O1: Deeves Hall Cottage, Deeves Hall Lane nr. Ridge

THE AVENGERS: Silent Dust (Roy Baker: June 1965)
The car carrying Steed and the Minister to Manderley passes the farm.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE BARON: The Persuaders (Leslie Norman: October 1965)
Roddy's Land Rover drives into a farm followed by The Baron's Jensen.

THE BARON: Something for a Rainy Day (Cyril Frankel: November 1965)
Seldon's daughter arrives at the French farm, watched by Max Holder (Patrick Allen) and his accomplice (Derek Newark) in their Jaguar. John Mannering (Steve Forrest) reaches the farm in his Citroen and awakens there next morning to be met by Charlotte Russell (Lois Maxwell) and Cordelia (Sue Lloyd).
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: A Touch of Brimstone (James Hill: December 1965)
Steed's car with Mrs Peel and Steed hurries past the farm towards the conference.

THE SAINT: The Fiction Makers (Roy Baker: May 1966)
Warlock, aboard a police car, pursues Simon and Kline after they escape from the S.W.O.R.D. headquarters.

THE AVENGERS: Escape in Time (John Krish: September 1966)
Hearse drives past taking escapees to Thyssen's. Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Clapham (Geoffrey Bayldon) stop to get bearings at the Yule Tide Turkey Farm as Vesta (Judy Parfitt) drives past.

THE BARON: Countdown (Robert Asher: October 1966)
John Mannering's Jensen drives past the farm.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: From Venus With Love (Robert Day: October 1966)
Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) pulls up in her Lotus, suddenly finding herself under attack from the light source she is pursuing.

THE AVENGERS: The See-Through Man (Robert Asher: November 1966)
After loosing Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg), Elene (Moira Lister) arrives for her rendezvous with Ackroyd (Jonathan Elsom). She is about to shoot Ackroyde when Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) pulls up in her Lotus. Ackroyd leaves as does Elene, but not before she summons Vazin. Later Vazin’s Jaguar pursues Mrs Peel's Lotus Elan past the farm.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Carl (Neil McCarthy) and Alex (Edwin Richfield) realise they have lost Danvers. Carl and Alex head out on the hunt.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE SAINT: Where the Money Is (Roger Moore: Summer 1968)
Simon Templar is driven blindfolded by the kidnappers to the farm where they are holding Jenny Kersh prisoner. Later Simon is able to locate the farm and breaks in at night to rescue the girl.

THE PROTECTORS: Triple Cross (John Hough: 1972)
Charlie's girlfriend (Angharad Rees) drives a blindfold Harry (Robert Vaughn) to meet Charlie (John Neville) who has kidnapped his friends. Paul Buchet is held prisoner at the farm with a time bomb for company, the Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter) and Harry find him just in time to save him.

SHILLINGBURY TALES: The Shillingbury Miracle (1979)

O2: Ridge Village


THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Carl (Neil McCarthy) and Alex (Edwin Richfield) arrive at the old forge in the village of Galding. Steed (Patrick Macnee) and Penny (Valerie Van Ost) arrive soon after. Penny investigates the Jaguar. Carl and Alex leave the forge, closely followed by Steed and Penny. Steed is forced to bring his Bentley to a sudden halt (on Crossoaks Lane just after the junction with Summerswood Lane) when his windscreen is shattered by a bullet. Bates (Ivor Dean) has observed the incident from a nearby field.

THE SAINT: Where the Money Is (Roger Moore: Summer 1968)
Kidnapper, German (Derek Newark) takes Jean Latour (Sandor Elès) and Judee Morten (Judee Morton) to pick up the ransom money from a barn (Ridge Farm, Crossoaks Lane/Deeves Hall Lane).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, 4th May 2013)

THE AVENGERS: Thingumajig (Leslie Norman: January 1969)
The establishing shots of St. Mary's Church where the excavation takes place were shot here.

THE PROTECTORS: The Bodyguards (Don Chaffey: 1972)
Alan Mason (Manning Redwood) arrives at the church to collect a hidden legacy. Harry (Robert Vaughn) and Paul (Tony Anholt) arrive just in time to save the Contessa.

