R1: Rowley Lane/Rowley Green Road junction (redeveloped), Arkley
5138'51.12"N, 014'22.43"W

THE AVENGERS: Something Nasty in the Nursery (James Hill: March 1967)
Dobson is chased into the house of General Wilmot, Arkley Bank, by a menacing figure in a wheel chair.

DEPARTMENT S: Handicap Dead (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Mrs Lynne races her car to Colindale Golf Course to see Johnnie Collins tee off.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Debt Collectors (Leslie Norman: )
Simon races after the car carrying the kidnapped Jimmy as they leave the racing circuit.

DEPARTMENT S: The Last Train to Redbridge (John Gilling: 1968)
Annabelle (Rosemary Nicols), in her Vauxhall, follows Clark (Derek Newark) and his driver (Harvey Hall), in their Vauxhall, to the headquarters of Chymrochron as they deliver a tape to Draper. After her first day posing as a secretary Annabelle leaves the offices and is met by Sullivan also in a Vauxhall.

RETURN OF THE SAINT: The Diplomat’s Daughter (Charles Crichton: 1978)
Simon Templar riding his bike, ST2, races after Marie who is driving his Jaguar.

R2: Willow House, 38 Totteridge Common, Totteridge

H. G. WELLS' INVISIBLE MAN: Secret Experiment (Pennington Richards: 1958)
The invisible Peter Brady is dropped off by Diane (Lisa Daniely) at Crompton's house and sneaks inside when Crompton (Michael Goodliffe) opens the door. Diane returns later to find Brady. Brady arrives at the house in Sir Charles' car and enters, Crompton dashes from the house as the police arrive with Diane.

THE SAINT: The Miracle Tea Party (Roger Moore: March 1964)
The Saint arrives in his Volvo at Aunt Hattie's house. Dr. Sandberg notices the car when he takes Geraldine McLeod home and later returns to kidnap her.

THE SAINT: The Saint Steps In (John Gilling: March 1964)
Simon drives Madeline, in his Volvo, to Calvin Grey's house after the Professor fails to answer their telephone calls.

THE SAINT: The Portrait of Brenda (John Gilling: Summer 1968)
Simon Templar goes to the address given in the mysterious letter and observes a postman (Harry Littlewood) delivering the post.

R3: Totteridge Village, Totteridge
5137'56.46"N, 012'0.98"W

DANGER MAN: Whatever Happened to George Foster (Don Chaffey March 1964)
John Drake pays a visit to Peter Jones’ home village and talks to the local clergyman.

DANGER MAN: Colony Three (Don Chaffey: July 1964)
Richardson (Peter Arne) shows Janet Wells (Catherine Woodville), John Drake (Patrick McGoohan) and James Randall (Glyn Owen) around the church (St. Andrew's Church) where Alan Bayliss is buried. Richardson takes the opportunity to tell Janet that she will be filling Bayliss' position.

GIDEON'S WAY: The Housekeeper (Leslie Norman: 1965)
Electrician, Ralph Maricut (Harry Fowler) arrives at the home of Mr. Henderson (Devoran House, Lime Grove - redeveloped). to do some work and finds him dead in the bath. He runs to a neighbour’s house to use the telephone. Martha Smallwood (Kay Walsh) arrives back at the house later that day to find the police waiting.
Mrs Warren (Kay Walsh) leaves Percy Whitehead’s house (Prestwood, Lime Grove - redeveloped). After a walk in the park Percy Whitehead (Oliver Johnson) arrives home. Mrs Warren arrives one day to find the police questioning all the single aged men in the area. The postman (Richard Davies) is suspicious of Mrs Warren’s reaction the next time he sees her. Later, Detective Superintendent Warr (John Dearth), Commander Gideon (John Gregson) and Detective Chief Inspector David Keen (Alexander Davion) arrive in a police car to follow up a report from the local constable.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, January 2024)

THE SAINT: The Fiction Makers (Roy Baker: June 1966)
Warlock's car drives past Long Pond as he takes Simon to visit Hermetico.


