Created on 16 January 2015

More Locations Identified

The information just keeps rolling in:

The Blue Lamp 094 – Paul Alley

Smashing Time 037 – David O’Connor

The Sorcerers 010,011,012 – Martin Kent

Ring of Bright Water 015 and 016 – Carol Holloway

Get Carter 026 - Bill Richardson

Kidnapped – Alasdair Campbell advises that many of the scenes were shot around the Oban area. We seem to have only one screen grab for this film and at least three aficionado's on Oban and the area around. Do you have a copy of that film? Can you supply us with more screen grabs? A good start point to get further involved.

As always, thanks again all for your contribution.


Created on 14 January 2015

Have you sent us pictures?

But not received a reply from us, or they are not on our Site. If so, PLEASE get in touch, as we have found a number carefully filed in our system without any supporting email or message. We will do our best place them in the right spot given the photo reference but we would like to give credit to you. For those that we cannot place we will need your help, so PLEASE get in touch if you have sent in pictures and received no reply, not doing so is not our style! From a more boring administrative point of view we would like to know how they arrived with us.

Created on 09 January 2015

Film Locations Identified

What a wonderful start to the New Year, locations, snippets of background information and touching compliments of support and interest, thank you all. Already after a week there is need for an update list:

Town on Trial 003 – Keith Jowett

Goodnight Mister Tom 034 to 042 – Russ Ketley

Carry on Regardless cr011 – George Dexter

The Challenge 016 to 018 – Neil Rigby

Scandal 032 – Timothy Beecroft

Funeral in Berlin 005 & 006 – Allan Hailstone

Funeral in Berlin 015 to 017 – Amanda Jonkler

All very much appreciated, thank you.

Created on 02 January 2015

Locations Identified

We start 2015 with the first batch of locations that were identified during December. It is good to know that the Site provided a light relief to the stresses of the Season.

The Shuttered Room 001 to 004 – Terry Davis

Vault of Horror 015 – Peter Stanford

Yanks 004 and 014 – Neil Rigby

Funeral in Berlin 006 – Allan Hailstone

Life and Death of Colonel Blimp 008 – Andy Jackson

Carry On Cabby 008a and 008b – Michael Klaw

Personal Affair 005a – David Seabrooke

Thanks to you all.


Created on 08 December 2014

Location Information Update

We have recently received the following location information from keen eyed contributors, with two films mentioned twice!

Deep End 001 - Steve Cook

The Day of the Jackal 038 - Neil Rigby

Comfort and Joy 010 - Paul Cassidy

Comfort and Joy 029 - Rob Reid

Deep End 012 and 013 - Richard Brown

We have also received interesting information regarding the following films:

A Taste of Honey - Peter Bebbington, that can be read at tasho003

Never Let Go - Hazel Brown and that can be read at nl001c

Letter to Brezhnev - Steffan Hughes which can be found in the film page header.

Once again, thank you all for your interest and contribution.



Created on 26 November 2014

Peter's Feat

Peter has been a loyal and enthusiastic supporter of ReelStreets for several years, he has been a keen space filler, constantly and consistently providing the photographs that has helped to promote our site to its place as number one in the world of film and movie location identifiers.

We are probably all nerds, anoraks or some such, and it could be argued, as it has been, that a degree of autism or aspergers is prevalent in our psychological make-up. But then, anyone who has a passion for detail, accuracy, lists or collections is subject to a similar overall diagnosis. Aficionados of locomotive numbers, postage stamps, pharmaceutical research, family historians, investigators and anyone who has a usual or unusual interest in any subject could be so classified. Football and most types of sport, television soaps, and maybe even Agatha Christie, Maeve Binchy and Colin Dexter readers could be included. But the key question here is one of obsession or overwhelming interest. Do the football fans who spent thousands on flights and accommodation to experience the World Cup in Brasil, come into the obsessive category?

So, we need both a sense of proportion, and a sense of humour, Peter obviously has both as his recent foray into North London proved in his submission for Tube Tales. He tells us that he went up and down the escalator at the Piccadilly Line station of Southgate half a dozen times because they, Transport for London, had reversed the direction of travel. The going-down moving staircase was now going-up, and the other one was also going the “wrong” way. See what I mean about a sense of humour?

Peter plodded around the booking hall, and snapped a few more locations. He tells us, 

“Wot a laugh. Outside the station there was a miserable couple selling magazines, so I did a little dance for them. They laughed, a bit too heartily I thought. After a moment or two in a local Wetherspoons I headed back to the tube, and noticed my shoes. No wonder that they laughed."

Peter's Feat

You see what I mean about a sense of humour?

Thanks Peter for your contributions.