone Close Behind You (Roy Baker: December 1965)
Greg Wilde leaves court in a police car and is followed by Sheldon and Alan Jordan in their car. They radio their location to other members of the gang (back projection). Later Wilde escapes from the police in a yellow van, but as he drives along Chester Road he does not realise that Mannering has managed to stow away in the back.

THE PROTECTORS: King Con (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Followed by Cribbs, Harry Rule arrives with a suitcase full of money to pay off his creditors.
(Identified by Pat Walsh, October 2004)

THE PROTECTORS: Thinkback (Cyril Frankel: 1972)
Harry and The Contessa arrive at the film studio, where Frank Dilling is hiding, in a ambulance. Inspector Wilson’s car is already there.
(Identified by Pat Walsh, October 2004)

N46: Howard Drive, Borehamwood

GIDEON’S WAY: To Catch A Tiger (Les Norman, April 1965)
Nurse Smith (Olwen Brook) is accidentally run over by a Jaguar whilst shopping.

THE PROTECTORS: Thinkback (Cyril Frankel: 1972)
After commandeering an ambulance, Harry and The Contessa race around a corner (from Balmoral Drive into Howard Drive ) and past some shops on their way to save Frank Dilling.
(Identified by Pat Walsh, October 2004)

N47: Old Lodge Motors, Theobald Street, Borehamwood

THE SAINT: When Spring is Sprung (Jim O'Connolly: March 1967)
Simon buys a van from a garage (Old Lodge Motors).

N48: Lyndhurst, Green Street, Shenley


Photo: Alan Field

THE AVENGERS: Legacy of Death (Don Chaffey: July 1968)
After Tara's Lotus looses all the villains' cars Steed directs her to one of his childhood haunts. They drive in through the gates.
(Spotted by Alan Field)

THE AVENGERS: Requiem (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Tara King (Linda Thorson) overheard wakes from a drug induced sleep to overhear a plot to kill Mother. Tara runs from the house to her Yellow Rolls Royce, but she collapses in the car before she can drive off. This is also the building that poses as the hospital where Tara is later held.

THE BARON: Samurai West (John Moxey: July 1965)
Raymond Huntley takes Mannering (SteveForest) to the nursing home to meet his brother Tom.

JOURNEY INTO THE UNKNOWN: Jane Brown's Body (Alan Gibson: 1968)
A young girl (Stefanie Powers) is taken by ambulance to the home of Doctor Ian Denholt. Once the girl is revived Paul Amory (David Buck) is invited to the house to teach the girl, newly christened Jane Brown. Later, after being dismissed, Paul Amory returns to confront Jane Brown in the garden.

N49: New Road, Shenley

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened To George Foster? (Don Chaffey: November 1964)
John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) arrives sat the home of Charlie Hewitt in a stolen police car. He enters, but a familiar stranger (Colin Douglas) arrives almost immediately and telephones the police from a call box. The stranger goes to Hewitt’s house but is attacked by Drake who drives away.
(Identified by Sam Denham, September 2004)

N50: Hillside Avenue, Borehamwood

 
Photos: Alan Field

GIDEON’S WAY: The Reluctant Witness (Jeremy Summers, April 1965)
Rachel’s stays with Mrs. Moss. Larry Larkin (Dervis Ward) attempts to run Rachel down as she leaves the house (Hillside Avenue and Bullhead Road).
(Identified by Alan Field, December 2007)

Films:
CONFESSIONS OF A DRIVING INSTRUCTOR (1976)

N51: Green Street (B5378), Borehamwood

 
Photos: Alan Field and Photo: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: False Witness (Charles Crichton: June 1968)
Steed Takes a ride in Mother’s mobile headquarters (camera located near the junction with Stapleton Road looking north).
(Confirmed by Geoff Dodd, May 2008)

THE AVENGERS: Legacy of Death (Don Chaffey: July 1968)
After Tara's Lotus looses all the villains' cars Steed directs her to one of his childhood haunts .
(Spotted by Alan Field)

N52: Crossoaks Farm, Crossoaks Lane, Ridge

THE SAINT: Jeannine (John Moxey: May 1964)
Fouquet (John Dearth) and Peyrac (Peter Diamond) arrive at the farm with Madam Chen’s necklace. They are about to exchange cars when Simon Templar (Roger Moore) arrives in his Volvo. There is a fight and Simone overpowers the two villains and retrieves the pearls. Sergeant Luduc (Robert Cawdron) arrives in a police car with Madam Chen (Jacqui Chan) and Jeannine Roger (Sylvia Simms). Fouquet and Peyrac are taken into custardy and the necklace is retrieved from Simon.