THE PROTECTORS: Sugar and Spice (Charles Crichton: 1973)
A duplicate Bentley driven by the Contessa continues along Summerswood Lane when Harry's Bentley turns into Crossoaks Lane to lose the following Volkswagen.

THE PROTECTORS: The Insider (Don Leaver: 1973)
The Contessa (Nyree Dawn Porter) trails a suspect blackmailer to the church only to find it is the vicar.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Yesterday's Hero (Roy Ward Baker: 1978)
Simon Templer (Ian Ogilvy), Diskett (Tony Vogel), Sandy (Annette Andre) and Mike Gates (Matthew Ryan) attend Roy Gate's funeral.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Diplomat's Daughter (Charles Crichton: 1978)
Simon follows Marie de la Garde, who has stolen his Jaguar, from Dover.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, January 2008)

INSPECTOR MORSE: The Sins of the Fathers (Peter Hammond: 1989)
Morse (John Thaw) talks to Lewis (Kevin Whately) as he drives in his Jaguar along Crossoaks Lane when an idea strikes him and he suddenly pulls the car off the road.


PATHFINDERS: Fly There Walk Back (1972)
'ALLO 'ALLO (1986)

O3: Holmshill Lane, nr. Well End

DANGER MAN: The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove (Don Chaffey: September 1964)
John Drake is seen driving his car off the A1 at the turning for London Airport, but is about to be severely delayed.

THE BARON: The Edge of Fear (Quentin Lawrence, May 1966)
The ambulance carrying Kent Jordan leaves the main road and turns onto a country lane (from the A1 onto Holmshill Lane).
(Identified by Mike Richardson, May 2021)

THE AVENGERS: Return of the Cybernauts (Robert Day: June 1967)
Steed's Bentley pursues Mrs Peel's Lotus Elan along the country lane.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Steed's Bentley drives close by Carl (Neil McCarthy) and Alex (Edwin Richfield) as they work on their Jaguar.

THE SAINT: Legacy for the Saint (Roy Ward Baker: Spring 1968) The security van with Teal aboard, together with a police motorcycle escort, drive down the lane.

THE AVENGERS: Super Secret Cypher Snatch (James Hill: June 1968)
The Classy Glass Cleaning trucks travel towards Cypher Headquarters in convoy (from the Bucketsland Lane end towards the A1), picking up the truck that blocked the phone lines on the way. The following day the Classy Glass Cleaning trucks travel towards their meeting place outside Cypher Headquarters in convoy.

O4: Dyrham Park Golf Club Gateway, Trotter's Bottom, nr. Dancer's Hill

THE AVENGERS: The Thirteenth Hole (Roy Baker: September 1965)
Steed and Mrs Peel arrive in Steed's Bentley at Craigleigh Golf Club.
(Spotted by Michael Richardson, 1989)

THE AVENGERS: The Girl From Auntie (Roy Baker: October 1965)
Mrs Peel (Diana Rigg) leaves a charity ball to help an old lady (Mary Merrall) who overcomes her with a hypodermic.

THE BARON: And Suddenly You're Dead (Cyril Frankel: January 1966)
Franklin, in a stolen limousine, crashes through the gates of the Sorensen Labs. Frederick, who is following Franklin on his motorcycle, fails to get through the gates before they close and crashes into them. The Baron and Cordelia drive past the gates in the Jensen, they park and attempt to break in.

UFO: Confetti Check A-O.K. (David Lane: November 1969)
Straker's American saloon, with the newly married Ed and Mary aboard, drives along a country road (Trotter's Bottom seen from Dyrham Park Golf Club Gateway).
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd, August 2023)

O5: Kitt's End Road, Kitt's End

UFO: Confetti Check A-O.K. (David Lane: November 1969)
Straker's American saloon pulls up by the side of the road. Straker (Ed Bishop) changes behind a bush whilst Mary Straker (Suzanne Neve) waits.
(Spotted by Sam Denham, 1990)

O6: Rowley Lane, Well End

DEPARTMENT S: A Cellar Full of Silence (John Gilling: June 1968)
After losing contact with Jason Stewart races in the Bentley to the telephone box.
(Identified by Vince Cox, April 2014)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1968)
After escaping Donald flags down a lift only to find Cynthia driving.
(Identified by Vince Cox, November 2012)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Somebody Just Walked Over My Grave (Cyril Frankel: Summer 1969)
Jeff Randall's Vauxhall pursues Harper and Dighton's hearse towards the A1 junction.