THE SAINT: The Time to Die (Roy Baker: April 1968)
Simon arrives in his Volvo at the address he has been given by Charlie Mason. He finds that he has been expected (Northbank, Totteridge Lane, demolished and redeveloped as 138 and 138a).
(Identified by Jeff Watson of the Behind the Camera Facebook page, August 2023)

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: It's Supposed to be Thicker Than Water (Leslie Norman: Autumn 1968)
Jeff drops Fay Cracken off at her hotel, The Orange Tree public house.

RANDALL AND HOPKIRK [DECEASED]: Whoever Heard of a Ghost Dying? (Ray Austin: Late 1968)
Jeff's car follows Hellingworth's car to Marty's graveyard and passes the gates of Pembury.

THE AVENGERS: Requiem (Don Chaffey: January 1969)
Tara (Linda Thorson) is taken by Major Firth (John Cairney), Jill (Kathja Wyeth) and Lieutenant Barrett (Mike Lewin) to the church where Mother's funeral is taking place (St. Andrew's Church).


R4: St. Mary's Abbey, The Ridgeway, Highwood Hill

DEPARTMENT S: The Double Death of Charlie Crippen (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
The villain's van, followed by Stewart, Jason and Annabelle, drive past on the way to the president's mansion.

R5: Nan-Clark's Lane, Highwood Hill

photos: Geoff Dodd

The Barn, Nan-Clark's Lane

photo: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: My Wildest Dream (Robert Fuest: March 1968)
Steed and Tara arrive at Winthrop's cottage in Steed’s yellow Rolls Royce after a tip-off.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, September 2009)

Highwood Park House, Nan-Clark's Lane

THE SAINT: The Damsel in Distress (Peter Yates: Aug/Sep 1964)
The Vila Di Milo, where Guiseppe Rolfieri is in hiding near Florence.

THE SAINT: The Spanish Cow (John Gilling: April 1965)
The Saint's Volvo visits Donna Luisa's villa in the South of France.

THE BARON: Long Ago and far Away (Robert Asher: March 1966)
John Mannering arrives at the villa of Ramon Petrarca looking for Petrarca and Cordelia.

THE BARON: Time To Kill (Jeremy Summers: May 1966)
Christine leaves the house of Justo Vitale Christine in his white Jaguar

THE SAINT: Locate and Destroy (Leslie Norman: July 1966)
Simon goes to visit Coleman's villa to investigate the man who's life he has saved. Coleman (John Barrie) sees Simon off when Karsh (Victor Beaumont) arrives with news for Coleman. Instead of leaving Simon parks his car in the grounds of the house and waits for Coleman and Karsh to leave in a Jeep before breaking into the house.

THE SAINT: When Spring is Sprung (Jim O'Connolly: 1967)
Simon Templar is forced to drive to a villa near Nice by Joanne Dell. It is here that he meets Colonel Hannerly.

THE AVENGERS: Who's Who??? (John Moxey: April 1967)
Tulip (Peter Reynolds) soon arrives at The Manor House, Hambledon after spotting Steed’s car (parked outside the entrance to The Barn).  Doctor V Krelmar’s home, The Manor House, Hambledon. From inside the house Steed and Mrs Peel watch as Lola parks the Lotus Elan by Steed’s Bentley and makes her way towards the house. Mrs Peel, posing as Lola, fetches Basil back to the house in her Lotus and soon afterwards Major B’s men arrive in their car. After escaping from Tulip in the Bentley, the transformed Steed and Mrs Peel escape drive out of London pursued by Tulip in his car, They manage to shake him off in the winding country lanes.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, September 2009)

DEPARTMENT S: The Treasure Of The Costa Del Sol (John Gilling: September 1968)
Helen is followed to Camilo's house by Jason King who is then chased off the grounds by a guard dog. The following day Stuart and Annabel go to the house posing as American tourists.

JASON KING: A Deadly Line in Digits (Jeremy Summers: 1970)

JASON KING: Wanna Buy a Television Series? (Roy Ward Baker: 1970)
Jason King follows the young man as he drives his Land Rover from the bar across the Greek island to Umberto Bellini's villa. Later that night Jason breaks into the villa. The following day Bellini and Jason are watched as they go to check on the hidden loot buried nearby.

