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hammer001. Edwards and Geeson drive away from a police raid at a happening at the Camden Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, NW1.
hammer001n. Taken from the bridge over the railway lines for a clear shot. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 19-06-2013)
hammer002. They drive to a mews. I've seen this one before either for real or in another film but it eludes the addled mind temporarily.
hammer002n. It is of course Groom Place, London SW1, as seen in Perfect Friday. Thanks to TonyK who also sent in a Google shot, now replaced to capture St Peter's Eaton Square in the background. The tree's thrived. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 22-03-2013)
hammer003. Same mews, with the camera panning left.
hammer003n. And to the left (out of shot) is a delightful pub. Pic with thanks to TonyK and Google. (Modern Photo Added: 22-03-2013)
hammer004. Edwards is now in Lisbon, the Praça do Comércio, looking north towards the Ministry of Justice.
hammer005. Now looking south-east towards Almada as Edwards prepares to embark.
hammer005a. He sets off for the "Triton".
hammer005an. 25th April Bridge from Praça do Comércia, Lisbon. This is an added still as are others from Nick Knight (NK) who was struck by how groovy this all was! (SJ) (Modern Photo Added: 11-04-2017)
hammer006. Is this the Cascais area?
hammer006n. Yes, it is the Praia da Ribera de Cascais. "Edwards runs off the beach in front of the Hotel Baia, which is still here on the left, out of shot. The church-like building is the Palácio Seixas." With thanks to Nick Knight who provides this shot. (SJ) (Modern Photo Added: 02-04-2017)
hammer007. Edwards running across a road.
hammer007n. The road Edwards crosses is the Passeio Dom Luís I where it intersects with the Praça 5 de Outubro, Cascais. That's the corner of the Hotel Baia on the right (more or less central in the then): built in the '60s but extensively renovated in 2005. NK (SJ) (Modern Photo Added: 11-04-2017)
hammer007a. A few seconds later, he is off to the Villa Oliva.
hammer007an. Câmara Municipal de Cascais now pedestrianised, with the statue of King Don Pedro I, visible on the left in the film shot. NK (SJ) (Modern Photo Added: 11-04-2017)