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cor001. Sir John Rowan (Peter Cushing) arrives at a wild 60's party with his partner Lynn Nolan (Sue Lloyd). Holland Park Mews, London W11 identified by Simon James.
cor001n. These mews houses are very similar. Fortunately the double utility doors under the steps gave it away. The wild party is next door at 50, Holland Park Mews. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 18-07-2013)
cor002. Sir John and Lynn return home by taxi.... I reckon Eaton Place. SJ
cor003n. Still Eaton Place, SW1. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 02-03-2013)
cor004. Sir John carries the luggage as he follows Lynn to the front door.
cor004n. And we swing round to find 21, Eaton Place, SW1. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 02-03-2013)
cor005. Sir John and Lynn take a break to the south coast. Cuckmere in the South Downs National Park, East Sussex found by Steve Cook.
cor005n. To the right of the coastguard cottages. The now demolished coastguard lookout was also seen in 'On The Double'. SD (Modern Photo Added: 19-07-2016)
cor006. The couple arrive at their seaside retreat.
cor006n. Coastguard cottages, Cuckmere, East Sussex located by Steve Cook. The world famous cottages are most often photographed against the background of the Seven Sisters. SD (Modern Photo Added: 19-07-2016)
cor007. The pair relax in the garden overlooking the English Channel.
cor007n. As suspected by John Tunstill and confirmed by Steve Cook, the Seven Sisters as seen from Cuckmere on the South Downs, East Sussex. Photo taken from the garden wall of the cottage, replacing the Google Streetview image. SD (Modern Photo Added: 05-01-2015)
cor008. Sir John waits for a train, and his next victim, at Seaford railway station. Station Approach, Seaford, East Sussex.