O7: Dyrham Park Golf Club, Galley Lane, nr. Dancer's Hill 

THE SAINT: The Invisible Millionaire (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1962)
Simon Templar's Volvo arrives at Marvin Chase's country home.

THE SAINT: The Noble Sportsman (Peter Yates: 1963)
Lord Yearly arrives home in his Aston Martin. The next morning the postman delivers the mail. At the weekend the saint's Volvo is parked outside with other cars and The Saint checks the grounds.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: The Smile Behind the Veil (Jeremy Summers: Autumn 1968)
The fake Seaton and his aides arrive at the Seaton Stonehurst home. Brooks leaves the house and shortly afterwards Jeff arrives lost. Hooper and Grant drag the beaten up Jeff to the car and drive off with Jeff's Vauxhall.

GHOST SQUAD: It Won’t be a Stylish Marriage (1961)


O8: A1, Borehamwood

THE SAINT: The Bunco Artists (Peter Yates: 1962)
Mr and Mrs drive away after robbing Netherdon Church.

THE SAINT: The Man Who Liked Toys (John Gilling: June 1964)
Lewis drives George to his flat after visiting Costello and Hammel.

THE SAINT: The Rhine Maiden (James Hill: November 1964)
The Saint's Volvo turns onto the Offenbach road

THE SAINT: The Abductors (Jeremy Summers: March 1965)
Simon Templar and Madeline drive to Orley Airport.

THE BARON: Title Sequence (Summer 1965)
Mannering's Jensen thunders along the A1.

THE BARON: Farewell to Yesterday (Leslie Norman: September 1965)
The Baron's Citroen drives south along Italian motorway whilst trying to catch up with a train (reversed film).

THE BARON: The Long, Long Day (Roy Baker: April 1966)
Navini's car is parked by an Italian motorway waiting for news of The Baron (on Stirling Way by bridge) and then drives off. The Baron's Jensen drives along Italian motorway followed by a Red Citroen. Navini's car overtakes the Citroen which pulls off the road at Moat House Intersection, and continues to follow The Baron.

THE SAINT: Escape Route (Roger Moore: October 1966)
The Saint and John Wood are taken by V.W. van, at night, to an unknown destination

THE SAINT: Simon and Delilah (Roy Baker: January 1967)
Film star Serena Harris and her co-star Tig Jordan are kidnapped and are driven at high speed out of Rome.

THE CHAMPIONS: The Body Snatchers (Paul Dickson: Late 1967)
The A1 appears as back projection in the Mercedes as Squires tries to escape.

THE PRISONER: Fall Out (Patrick McGoohan: December 1967)
A business man drives on the A20 alongside a tuneful low loader carrying three rebels (Patrick McGoohan, Leo McKern, Alexis Kanner).

DEPARTMENT S: The Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
Jason's Bentley is stopped on the road by a police Jaguar and he is told to call Sullivan.

DEPARTMENT S: The Double Death of Charlie Crippen (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
King and Sullivan discuss developments as they drive along the road from Naples.

DEPARTMENT S: A Ticket to Nowhere (Cyril Frankel: December 1968)
Jason drives has Bentley with Lisa Crane aboard towards Westerly Grange.

THE PROTECTORS: Triple Cross (John Hough: 1972)
Harry Rule drives under the Rowley Lane bridge just before he has to stop for petrol. The Contessa and Harry drive onto the A1 south-bound from Rowley Lane in a radio detector van as they attempt to find Paul Buchet's kidnappers.

THE PROTECTORS: The Numbers Game (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
The Contessa and Harry drive down the road from Dover and their car is followed.