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Steed’s windscreen is shattered by a bullet and is forced to bring his Bentley to a sudden halt. Bates (Ivor Dean), watches from his Landrover in a nearby field as Steed and Penny set off again in the Bentley.

THE AVENGERS: Super Secret Cypher Snatch (James Hill: June 1968)
After checking that the gates to Cypher Headquarters are all clear The Classy Glass Cleaning trucks form a convoy and set off. A day or so later Vickers (Donald Gee) passes on the message to Maskin (Simon Oats) that the telephone lines to Cypher Headquarters have been blocked. Maskin orders Harper, Lang, Davis (Anthony Blackshaw) and Warren into action. The convoy sets off once more.

N53: Butterfly Lane, Elstree

GIDEON’S WAY: The Rhyme and the Reason (John Gilling, August 1964)
Chief Inspector Keen and Mary Henderson just happen to be in the area driving.
(Identified by Alan Field, May 2009)

GIDEON’S WAY: The Great Plane Robbery (Leslie Norman: March/April 1965)
The decoy van driven by Kautsky is pulled over by two police officers in a patrol car.
(Identified by Alan Field, March 2010)

THE SAINT: Queen's Ransom (Roy Baker: April 1966)
Travelling in Hortense's, Rolls Royce, Simon spots that they are being pursued by one of the assassins, Mustafa (back projection of Butterfly Lane seen behind Mustafa).

N54: Links Drive, Elstree

THE CHAMPIONS: The Gilded Cage (Cyril Frankel: September 1967)
Craig is driving in his Mercedes as he realises that Richard is being kidnapped from his flat.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, October 2010)

N55: The Wagon and Horses, Watling Street, Elstree

THE HUMAN JUNGLE: The Man Who Fell Apart (Roy Baker: ???)
Mrs Harris drives in her Hillman Imp to interview the Matron of Rest Harrow School for Handicapped Children.

N56: Cowley Hill, Borehamwood

THE AVENGERS: Epic (James Hill: February 1967)
Mrs. Peel is tricked into using a taxi driven by a disguised Stewart Kirby's. Mrs Peel soon realises that they are going the wrong way, but when she protests she is rendered unconscious by gas fed into her sealed compartment (along Shenley Road to Cowley Hill past the Hertswood School a.k.a. Nicholas Hawksmoor Upper School, then taxi is seen turning into Gateshead Road).
(Identified Geoff Dodd, May, 2011)

THE AVENGERS: False Witness (Charles Crichton: June 1968)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) is reading the report on the top deck of Mother's (Patrick Newell) mobile headquarters, Mother and Rhonda (Rhonda Parker) watch on. As Steed is about to leave the bus Mother warns him that "there is something very odd about this case" (the bus slows to a stop at the junction with Hartforde Road).

N57: Elstree Way, Borehamwood

THE PRISONER: Many Happy Returns (Patrick McGoohan: March 1967)
After leaving Mrs Butterworth at his old London house, the civil servant (Patrick McGoohan) continues his journey in the Lotus (just opposite the Maxwell Road junction, totally redeveloped).

N58: Warwick Road, Borehamwood

THE AVENGERS: Get-Away! (Don Sharp: February 1968)
Steed drives to the Magnus Importing Company Ltd. in his yellow Rolls Royce and enters the building (buildings on both sides of the road have been redeveloped).
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd, February 2012)

N59: Ewhurst, 37 Furzehill Road, Borehamwood (demolished)
(Idenified by Alan Hayes, March 2012)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: But What a Sweet Little Room (Roy Ward Baker: Summer 1968)
Arthur de Crecy (Michael Goodliffe) arrives with Anne Fenwick (Frances Bennett) at his 'cottage in the country' in his Peugeot. They leave the car and enter the house. Later Arthur is forced to drive Jeff Randall to the house.

THE BARON: Portrait of Louisa (John Moxey: September 1965)
Louisa's Home where she waits for a call from the blackmailer. After the call she races off in her Volvo P800. Later Mannering arrives back at the house in his Jensen CV-8 Mk II to find David tied up and gagged.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Final Countdown (John Gilling: Early 1968)
Marshall Von Splitz arrives in a chauffer driven car at a country house near Hamburg after years of imprisonment in Russia.

GIDEON’S WAY: Boy With Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
Chris Kirk (Howard Knight) leaves his house with his father's gun.

Films:
NIGHTMARE AT ELM MANOR (1963)
VISIT FROM VENUS

N60: Campions House, Green Street (demolished)

THE AVENGERS: What the Butler Saw (Bill Bain: December 1965)
Mrs Peel takes Steed to the headquarters of the Butlers and Gentleman’s Gentleman Association.
(Identified by Stephen Winterbottom, May 2015) 

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