The following principal filming locations were used:
|The Grand Hotel
The Grand Hotel was a rather seedy, down-market bed-and-breakfast hotel on a quiet residential street in Birmingham. It was aimed at mainly at commercial travellers who wanted somewhere cheap to stay for the odd night. It was also used by the local council for temporarily housing homeless people.
Real Location: 235 Highfield Road, Washwood Heath, Birmingham
Photograph © Rod Carey, 2007
The building is now boarded-up and in a dilapidated state.
The Pondorosa was a Portacabin in a field that Ken rented. He had erected a makeshift greenhouse with a view to using the land as a market garden for growing flowers and vegetables.
Real Location: Field opposite Longmore Farm, Chaddesley Corbett,
Photograph © Martin Underwood, 2004
Ken’s Portacabin was roughly where the large clump of thistles is, behind the right-hand gatepost.
The Coaching Inn was a distinctly more prestigious hotel than The Grand: secluded setting up a long drive, plush carpets, impressive oak staircase. It attracted a wealthier class of guest and was also used for functions such as weddings (“Fiddler Under the Roof”) and barbecues (“Smokey And The Band”).
Ken set up his motorcycle courier firm, Texas Rangers, operating out of the stables and lived in the flat above the office.
Pictures needed: entrance, desk/staircase, stables
Real Location: Berrow Court Hotel,
Berrow Drive, Westfield Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3UB
Berrow Court Hotel is a brick-built, Victorian mansion, in the “arts and crafts” style, and is a Grade II Listed Building. It was once the home of the distinguished politician Joseph Chamberlain, father of wartime prime minister Neville Chamberlain. In the 1940s it was an opulent hotel but later it became a private house. Its eccentric owner, George Morris, died in 1987 – “Fiddler Under The Roof” is dedicated to his memory. After his death, the house fell into disrepair until its lease was bought by Geoff and Jan Lewis in 1993, when extensive renovation work began. It is now used as a venue for wedding receptions.
This information and the photographs come from: “Our House”, Carlton Select, 28 July 1998. I’m grateful for additional information that was supplied by James Lewis who now runs Berrow Court.
The following photos were taken by Fitzyt.
Photographs © Fitzyt, 2009
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|The Plaza Suite
The Plaza Suite was a plain, flat-roofed ballroom with a large parquet dance-floor. It was used for dances (“Banbury Blue” and “Beef Encounter”), weddings (“Topspin”) and even a domino-toppling event (“The Fall And Rise Of The Bowman Empire”) and a religious meeting (“One Reborn Every Minute”).
When Ken and Margaret started BDI (Boon-Daly Investigations), they needed
an office. Harry was finding that The Plaza Suite wasn’t making as much money
as he expected so he was only too happy to supplement his income by renting
one of the offices to BDI.
Pictures needed: exterior, interior
Real Location: Tower Ballroom, Reservoir Road, Edgbaston
Photographs © Fitzyt, 2009
These photos show the Tower Ballroom with the embankment on the right and the reservoir on the left. Rocky ran along the embankment dressed as Dorothy North in “Topspin” to distract the photographers, allowing Dorothy to escape. I have merged two of Fitzyt’s photos to produce the second picture.
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Woodcote Park was a large stone mansion in extensive grounds, used as a hotel
and country club.
Pictures needed: exterior, interior, stable yard (car: “In It For The Monet”).
Real Location: Barnby Manor, Long Lane, Barnby in the Willows, Newark
Investigations, 4 Royal Hill, Nottingham
Ken rented a small first-floor office in Nottingham city centre, just up the road from the Castle.
Photograph © Martin Underwood, 1999
The section of building to the left of the white arched doorway which was used as the Boon Investigations office has now been rebuilt. The pale blue door of Boon Investigations used to be where the nearest window and the black box on the pavement are in the present-day picture. The building is now owned by a firm of architects.
(CBS), Unit 1, Trent Wharf, Blackstone, Nottingham [also used in Series 6 and
The offices of Crawford-Boon Security were in a small single-storey
brick building on an industrial estate (the fictional Trent Wharf in the
equally fictional suburb of Blackstone) close to a canal basin (Trent
Basin) just off the River Trent. The white-wrought iron bridge over the
entrance to the canal basin featured in the opening titles of Series 5.
