We see M standing by the flag draped coffins in the King William Undercroft, which is sitauted beneath the Painted Hall. So much fun to read & great photo! 13 Old Burlington Street. On film, Westminster Bridge famously featured in the apocalyptic thriller 28 Days Later, with Cillian Murphy staggering across it after waking up from a coma to find London deserted – though you’d need to get up at 4am too if you want to see it looking that empty. This quirky park was created by a Victorian artist as a ‘Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice’, and its walls are covered with hand-painted tiles commemorating the stories of 62 ordinary local people who gave their lives to save others. This Victorian covered market started life as a meat market but is now home to restaurants, fashion and gift shops. You can visit them yourself and see how they inspired the production team on the award-winning TV series. In Sherlock Benedict Cumberbatch, as Sherlock Holmes, apparently commits suicide by jumping off the roof of the Pathology Department at Bart’s Hospital as John Watson looks on. Hyde Park. Cross Waterloo Bridge and walk east along Southbank where you’ll pass a string of London film locations.

The Salisbury pub in Harringay, St Patrick's Church in Wapping, and St George in the East in Stepney also feature.

Other locations to feature include 207 Gloucester Terrace (an Opus Dei safe house), and Westminster Abbey (exteriors only). Westminster Abbey. This was the reputed inspiration for Diagon Alley. However, there is now an actual Platform 9 and 3/4 located in the newly refurbished section of King's Cross Station. Lyme Park Now perhaps one of the region’s most recognisable television backdrops, Lyme achieved immortality as the location for ‘that’ famous lake scene starring actor Colin Firth, who emerged dripping wet in white shirt and breeches in the BBC TV drama Pride and Prejudice (1995). 1 Walking with Dinosaurs 2 The Ballad of Big Al 3 Walking with Beasts 4 Chased by Dinosaurs 5 Walking With Cavemen 6 Sea Monsters 7 Walking with Monsters Namib Desert, Namibia Kruger National Park, South Africa Red Sea, Egypt The Old War Office Building in Whitehall portray's the MI6 HQ in three Bond films: Octopussy, License to Kill and A View to a Kill. The Tatton Estate is just over 6000 acres and home to 660 properties.

The boys manage to offload two kilos of heroin in Bayswater, and can be seen in the film strutting from Smallbrook Mews to Craven Road.

George Farmiloe 28-36 St John Street, Clerkenwell. With Garland Scott, Frank Mosley, Alexia Rasmussen, Gil Darnell. The domed towers visible in the scene are those of the Old War Office, the next building along on Whitehall, which was used as the Headquarters of MI6 in A View To A Kill, Octopussy and Licensed To Kill.

In the films platform 9 and 3/4 is, in fact, situated between platforms 4 and 5.

Yes that’s definitely one of the best known film spots in London! Having jumped out of its way they head off along Shaftesbury Avenue, where the walk past the line of grey circular grey, concrete columns. Learn how your comment data is processed. The Victorian graveyard also appears in Johnny English and Jack and Sarah. Love a themed walk, can’t wait to try this one out.

Australia House, Strand. Can’t wait to check out at least some of the route, if not all, next time I’m in London. The Church has also featured In Robin Hood Prince of Thieves; Four Weddings and a Funeral; Shakespeare in Love; Elizabeth; The Golden Age and The Other Boleyn Girl. He later commented that he had been struck by this brief, unromantic, Anglo-Saxon and yet "very masculine name", adding "and so a second James Bond was born". Other recognisable locations include Battersea Power Station, Trafalgar Square and the Tate Modern. Look out for No 7 Stoney Street, which is where the Knight Bus stops outside the Leaky Cauldron Pub in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

Gary Oldman took a swim in the Hampstead Heath bathing ponds in the 2011 adaptation of John le Carre's novel. It was here that he is found murdered in his bath, apparently by supernatural means. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Wedding number four (Charles and Duckface) takes place at St Bartholemew the Great in Smithfield. This is the oldest parish church in London, starting life as an Augustinian priory in 1123. The West London district features heavily, as you'd expect, with the Coronet Cinema, Portobello Road and Westbourne Park Road all appearing on screen.

One of London’s most iconic buildings, it was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the 17th century after the previous cathedral was destroyed in the Great Fire of London.

Next cross London Bridge, continue past Monument Tube station and on up Gracechurch Street to Leadenhall Market (0.7 miles). Seeking a cure for her husband's stammer the Duchess of York, under the alias of Mrs Johnson, visits Lionel Logue, speech therapist, at his Harley Street consulting room. Perhaps one of London's most literary addresses, this has been home to such literary luminaries as T.S.