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beagi011. Digswell Viaduct is also called Welwyn Viaduct and carries the East Coast Main Line over the River Mimram between Welwyn Garden City and Welwyn North.
beagi011n. The same viaduct captured by Ivor. (Modern Photo Added: 19-07-2017)
beagi012. Roadworks under the viaduct force the Ford Crestliner to a halt. Beneath Digswell Viaduct on Digswell Park Road.
beagi012n. Some of the same fence posts seem to have survived in the last of Ivor Williams' comparisons. (Modern Photo Added: 19-07-2017)
beagi013. When they reach a railway line, the delinquents climb the level crossing's gate.
beagi013a. The friends dare each other to play a game of “chicken” in which the last person to leave the track as a train approaches is the winner.
beagi014. The Lindens drive through London streets.
beagi014n. The same clock still tells the time on Frith Street in London W1. (Modern Photo Added: 02-10-2013)
beagi015. Dave (Adam Faith), Tony (Peter McEnery) and Dodo (Shirley Anne Field) leaving the Off-Beat Cafe. Studio set included for sake of completeness.
beagi016. Long shot of Old Compton Street at the junction with Greek Street, London W1 as Paul and Nichole walk away with Jennifer. The illuminated sign to the left is on the Three Greyhounds public house. The location appears in 'Appointment with Crime', ‘Street of Shadows’ and ‘Up Jumped a Swagman’.
beagi016n. And the Three Greyhounds is still there. Now shot taken by Richard Lovejoy adding 'Unfortunately I was not able to get higher to take a similar shot'. (Modern Photo Added: 05-11-2012)