CBS also owned a warehouse opposite the office, which was used for
storing a consignment of rabbits in “Burning
Pictures needed: CBS sign, outside, Harry’s office, Ken’s narrowboat (Chaste Tramp)
Real Location: British Waterways buildings, Trent Basin, Trent Lane (off Daleside
Road), Colwick, Nottingham: on north bank of Trent, east of Lady Bay Bridge
Photographs © Martin Underwood, 1998; Garry Coutts, 2009; Gary Coutts, 2009; Gary Coutts, 2009
The British Waterways site was owned by Leggett Freightways at the time when Boon was filmed. In the title sequence for Series 5, Ken can be seen standing between two Leggett trucks. In the 10 years since I took my picture of the bridge from the opposite side of the Trent, it has lost its staircases and become an “unsafe structure”.
The original doorway to the CBS office is the dark blue one towards the left-hand end of the building. An additional brown doorway has since been inserted to the right of this. The building was owned by a firm of printers but then became disused.
As of 2014, the area has been redeveloped and the CBS office has been demolished.
|The Drum [also used
in Series 6 and 7]
The Drum was a small suburban pub close to the CBS offices where Ken, Harry,
Rocky and Laura often went for a drink to discuss their cases.
Pictures needed: outside, inside
Photographs © Martin Underwood, 1999
|Series 6 and 7|
|Orchard Cottage, Rookham (Ken’s house)
Orchard Cottage was a dilapidated thatched cottage in the fictitious village of Rookham where Ken lived rent-free in exchange for renovating it for the owners.
The fourth picture shows the mural that Alex got her friend to paint on Ken’s living-room wall in “Minder”.
Real Location: Kings Cote, 10 Loughborough Road, Walton on the Wolds, north-east
of Loughborough, Leicestershire
Photographs © Martin Underwood, 2000; Garry Coutts, 2010
|Opening Titles – Cinema
The opening title sequence for Series 7 shows Ken walking into a cinema where Harry is selling sweets and Rocky is an usher. As he walks into auditorium, six other Kens turn round to glare at the late-comer. On the screen he sees excerpts from the title sequences of Series 1–6.
Pictures needed: outside, inside
Real Location: Scala Cinema, Market Place, Ilkeston
Photographs © Garry Coutts, 2009
|Location in “Boon”||Real Location|
|“Unto Us Four A Son”||1.5||Museum where Ken takes Daniel Greenaway||Coventry Motorcycle Museum, Coventry|
|“Wheels Of Fortune”||2.6||Railway station at which Phyllis Nichols arrives||Moor Street Station, Birmingham|
|“Trudy’s Grit”||2.9||Holmhead (Lord Alderley’s mansion)||Swinfen Hall Hotel, Swinfen, Lichfield|
|“A Fistful Of Pesetas”||2.10||Birmingham Airport||Birmingham Airport|
|“Topspin”||3.3||Winson Green Prison||Winson Green Prison, Birmingham|
|“Topspin”||3.3||Texas Rangers office||Dorset Road, Smethwick, Birmingham1|
|“The Devil You Know”||3.9||Gerald Neale’s hotel||Grafton Manor, Grafton Lane, Bromsgrove|
|“The Devil You Know”||3.9||?||Penn Hall, Vicarage Road, Penn, Wolverhampton|
|“Walking Off Air”||4.1||Sherwood Sound radio studio – interior||Leicester Sound radio studio, Granville House, Granville Road, Leicester|
|“Walking Off Air”||4.1||Sherwood Sound Telethon||Castle Green, Nottingham Castle, Castle Road, Nottingham|
|“Of Meissen Men”||4.4||Geoff and Marion meet at a deserted quarry||Mountsorrell Granite Quarry, Mountsorrell, Leicestershire|
|“In It For The Monet”||4.7||Nottingham University||Nottingham University, University Park, Nottingham|
|“Do Not Forsake Me”||4.8||Nottingham Railway Station||Nottingham Railway Station, Carrington Street, Nottingham|
|“Love Letters From A Dead Man”||4.9||Mrs Lake retrieves the money from the hotel room||Stakis Victoria Hotel, Milton Street, Nottingham|