O9: Rowley Lane, nr. Arkley

THE CHAMPIONS: Operation Deep-Freeze (Paul Dickson: April 1967)
Whilst driving his Alfa Romeo in Switzerland Richard's sixth sense starts to warn him of impending danger.

DEPARTMENT S: The Double Death of Charlie Crippen (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Jason King's Bentley drives towards the Villa Fantelle, later followed by Stuart Sullivan's Fiat.


O10: Hillcrest, Arkley (demolished)

THE AVENGERS: Something Nasty in the Nursery (James Hill: March 1967)
Lord Webster arrives home but is observed by Gordon from his car. Mrs Peel arrives soon after in her Lotus to question Webster.

THE AVENGERS: The Positive Negative Man (Robert Asher: July 1967)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) visits Dr. Cresswell (Ray McAnally) who is waiting for Peter Haworth (Michael Latimer), then arrives just as Mrs. Peel (Diana Rigg) drives up in her Lotus with news from Risely Dale.

THE AVENGERS: Game (Robert Fuest: June 1968)
Steed arrives at Henry Averman's house in his yellow Rolls.

O11: Barnet General Hospital, Wellhouse Lane, Barnet

THE SAINT: The Persistent Patriots (Roy Baker: October 1966)
Liskard is confined to hospital after a murder attempt when Templar is forced to throw an assassin from a fire escape to his death. Liskard is then taken from the hospital by ambulance.

DEPARTMENT S: The Perfect Operation (Cyril Frankel: February 1969)
Stuart and Annabelle arrive at the City of Southwark Hospital to investigate the mystery of the substitute brain surgeon. As Annabelle leaves the hospital her car is followed.

DEPARTMENT S: The Man From X (Gil Taylor: Early 1969)
Stuart Sullivan finds himself in hospital after his crash.

THE PROTECTORS: Implicado (Jeremy Summers: 1973)
Mrs. Douglas calls the Contessa to the hospital, where she is confined, to help clear her son's name.

O12: Summerswood Farm, Summerswood Lane, Ridge

THE PROTECTORS: Sugar and Spice (Charles Crichton: 1973)
Paul (Tony Anholt) delivers Vicky (Debbie Russ) to the farm where she is to stay. The next day Manning (Derek Anders), Colson (Phil Woods), Kruger (Shane Shelton) and Barnes (Gerry Crampton) attempt to kidnap the girl. After the villains have been dealt with Harry takes Vicky and the dog for a walk.

O13: Sawyers Lane/Bentley Heath Lane/Baker Street Crossroads, Bentley Heath, nr. Potters Bar (truncated by the M25)

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Emma and Mike arrive at the crossroads and Mike changes the sign for 'Swingingdale' before setting off again. Carl and Alex try the same trick when they arrive and set off in the wrong direction so when Steed and Penny arrive in their Bentley they are sent in the right direction.

O14: Wrotham Park, Hill Road, Bentley Heath

HAMMER HOUSE OF MYSTERY AND SUSPENSE: The Late Nancy Irving (Peter Sasdy: Spring 1984)
Dr. Marquis (Tony Anholt) and Nurse Lee (Zienia Merton) tend to their patient, Ann (Monique de Sain), who dies of a heart attack. Nancy (Christina Raines) wakes up in the hospital after her accident. Aragon (Marius Goring) talks to Hoffman (Lewis Fiander) in the grounds before he leaves for his transfusion. After seeing her own funeral cortege drive past she escapes past fellow patient, Tony Graham (Mick Ford). A policeman (David Rose) is eventually called by Nancy to rescue her.

INSPECTOR MORSE: Ghost in the Machine (Chris Burt: 1988)
Professor Edward Ullman (Bernard Lloyd) arrives at Hanbury House to see Sir Julius Hanbury (Michael Godley). Georgina Hanbury (Rainbow Dench), Michelle Réage (Irina Brook), Lady Hanbury (Patricia Hodge), Mrs. Maltby (Patsy Byrne) and John McKendrick (Michael Thomas) discover the theft of some paintings. Inspector Morse (John Thaw) and Lewis (Kevin Whately) arrive at the house to investigate and eventually they discover Sir Julius' body in the mausoleum. Dr. Russell (Amanda Hillwood) arrives to examine the body. As John drives Lady Hanbury from the house to collect her sons they pass Roger Meadows (John Elmes) speeding in the opposite direction.

