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du001. Downing Street, London. The little house at the end has been rebuilt.
du001n. Best I could do: one can't even stick a camera through the security gates. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 13-11-2013)
du002. Looks like a portside building with a crane or gantry sticking out of the wall.
du003. Senate House, London University.
du003n. This 'now' picture was taken by Angela Shrieves. Originally added 19/03/2011. (Modern Photo Added: 13-11-2013)
du004. A town in south east England.
du004n. Holden drives down Church Street, Twickenham. The shops at this end have altered over the years, and the white building on the corner has gone, but the sloping roof-line in the middle distance remains. This location is a short walk from the quayside in du006a/b. Robin Brooks. Originally added 19/03/2011. (Modern Photo Added: 13-11-2013)
du005. Holden Motors, wider shot.
du005n. The camera follows Holden's car as it turns into Church Lane and parks. The garage itself has gone, replaced by Flood Lane, but the house next door with the bowed front remains, now painted white. Robin Brooks. (Modern Photo Added: 19-03-2011)
du005a. Holden Motors, SE England.
du005b. The corner of Holden's Motors.
du005bn. This is roughly where Holden enters his garage. Just visible at the bottom of Church Lane is the Thames. Robin Brooks. Originally added 25/03/2011. (Modern Photo Added: 13-11-2013)
du006a. A riverside, with houses. Opposite Eel Pie Island on the Thames near Twickenham claims Robin Brooks. The location was also seen in 'A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square' and 'Fool's Gold: The Story of the Brink's-Mat Robbery'.
du006an. Charles Foreman and his wife leave the pub. Although never seen from the outside in the movie, it was the Queens Head Hotel on the Embankment opposite Eel Pie Island at Twickenham. It is now called The Barmy Arms. The bollards have been moved, but the hedge remains, as does the section of wall directly behind the couple. Robin Brooks. Originally added 19/03/2011. (Modern Photo Added: 13-11-2013)
du006b. Same place, panning a bit.
du006bn. The camera follows the couple as they walk towards the Thames. The building in the background was called Champions Wharf, but has since been demolished and is now an ornamental garden. Robin Brooks. Originally added 19/03/2011. (Modern Photo Added: 13-11-2013)
du006c. The couple stop and talk. Eel Pie Island in the background.
du006cn. The railings remain, as does one of the old mooring posts. Robin Brooks. (Modern Photo Added: 19-03-2011)