|“Love Letters From A Dead Man”||4.9||Laura and Cochrane leave the cinema||Birkbeck House steps, Burton Street, Nottingham|
|“Love Letters From A Dead Man”||4.9||Bicycle race||Old Market Square, Nottingham|
|“Love Letters From A Dead Man”||4.9||Laura meets Cochrane and receives flowers from him||Nottingham Playhouse, Wellington Circus, Nottingham|
|“Big Game Hunt”||4.10||Ken meets Vincent Brack||London Road Station, Nottingham (disused)|
|“Big Game Hunt”||4.10||Nottingham Railway Station||Nottingham Railway Station, Carrington Street, Nottingham|
|“Don’t Buy From Me, Argentina”||4.11||Crown Bridge Auction Room||Neales Auctioneers, Mansfield Road, Nottingham|
|“All In A Day’s Pork”||4.12||Sandford Pork||Pork Farms, Queens Drive, Nottingham|
|“The Eyes Of Texas”||4.13||“Hugo’s” nightclub||RKO Media and Sports Bar, Masonic Place, Goldsmith St, Nottingham|
|“The Eyes Of Texas”||4.13||Hospital||City Hospital, Hucknall Road, Sherwood, Nottingham|
|“The Eyes Of Texas”||4.13||Windmill where Rebecca Paterson shoots her husband||Greens Mill and Science Museum, Windmill Lane, Sneinton, Nottingham|
|“The Eyes Of Texas”||4.13||Police Station||The Shire Hall2, High Pavement, Nottingham|
|“The Eyes Of Texas”||4.13||Ken walks off in despair after seeing Rebecca Patterson arrested for murdering her husband (end credits)||St Mary’s Gate, Lace Market, Nottingham|
|“Tales From The River Bank”||5.2||Ken meets Mrs Walters at a pub||The Steamboat Inn, Trent Lock, Lock Lane, Long Eaton, Derbyshire|
|“Tales From The River Bank”||5.2||The final showdown: Ken, Harry, DS Speed and Mrs Walters confront Hobson and Losely||The Hook Recreation Ground, Trent Bridge, Nottingham (opposite CBS office)|
|“Tales From The River Bank”||5.2||Police station stairway (exterior)||Albany Hotel, Mount Street, Nottingham|
|“Rival Eyes”||5.3||Upper Ridley (Harry’s house, Sylvia Clayborough’s fish van)||School Lane, Colston Basset, Nottinghamshire|
|“Rival Eyes”||5.3||O’Rourke’s builders yard||198 Loughborough Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham|
|“Rival Eyes”||5.3||Derelict mansion where Bernadette is squatting||Wiverton Hall, Tithby, Nottinghamshire|
|“A Night At The Ballet”||5.4||Theatre Royal – ballet||Theatre Royal, Theatre Square, Nottingham|
|“A Night At The Ballet”||5.4||Hotel where Jan and Peter are staying||Rutland Square Hotel, St James Street, Nottingham|
|“A Night At The Ballet”||5.4||Eckford and Kelp try to shoot Jan and Peter||“Tales Of Robin Hood” exhibition, Maid Marian Way, Nottingham|
|“Work, Rest & Play”||5.5||Nottingham Forest football ground||Nottingham Forest football ground, Pavilion Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham|
|“Work, Rest & Play”||5.5||Nottingham Forest training ground||Nottingham Forest training ground, Trent Fields, Holme Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham|
|“Work, Rest & Play”||5.5||Knight’s (solicitor’s) office||7 Musters Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham|
|“Work, Rest & Play”||5.5||Prison where football match takes place||HMP Nottingham Prison, Perry Road, Nottingham|
|“Bully Boys”||5.6||Greg Willis’s school||Nottingham High School, Arboretum Road, Nottingham|
|“Bully Boys”||5.6||Hotel where James Marian is staying||Stakis Victoria Hotel, Milton Street, Nottingham|
|“Bully Boys”||5.6||College where Geraldine Watters is studying||People’s College, Maid Marian Way, Nottingham|
|“Bully Boys”||5.6||Car park where James Marian is kidnapped by Harry’s friends||Trinity Square car park, Nottingham|
|“The Belles of St. Godwalds”||5.7||Nightclub where Perry takes Justina||ISIS nightclub, Redfield Way, Lenton, Nottingham|
|“The Belles of St. Godwalds”||5.7||Ken enquires about Perry||Rutland Stores, Rutland Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham|