LOVEJOY: The Italian Venus (John Woods: 1990)
Lovejoy (Ian McShane) and Alexander Felsham (Pavel Douglas) drive to meet Lady Jane (Phyllis Logan) at Careyholden House where they encounter Sir Hugo (Patrick Malahide) and Lady Felicity (Celia Imrie). Lovejoy discovers a missing masterpiece in the garden after which Sir Hugo is confronted by Douglas Holden (Nicholas Farrell) in a row about money. Gervais Rackman (Ian McNiece) visits the house and discovers the sculpture on Lovejoy's instructions.

GOTHIC (1987)

HART TO HART: Harts and Hounds (1983)
JEEVES AND WOOSTER as Chuffnell Hall (1991)
THE BROKER'S MAN: Kith and Kin (1998)

O15: Duke of York at Ganwick Corner

Photo: Mandi Ebbrell

DEPARTMENT S: The Shift That Never Was (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
Kate Mortimer and Douglas Stayte meet at a pub and drive towards the Northover Atomic Power Station.
(Identified by Mandi Ebbrell, May 2003)

O16: Bignells Corner, South Mimms (re-developed as South Mimms Motorway Service area)

Photo: Geoff Dodd

GIDEON’S WAY: Boy with Gun (Jeremy Summers: May 1965)
Chris Kirk (Howard Knight) and Vince Kelly (Michael Craze) are on the run from a farmer who has found them in his barn. The two boys run across a field and jump into the back of a van parked by a roadside café (St Albans Rd opposite the junction with Greyhound Lane).

THE SAINT: The Contract (Roger Moore: October 1964)
Simon Templar (Roger Moore) and Eileen Ballinger (Elizabeth Weaver) go to meet Dunstan (Dick Haymes) at a local pub (The Middlesex Arms, which has been demolished). After powdering her nose Eileen is kidnapped by Famberg (Robert Hutton) and his sidekick Ardossi (John Bennett). They are spotted by Simon and Dunstan, but Famberg is able to escape whilst Adrossi is shot by Dunstan.
(Spotted by Geoff Dodd)


O17: Camlet Way and Hadley Common, Hadley Wood

THE SAINT: The Chequered Flag (Leslie Norman: February 1965)
As Simon drives with Catherine Marshall he tells her of his plan to buy a second racing car (Camlet Way).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, July 2008)

THE SAINT: The Art Collectors (Roy Baker: November 1966)
Marcel Legrand waits at his mansion (house on Hadley common) for a visit from Simon Templar and Natasha Wanova.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, July 2008)

THE SAINT: The Best Laid Schemes (John Moxey: May 1967)
Simon Templar goes to visit Arlene Fleming at Millwell Sanatorium (house on Hadley common).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, July 2008)

Photo: Geoff Dodd

THE CHAMPIONS: The Fanatics (John Gilling 1967)
Following the sound of his motorcycle escort Sharron Macready and Craig Sterling trail Richard Barratt around a corner.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, August 2007)

Thriller: Ring Once for Death (Hadley Hurst on Hadley Common) (1973)

O18: Hadley Green, Barnet

THE SAINT: The Crime of the Century (John Gilling: January 1965)
Bernhard Raxel’s mansion (The Grove, Hadley Green Road) where a Raxel has a police informant executed. Crantor and Gregory’s car carrying Simon Templar, posing as Carl Munster, arrives at the home of Bernhard Raxel. Teal’s man, Philip Grey, attempts to make radio contact with Simon from his car parked by the gates of the house. The following night Templar arranges to meet Grey in the grounds of the house, but he is intercepted as he climbs the wall of the house.

