This is from the other direction.
Anyone know where the above location (in London) is?
Itís Blenheim Crescent W11, looking west towards Ladbroke Grove (picture 1).
You're a genius. It's changed so much. Even with your link I had to inspect it for a while before I was sure.
How about the above pic? Could be anywhere. I'll post a couple more from the same scene
They end up here. Could it be part of The Bluebell Railway in Sussex?
I wondered about the wayside Halt when I saw the Film a little while back, near the end it's all painted white like the Train!
Methinks it was erected just for the film on a disused branch line probably not far from whatever studio was used in the making of this film, there doesn't seem to be any proper access up to the halt from the road which would be quite steep if there was, though there's a lot of location work throughout this film, made me laugh as I just asked a query about a film with a woman with a shopping basket in it, lo and behold our Olly is in Tesco in the Film doing the very same thing
Originally Posted by SwingingLondon
Yes it is the Bluebell. The road is near Horsted Keynes station, it doesn’t appear to have a name but this is it:
The base of the halt was genuine but the building is fake. It was named Bluebell Halt, and it was built as a temporary terminus in the early days of the Bluebell when British Rail were still using Horsted Keynes.
I don’t know if it’s still there, but there used to be a display of photos in one of the waiting rooms at Horsted, showing the early days of the railway, and one of the pictures was of a white painted train at a white halt.
I really, really didn't expect anyone to locate that railway bridge. I'm speechless.
Maybe this is the pic you're talking about
This is the same location, facing the other way. Alan?
Might be in The City...the street signs look 'City-ish'.
The last one could be Hatton Garden
Originally Posted by mariocki
I don't know where it is though the first pic is obviously real, but there's a look of a constructed film-set about pic 2........or maybe it's just me thinking that way?
If it can be located I'll happily take a 'now' pic when next in area
I agree. The road surface looks very clean, especially after a car crash. Where are the tyre marks on the road like there are in the picture above it? An ultra clean road and pavement usually indicate a studio set.Originally Posted by Mark O
There was a Jays Jewellers on Hatton Garden but looking at Street View it's not on a corner, unless they've moved along the street.
Here's another (Rather horrid pic, sorry) from the same location.
From # 18 you can make out that there was a car park there built on what must have been a bomb site which almost definetely would have been developed by now.
From #19 you can see that it was a genuine location.