INSPECTOR MORSE: Greeks Bearing Gifts (Paul Wheeler: 1990)
Morse (John Thaw) goes to visit Digby Tuckerman at his home, but he meets Mrs Tuckerman (Rosalind March) in the indoor pool instead. Tuckerman (James Hazeldine) arrives later and is interviewed by Morse about the two murders.

JONATHAN CREEK: The Curious tale of Mr Spearfish (1999)

R6: Junction of Barnet Road and Rowley Green Road, Arkley

DEPARTMENT S: The Duplicated Man (Paul Dickson: Spring 1969)
As Annabelle Hurst makes her way to see Mrs Harvey at the 'Lucy Williams Home' for retired gentlewomen she is followed by two Russian agents.

R7: The Gate, Barnet Road

DEPARTMENT S: Handicap Dead (John Gilling: Summer 1969)
Mrs Lynne races past the pub on her way to Colindale Golf Course to see Johnnie Collins tee off.

R8: Normandy Avenue, Barnet

THE CHAMPIONS: The Ghost Plane (John Gilling: July 1967)
Craig Sterling (Stuart Damon), one of the Champions, prevents a delivery van running over a group of children when its breaks fail.

THE CHAMPIONSThe Fanatics (John Gilling: July 1967)
Craig Sterling (Stuart Damon), one of the Champions, prevents a delivery van running over a group of children when its breaks fail.

R9: Totteridge Lane, Barnet
5138'0.74"N, 012'39.87"W

RETURN OF THE SAINT: Collision Course Part One: The Brave Goose (Cyril Frankel: 1978)
Simon Templar (Ian Ogilvy) gives Annabel West (Gayle Hunnicutt) a lift back to her home in his Jaguar after the inquest. Later that day Annabel receives some unexpected news from Mr. Franklyn (Wensley Pithy) while Mrs Cloonan (Peggy Thorpe-Bates) serves them tea by the pool.
(Ken Baker and Malcolm Christopher on DVD commentary courtesy of Umbrella Entertainment)

R10: Mill Hill School, The Ridgeway

photo: Geoff Dodd

THE SAINT: The Saint Plays with Fire (Robert S. Baker: 1963)
Simon drives, Jackman, to the inquest into the death of John Kennet.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, September 2007)

R11: Totteridge Park, Totteridge Common (just west of Horseshoe Lane)

photos: Geoff Dodd

THE AVENGERS: Return of the Cybernauts (Robert Day: June 1967)
John Steed arrives in his Bentley at High Pines, Eddington to interview Hunt, the solicitor, Dr. Armstrong's lawyer. Unfortunately Bronson (Frederick Jaeger) is already there with a cybernaut.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, February 2009)

R12: Totteridge Common at the junction with Chestnut Lane

THE SAINT: The Scorpion (Roy Baker: December 1963)
Eddie arrives on his bike at the home of “The Scorpion” (The Scorpion's house had been demolished).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, March 2010)

R13: Hendon Wood Lane

photos: Geoff Dodd

DEPARTMENT S: The Shift That Never Was (John Gilling: Autumn 1968)
Stewart Sullivan and Jason King drive to the Northover Atomic Power Station in the hope of finding Annabelle.
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, July 2010)

DEPARTMENT S: Les Fleurs du Mal (Cyril Frankel: Early 1969)
Weber and his men go in search of Johnny’s secret with Stuart Sullivan in tow. They find themselves close to Per le Chaise cemetery. The police are not far behind with Jason and Annabelle (footage filmed at same time as above).
(Identified by Geoff Dodd, July 2010)

R14: 'Lorraine' (Hyver Manor), Hyver Hill, Sterling Corner

THE VISE: Cross Channel (Ernest Morris: 1955)
The Coleman hotel.

MARK SABER aka THE VISE aka UNCOVERED: Hear No Evil (Ernest Morris: 1958)
The home of the invalid Miriam Booth which she shares with her relations.

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