THE BARON: Farewell to Yesterday (Leslie Norman: September 1965)
As he drives home from London Airport in his Mini Robert Rawson is suddenly taken violently ill.
Identified by Wyn Roberts, April 2003

THE AVENGERS: Who Was That Man I Saw You With? (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Tara King (Linda Thorson) sneaks past a guard and breaks into the top secret War Room (Hadley Cottage, Hadley Green Road).
Identified by Wyn Roberts, August 2002

Photo: Wyn Roberts

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Obona Affair (Peter Sasdy:??)
Colonel Dyson (Jack Hedley) drops off the ransom money and one of the kidnappers, Michael Wright (Derek Newark), collects it.
Identified by Wyn Roberts, August 2004

O19: Hadley Green Road, Hadley Common

THE CHAMPIONS: The Fanatics (John Gilling 1967)
Following the sound of his motorcycle escort Sharron Macready and Craig Sterling trail Richard Barratt into some parkland.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, August 2007)

O20: Junction Buckettsland Lane, Holmshill Lane and Summerswood Lane

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
Carl (Neil McCarthy) and Alex (Edwin Richfield) realise that someone is cheating when they see a sign for Swingingdale which indicates they are heading away from the village
(Spotted by Sam Denham, August 2007)

O21: Bakers Hill/Hadley Wood Road, Hadley Wood

THE SAINT: The Chequered Flag (Leslie Norman: February 1965)
On the way home from Beau's party, Simon and Catherine Marshall drive to Oscar Newley's workshop in a Rolls Royce (Hadley Common gateway to The Crescent).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, November 2011)

THE BARON: The Maze (Jeremy Summers: June 1966)
John Mannering (Steve Forrest) is driving along a country road in his Jensen when a young girl, Jill Prentice (Judith Arthy), runs in front of his car. She gets into the car and tells Mannering to drive off just as two men, Marsh (Patrick Durkin) and Marvin (John Orchard), appear out of the woods with guns. They shoot at Mannering's Jensen and he drives off the road through a fence as his windscreen shatters. Later Mannering and Cordelia Winfield (Sue Lloyd) are taken by the police, D.I. Walsh (Glynn Edwards) and Det. Sgt. Miller (David Morrell), back to his car, but Mannering claims that this is not where his car left the road. Later Mannering and Cordelia find the spot where the crash took place with a recently repaired fence. Later Mannering and Cordelia walk along golf course to find the path to Crestview House and later still Mannering runs along this path to stop the assassins shooting the General

THE BARON: The Man Outside (Roy Baker: September 1966)
Douglas McKrae (Donald Douglas) nearly crashes his car when his tyre blows out on a narrow Scottish road. As he is changing his tyre a car pulls up carrying Bruno Orsini (David Bauer), Dino Rossi (Paul Maxwell), Vince Florio (Michael Coles) and Philip Tremayne (Jeremy Burnham). The occupants of the car try to get McKrae to move. An argument is about to start when McKrae recognises Bruno Orsini. This leads to the men in the car attacking McKrae and arranging his death in a fake motor accident.
(Thanks to Alan Field, Geoff Dodd and Keith Howard, October 2008)

THE CHAMPIONS: The Fanatics (John Gilling 1967)
Sharron Macready (Alexandra Bastedo) and Craig Sterling (Stuart Damon) follow Richard Barratt (William Gaunt) and his escort. Croft (Gerald Harper) has laid a explosive device in the road and detonates it as the vehicles approach. He guns down the escort and guards and frees Richard. They both escape in a waiting helicopter before Sharron and Craig can react. The helicopter lands where Anderson (Julian Glover) is waiting with a car.
(Suggested by Keith Howard, September 2006, confirmed by Geoff Dodd)

THE CHAMPIONS: Twleve Hours (Robert Asher: Late 1967)
 A Royal Navy van is ambushed and hi-jacked with the bomb on board by a gang led by Martin Vedel (Alexis Chesnakov).

THE CHAMPIONS: Reply Box No. 666 (Cyril Frankel: 1968/67)
Craig Sterling (Stuart Damon) return to his car after a walk with his girlfriend in the country. As she gets into the car she notices that her wrist watch is missing. Craig, using his extraordinary powers, listens for the ticking of the watch and is able to find it.

