It looks like Great Cumberland Place, London W1...which has been completely rebuilt since then, as have many of the surrounding houses.
But I'm not sure at all.
I suppose these houses could have survived to now but that's all you see of the church spire I'm afraid.
SwingingLondon, you could be on the right track, the second photo shows a two-storey bay house in the background, this could be the Glynne Court Hotel across Upper Berkeley Street and the fenestration of the corner house and first floor metal work balcony looks the same as today.
Thanks to SwingingLondon, Anthony McKay (for his reassurance), Tavistock for his observations and marty for the aerial view. It's nice to know that the crescent was repaired, rather than demolished, after the war damage. In the film the back of this house has a view of Queen Caroline Street and Hammersmith Bridge!
This pub is supposed to be in Manchester, and perhaps it is but I imagine it's probably west London.
Looks like The Orchard in Ruislip
Last edited by DocRobertPepper; 12-07-12 at 07:03 PM.
Many thanks, DocRobertPepper, but isn't it a pity that the place looks so awful now? It sure looked warm and inviting in the 1950s. Thanks again.
Think its the new parts at the front that hide the really nice building behind it