FILM : Waterloo Road
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Waterloo Road 1945 John Mills, Stewart Granger, Alistair Sim Waterloo, London
Director : Sidney Gilliat   Production Company : Gainsborough Pictures  Region : LONDON T-Z

A soldier whose wife is enamoured of a petty crook absents himself to settle matters.

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Waterloo Road [1945] [DVD]

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Waterloo Road - This could be any one of a number of streets to the west of Waterloo Road, London, SE.
Waterloo Road

wtr001. This could be any one of a number of streets to the west of Waterloo Road, London, SE.

Waterloo Road - Impressive, but didn't this signal box (?) not appear elsewhere? In the Blue Lamp perhaps? Or was it
Waterloo Road

wtr002. Impressive, but didn't this signal box (?) not appear elsewhere? In the Blue Lamp perhaps? Or was it "Secret Place"? Definitely Waterloo. This is all around the back of the old LCC County Hall, the signal box was on the side of the now unused Eurostar train station. Roy Barnacle.... same as pici005, noticed by Greg

Waterloo Road - Waterloo Station, London SE.
Waterloo Road

wtr003. Waterloo Station, London SE.

Waterloo Road - Waterloo Station, London SE.
Waterloo Road

wtr003a. Waterloo Station, London SE.

wtr003an. What ever happened to that distinctive wood and metalwork? (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 19-02-2014)

Waterloo Road - Waterloo station from the wrong side of the tracks.
Waterloo Road

wtr004. Waterloo station from the wrong side of the tracks.

Waterloo Road - A steel bridge, a railway bridge with the old
Waterloo Road

wtr005. A steel bridge, a railway bridge with the old "Shot Tower" in the distance which was demolished for the Festival Of Britain in 1951. Roy Barnacle believes that Somerset House is also seen in the distance, across the river.

Waterloo Road - Karl confirms that this is the viaduct over Addington Street SE1, which is just north of the Signal Box seen in image wtr002.
Waterloo Road

wtr005a. Karl confirms that this is the viaduct over Addington Street SE1, which is just north of the Signal Box seen in image wtr002.

Waterloo Road - Lots of Lambeth still like this. Is that a tower block in the distance? The development near the Elephant and Castle?
Waterloo Road

wtr006. Lots of Lambeth still like this. Is that a tower block in the distance? The development near the Elephant and Castle?

Waterloo Road - Lots of Lambeth still like this. Is that a tower block in the distance? The development near the Elephant and Castle?
Waterloo Road

wtr006a. Lots of Lambeth still like this. Is that a tower block in the distance? The development near the Elephant and Castle?

Waterloo Road - Is this, was this Canterbury Road, the other way round to pic 007b?
Waterloo Road

wtr007a. Is this, was this Canterbury Road, the other way round to pic 007b?

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