DEPARTMENT S: The Trojan Tanker (Ray Austin: Summer 1968)
Just outside Paris - In the middle of the night a courting couple Eccles (Michael Balfour) and his girlfriend (Penny Bird) cause a tanker wagon to crash. The tanker is found to have a hidden compartment. Later two motorcyclists, pretending to be police officers flag a similar tanker down and attack the driver. Some nights later two real motorcycle officers flag down the truck which has been fitted with another secret compartment.
(Identified by Alan Field, October 2008)

DEPARTMENT S: The Shift That Never Was (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
Kate Mortimer and Douglas Stayte drive towards the Northover Atomic Power Station (Bakers Hill at the junction with Hadley Road).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, December 2006)

DEPARTMENT S: The Man Who Got a New Face (Cyril Frankel 1968)
Travelling along a country road at night Monique Grelle's car is perused by Gerhard in his Citroen. He forces Monique Grelle off the road towards a cliff. Later Emilio Andre drives his Rolls Royce from his house to the appointed spot for the ransom payment. The same night the Department S team race towards the Italian border in order to intercept the blackmailers with Emilio Andre's money. Once they receive a signal from the bug they block the coast road, but Gerhard and Nicole do not stop and drive off the road at speed crashing their car.

THE AVENGERS: Who Was That Man I Saw You With? (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Fairfax (William Marlowe) follows Tara King (Linda Thorson) in her Lotus Europa, to a remote telephone box. He watches with binoculars from his car as Tara removes an envelope from beneath the telephone directories and leaves. Later Steed in his Rolls Royce is lured to the same spot.

DEPARTMENT S: The Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: Spring 1969)
Stuart Sullivan arrives in his Vauxhall at the spot where Jason King has landed with his parachute.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Murder Ain't What It Used To Be! (Jeremy Summers: Summer 1969)
Paul Kirstner (Alan Gifford) recognises a figure in the road as Bugsy Spanio (David Healy) and drives his car straight at him. Susan Kirstner (Sue Gerrard) grabs the wheel and the car comes to a halt off the road.

O22: Barnet Police Station, Barnet Hill, Barnet (rebuilt)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Could You Recognise the Man Again? (Jeremy Summers: Spring 1969)
Jeff and Jeannie go to the local police station to give a statement to Inspector Large about the murder witnessed by Jean.
Identified by Geoff Dodd and ‘Mark O’, on the Britmovie Forum, July 2009

O23: Hill Farm, Oakridge Lane, Radlett

Photo: Martin Cooper

THE AVENGERS: Thingumajig (Leslie Norman: January 1969)
The house where poor old Brett is lying in his trance.
(Identified by Martin Cooper, June 2008)

O24: Summerswood Lane


THE SAINT: The Rough Diamonds (Peter Yates: 1963)
Joe and Ned drive the stolen Continental Armoured Security car to Gatwick Airport to intercept the diamond delivery.

THE SAINT: Jeannine (John Moxey: May 1964)
Madam Chen is robbed by Fouquet in the back of his car as they drive to Paris. Simon Templar has been following in his Volvo and continues to chase the villains after Madam Chen (Jacqui Chan) and Jeannine Roger (Sylvia Simms) are abandoned at the side of the road.

THE SAINT: The Contract (Roger Moore: October 1964)
Farnberg and is hot on the tail of Simon and Mrs Ballinger in the Volvo as they leave Oxford.

THE SAINT: The Smart Detective (John Moxey: February 1965)
Simon Templar races towards the Northbank Yacht club in his Volvo.

THE AVENGERS: Silent Dust (Roy Baker: June 1965)
The Minister's Rolls with Steed aboard drives along Summerswood Lane on the way to Manderley (back projection).

THE AVENGERS: Dead Man's Treasure (Sidney Hayers: June 1967)
As Steed and Penny drive down a hill they find Carl (Neil McCarthy) and Alex’s (Edwin Richfield) Jaguar has broken down. They do not stop to offer any assistance.