|“The Belles of St. Godwalds”||5.7||Harry and Simon Bradleigh discuss security arrangements||Victoria Embankment Memorial Gardens, Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|“The Belles of St. Godwalds”||5.7||Pub where Perry meets Hester McCullock||Trent Bridge Inn, Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|“The Belles of St. Godwalds”||5.7||Perry watches Hester deliver the baguette which conceals the map||Sainsbury’s, Castle Marina Park, Nottingham|
|“Burning Ambition”||5.8||Hotel where Lorraine Simpson works||Garden Court Holiday Inn, Castle Marina Park, Nottingham|
|“Burning Ambition”||5.8||House where Liz and Lorraine Simpson live||Wilford Crescent East, The Meadows, Nottingham|
|“Burning Ambition”||5.8||Nottingham Railway Station||Nottingham Railway Station, Carrington Street, Nottingham|
|“Burning Ambition”||5.8||Police station where Ken is questioned||The Shire Hall2, High Pavement, Nottingham|
|“Burning Ambition”||5.8||White Post Farm Centre – where Ken, Harry, Laura and Rocky take the rabbits||White Post Modern Farm Centre, Mansfield Road, Farnsfield, Nottinghamshire|
|“Undercover”||5.9||Victor Howells is released from prison||HMP Nottingham Prison, Perry Road, Nottingham|
|“Undercover”||5.9||Garden where Rocky and Laura watch Victor Howells||Victoria Embankment Gardens, Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|“Undercover”||5.9||Cafe where Rocky and Laura take Victor Howells for his first meal since getting out of prison||Cafe, Victoria Embankment, Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|“Undercover”||5.9||Bikers’ cafe where Ken meets Joe, Mo and Lolita||Daleside Cafe, Daleside Road, Nottingham|
|“Undercover”||5.9||Steve McLaughlin’s workshop||Ruddington army base (disused), Ruddington, Nottinghamshire|
|“Daddy’s Girl”||5.10||P P Mackay Bridalwear||Leespoint House, Broadway, Lace Market, Nottingham|
|“Daddy’s Girl”||5.10||Antiques shop||Castle Gate, Nottingham|
|“Best Left Buried”||5.11||Snooker room where Trisha Downey demonstrates her snooker skills||Games Room, Student’s Union, Nottingham Trent University, Shakespeare Street, Nottingham|
|“Best Left Buried”||5.11||Cafe where Bertie meets Fentiman||Next to HMV, Victoria Shopping Centre, Nottingham|
|“Thicker Than Water”||5.12||Nottingham Railway Station||Nottingham Railway Station, Carrington Street, Nottingham|
|“Thicker Than Water”||5.12||“Cairo’s”||“Rosie O’Brien’s Pumphouse”, Pelham Street, Nottingham|
|“Thicker Than Water”||5.12||?||Fothergills Bar/Restaurant, Castle Road, Nottingham|
|“The Tender Trap”||5.13||The Casino||New Castle House, Castle Gate, Nottingham|
|“The Tender Trap”||5.13||J C Rickards Ltd (loan company)||Alleyway between Irish Centre and Castle Boulevard Job Centre, Wilford Street, Nottingham|
|“The Tender Trap”||5.13||Pamela Drake sees Ken watching her||Exchange Arcade Shopping Centre, Nottingham|
|“The Tender Trap”||5.13||Suspension Bridge||Suspension Bridge, opposite Welbeck Road, Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|“The Tender Trap”||5.13||CBS Christmas party||The “Tamar Belle” cruiser, River Trent, Nottingham|
|“Help Me Make It Through The Night”||6.1||Dewar’s Dairies||Co-Op Dairies, Beechdale Road, Apsley, Nottingham (now derelict)|
|“Help Me Make It Through The Night”||6.1||Jaguar Garage||Mann Edgerton Jaguar Centre3, 406 Derby Road, Lenton, Nottingham|
|“Help Me Make It Through The Night”||6.1||Thieves’ hotel||Edwalton Hall Hotel, Village Street, Edwalton, Nottingham|
|“Help Me Make It Through The Night”||6.1||Sports event||Nottingham Watersports Centre, Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham|
|“Two Men In A Vault”||6.2||Unicorn Deposits Ltd||Crookes Healthcare, Lenton Lane, Nottingham|
|“Two Men In A Vault”||6.2||Jeannette Jakes’ hairdresser||Topknot Hair And Beauty, Victoria Embankment, Nottingham|
