The church in the background was actual a convent on the corner of Cambridge gardens and Cambridge road, long since gone.
The block of flats is Gloucester House (not sure of the actual spelling) on the junction of Carlton Vale and Cambridge Road. Its still there but now on a round-about.
The distant block is Tollgate House at the northern end of Maida Vale.
When this film was made it was still Kilburn High Road but the address was changed when they built the Hotel.
Pictured is a view, looking up Cambridge road, from the junction of Cambridge place Nw6 (changed to w9 not sure when) towards Kilburn Park station. This piece of the road is now gone to make way for Bronte house, part of the big estate that straddles Kilburn park road.
This is the scene from the film where Vic Dakin , who is in the rover with three others, pulls up outside a laundrette. When they get out they are joined by two others.
They enter through the laundrette and wind up in a disused pub full of TV and Juke boxes. The Pub was called the Shakespeare and the Laundrette used to be a fish and chip shop that was run by Peter Egan’s mother Mary.
C Bradley was a butchers shop.
As you may of guessed This is the area I lived in as a kid.
I went down there today to pick my mum up for the weekend so I had a good look. But I actually remember the film unit being there the scene lasts seconds but the unit was there for a week.