THE SAINT: Legacy for the Saint (Roy Ward Baker: Spring 1968) Tony and Charlie are observed leaving the club and are followed by police officers, in a van, posing as telephone engineers. Later the security van with Teal aboard, together with a police motorcycle escort, drive along the lane.

THE SAINT: Where the Money Is (Roger Moore: Summer 1968)
Simon (Roger Moore) is driven blindfold along a road to his meeting with Jenny. A photo taken by his wristwatch camera enables him to retrace his steps later.

THE PROTECTORS: King Con (Jeremy Summers: 1972)
Alan Sutherland (Anton Rogers) follows The Contessa’s Rolls on its way to the races. Cribbs (Ronald Lacey) is waiting at a junction and pulls out causing the Rolls to crash. While the chauffer, Chino (Anthony Chinn), tells Cribbs off, Alan Sutherland (Anton Rogers) consoles The Contessa.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, September 2008)

THE PROTECTORS: Sugar and Spice (Charles Crichton: 1973)
As a party of schoolgirls makes walks along a country lane, Manning (Derek Anders) points out the ‘target’, Vicky (Debbie Russ), to Colson (Phil Woods) whilst inside their car.

O25: Wood Street, Barnet

Photo: Wyn Roberts

THE PROTECTORS: Trial (Charles Crichton: 1973)
Arthur Gordon (Joss Ackland) wanders the streets aimlessly until he sees a billboard stating that the “Standgate Trial” is about to reopen.
Identified by Wyn Roberts, October 2004

O26: Victoria Maternity Hospital, Wood Street, Barnet

THE SAINT: The Master Plan (Leslie Norman: 1967)
Cord Thandel arrives at Welbeck Hospital intent on killing Tony Lane. After the attempted murder Cord escapes down a fire escape to his waiting car. Two hours later the Saint leaves after questioning Tony.
Identified by 'Mark O' of the Britmovie Forum, January 2011

O27: Strangeways Farm, Rowley Lane
Identified with help from Jaz Wiseman, Geoff Dodd and Piers Johnson

Photo: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: Silent Dust (Roy Baker: June 1965)
Steed (Patrick Macnee) is trying to investigate Omrod's farm buildings when he is warned off by Mellors (Conrad Phillips) with a gun. Steed walks away, but doubles back to renew his investigations. As he leaves one of the buildings he is spotted by Melloers who fires at him and chases him into a nearby spinney. Here Steed treads in a gin trap and has to lay low. He eventually collapses. That night Mrs. Peel (Diana Rigg) goes to the farm to search for steed.
(Identified with help from Jaz Wiseman, Geoff Dodd and Piers Johnson)

THE AVENGERS: Man-Eater of Surrey Green (Sidney Hayers: May 1965)
Following the lead of Peterson's cancelled order for oil drilling equipment, Mrs. Peel (Diana Rigg) drives Steed (Patrick Macnee) in her Lotus to the derelict Moat Farm, Denbigh. After exploring the property they find a space capsule and inside a dead astronaut. The military are called in and Commander Dennis (David Hutcheson) briefs Steed. Further investigation reveals an alien seed pod and botanist, Dr. Sheldon (Athene Seyler)is called in as a scientific advisor.
(Identified with help from Jaz Wiseman, Geoff Dodd and Piers Johnson)

O28: Barnet Road/Wagon Road, Bentley Heath

MARK SABER aka THE VISE aka UNCOVERED: Hear No Evil (Ernest Morris: 1958)
Mark Saber drives Barney and Judy to see their new client, Miriam Booth, who lives in a large house on the east coast.
(Confirmed by Geoff Dodd)

O29: Earl's Farm, Earls Road, Ridge

THE AVENGERS: From Venus With Love (Robert Day: October 1966)
Mrs Peel sees a light source in a farm opposite and sets off on foot to investigate (Earl's Farm seen from Deeves Hall Lane).

THE AVENGERS: The Hidden Tiger (Sidney Hayers: January 1967)
It is late at night and Mrs Peel looks across the fields to the Chippenham manor Experimental Husbandry Farm and sees that the lights are still on in the laboratory (Earl's Farm seen from Deeves Hall Lane).

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