|“Trial And Error”||6.3||The Court||The Shire Hall2, High Pavement, Nottingham|
|“Trial And Error”||6.3||Rock City||Rock City, 8 Talbot Street, Nottingham|
|“Trial And Error”||6.3||Painted stairwell (Rocky goes to photo studio)||King John’s Arcade, off Bridlesmith Gate, Nottingham|
|“Trial And Error”||6.3||Roundabout on Rocky’s journey to court||Maid Marian Way, Nottingham|
|“Coverup”||6.4||Hospital where Dr Harlon takes Ann Fielding||General Hospital (derelict), The Ropewalk, Nottingham|
|“Coverup”||6.4||Having stolen Harry's Jaguar, Mark and John drive it around the quarry||Mountsorrell Granite Quarry, Mountsorrell, Leicestershire|
|“The Barefaced Contessa”||6.5||Fashion show (opening scene of episode)||Private estate, River Trent, Trent Bridge, Nottingham (just east of CBS Office)|
|“The Barefaced Contessa”||6.5||Kedleston Hall – charity auction||Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire|
|“The Barefaced Contessa”||6.5||Harry follows Isabella||Barclays Bank, 1 Tudor Square, West Bridgford, Nottingham|
|“The Barefaced Contessa”||6.5||Harry gets money from bank so Ken can give it to Isabella||National Westminster Bank, 52 Rectory Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham|
|“Lost On The Range”||6.7||Rocky and Bull look for Batten’s horse||Carvers Rocks, Hartshorne, Derbyshire|
|“Pillow Talk”||6.8||Girls’ school||Nottingham High School, Arboretum Road, Nottingham|
|“Pillow Talk”||6.8||Nottingham Evening News building||Nottingham Evening Post, Forman Street, Nottingham|
|“Pillow Talk”||6.8||Ken goes bowling||AMF Bowling, Barker Gate, Nottingham|
|“Pillow Talk”||6.8||Caroline and Eddie eat in a restaurant||Royal Moat House Hotel, Royal Arcade of Restaurants, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham|
|“Cab Rank Cowboys”||6.9||Power station where first car is stolen||Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station, Ratcliffe-on-Soar, Nottinghamshire|
|“Cab Rank Cowboys”||6.9||Thieves steal Harry’s car from the airport||East Midlands Airport, Castle Donnington, Leicestershire|
|“Cab Rank Cowboys”||6.9||Wayne’s workshop: garage where Rocky is imprisoned||Underneath Collin Street Viaduct, Maltmill Lane, Nottingham|
|“Cab Rank Cowboys”||6.9||Wayne escapes from police||Foot tunnel, Broadmarsh Bus Station, Nottingham|
|“Bad Pennies”||6.11||Stan is released from prison||HMP Nottingham Prison, Perry Road, Nottingham|
|“Bad Pennies”||6.11||Stan phones Gladys from phonebox||Outside Topknot Hair And Beauty, Victoria Embankment, Nottingham|
|“Bad Pennies”||6.11||Stan goes to disco bar||Yate’s Wine Lodge, Long Row West, Nottingham|
|“When Harry Met Janice”||6.12||Roland meets Jack in pub||The Aviary, Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|“Stamp Duty”||6.13||Gran Mulholland takes stamps to be valued||Stamp Centre, Wollaton Street, Nottingham|
|“Stamp Duty”||6.13||Ken and Harry escort Martin Mulholland to Mrs Barratt||Nottingham Railway Station, Carrington Street, Nottingham|
|“MacGuffin’s Transputer”||7.1||Pictel office||Boots Properties Head Office, Hargreaves House, Hanley Street, Nottingham|
|“MacGuffin’s Transputer”||7.1||Alex goes skating||Nottingham Ice Stadium, Lower Parliament Street, Nottingham|
|“Queen’s Gambit”||7.2||Joe Green answers his mobile phone when Harry calls to say that the briefcase has been stolen||Car park, Rock City, 8 Talbot Street, Nottingham|
|“Queen’s Gambit”||7.2||Harry rings CBS from phonebox||Payphone, Victoria Embankment, Nottingham|
|“Queen’s Gambit”||7.2||Big Boys strip show||Rock City, 8 Talbot Street, Nottingham|
|“Walkout”||7.3||Bank where Melanie works||Barclays Bank, 235 Derby Road, Lenton, Nottingham|
|“Walkout”||7.3||Harry follows Rocky through shopping precinct to jewellers||The Square, Beeston, Nottingham|
|“Walkout”||7.3||Melanie waits outside “Chinastar” restaurant||“Gees” Cantonese Restaurant, corner of Wollaton Street and Talbot Street, Nottingham|
|“Deadline”||7.4||Hospital where Christine Pryall is taken||Accident and Emergency Department, Queen’s Medical Centre, University Hospital, Derby Road, Nottingham|
|“Message In A Bottle”||7.6||Farm where Daniel Newsome is being held prisoner||Redhill Farm, Ratcliffe-on-Soar, Nottinghamshire|
|“Message In A Bottle”||7.6||“Sandcastles” referred to in Daniel Newsome’s message in the bottle||Ratcliffe-on-Soar Power Station, Ratcliffe-on-Soar, Nottinghamshire|
|“Message In A Bottle”||7.6||Fishing contest||River Soar, south of Ratcliffe-on-Soar, Nottinghamshire|
|“Message In A Bottle”||7.6||Joseph Newsome hands over briefcase of money in exchange for “the list”||Trent Navigation Inn, Trent Lock, Lock Lane, Long Eaton, Derbyshire|
|“Message In A Bottle”||7.6||Darts match||The Steamboat Inn, Trent Lock, Lock Lane, Long Eaton, Derbyshire|
|“The Sharp End”||7.7||Market where Sarah Blake works||Market Square, Ilkeston, Derbyshire|
|“The Sharp End”||7.7||Allinson’s office at Council Office (interior)||Rushcliffe Borough Council, Civic Centre, Pavilion Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham|
|“The Sharp End”||7.7||The Council Office (exterior)||Nottinghamshire County Council, Trent Bridge House, Fox Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham|
|“Is There Anybody There?”||7.8||Jim Fisk’s ‘haunted’ mansion||Wiverton Hall, Tithby, Nottinghamshire|
|“Minder”||7.9||Eddie is found guilty||The Shire Hall2, High Pavement, Nottingham|
|“Minder”||7.9||?||Nottingham Railway Station, Carrington Street, Nottingham|
|“Minder”||7.9||Alex’s friends work out in gym||City Slickers, Long Row, Nottingham|
|“Minder”||7.9||The safe house where Ken keeps Edward Cameron||village in south Nottinghamshire|
|“Love Or Money”||7.10||Hotel where Eileen and Bob stay – presentation of pools cheque||The Savoy Moathouse Hotel, Mansfield Road, Nottingham|
|“Love Or Money”||7.10||Loan sharks go to cafe||Mum’s Coffee Shop, 57 Boden Street, Nottingham|
|“Love Or Money”||7.10||Eileen Wooley and Lawrence Bird leave to start a new life together||East Midlands Airport, Castle Donnington, Leicestershire|
|“Blackballed”||7.11||Harry is interviewed at police station||The Shire Hall2, High Pavement, Nottingham|
|“Blackballed”||7.11||Chapel, Steen and Jackson meet in the rain to discuss Harry||Trent Memorial Arches, Victoria Embankment, Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|“Blackballed”||7.11||?||Nottingham Railway Station, Carrington Street, Nottingham|
|“Blackballed”||7.11||Harry sits dejectedly in a children’s park||Victoria Embankment, Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|“Whispering Grass”||7.12||Alex and David Kennedy (her boyfriend) walk through the park||Elm Avenue, St. Ann’s, Nottingham|
|“Shot In The Dark”||7.13||Donald and Rebecca Blake’s mansion||Stapleford Park Country House Hotel, Stapleford, Leicestershire|
|“Shot In The Dark”||7.13||Hospital where Ken is taken after being shot||Queen’s Medical Centre, University Hospital, Derby Road, Nottingham|
|“Thieves Like Us”||7.14||Forum Hotel – interiors||Makeney Hall Hotel, Makeney Road, Makeney, Derbyshire|
1 Noddy and Kim lived in the same house in I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle
2 Now the “Galleries of Justice” exhibition
3 This garage also issued the registration plate A65 FRC for Harry’s Jaguar
Text © Martin Underwood, 2000
Many of the locations in Nottingham were researched by Gary Leeke.
Pictures © Central Independent Television plc, 1986-1992; Carlton Select, 1998; Martin Underwood, 1998-2004; Rod Carey 2007; Garry Coutts 2009
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