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notba001. Whitebait Manor, home to Lord Whitebait who's family have fallen on hard times. Through the trees can be seen Littleton House in Shepperton Studios in Surrey.
notba001n. Littleton House is now hidden behind the houses and a fence. SD (Modern Photo Added: 29-02-2016)
notba002. In an effort to raise some money, Lord Whtebait erects a sign advertising the house open to the public. Littleton Park gatehouse on Squire's Bridge Road was demolished in 1974 also seen in 'The Great St. Trinian's Train Robbery' and 'On the Fiddle'.
notba002n. And also in 'The House That Dripped Blood'. Now replaced by 1970's housing. SD (Modern Photo Added: 29-02-2016)
notba003. Peter Brewster brings Lord Whitebait's daughter Katherine home. Looking towards Squire's Bridge over the River Ash on Squire's Bridge Road, Shepperton.
notba003n. Brian Rix and Terry Scott were seen on the opposite side of the bridge in 'The Night We Got The Bird'. SD (Modern Photo Added: 29-02-2016)
notba004. Lord Whitebait (Naunton Wayne) and his butler Spankworth (Charles Heslop) watch as Peter Brewster (Jack Watling) drives Lady Katherine (Ann Firbank) through the gateway. Littleton Park gatehouse on Squire's Bridge Road.
notba004n. Not so easy to drive through the gateway now. SD (Modern Photo Added: 29-02-2016)
notba005. Deciding to stage a robbery to claim on the insurance, Lord Whitebait and Spankworth wait outside Wormwood Scrubs for a notorious criminal to be released. Du Cane Road in London W12.
notba006. The two cross back to the gates when they see their man leave the prison. The buildings once stood on Du Cane Road opposite the main gate of Wormwood Scrubs.
notba007. Lord Whitebait and Spankworth approach the prison's plumber, Wilfred Sapling (Brian Rix), mistaking him for Jim Barger, the burglar that they want to employ. Wormwood Scrubs prison on Du Cane Road W12.
notba008. Barger is eventually released and given a lift home by Warder Lockitt. NW corner of Christchurch Street, Chelsea, London SW3 identified by John Cobbett-Maddy. (RL)
notba008n. The bollard is still painted white. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 15-09-2017)
notba009. The prison van draws up outside Barger's home. As a result of notba008 this also has to be Christchurch Street, Chelsea says John. (RL)
notba009n. Swap a Black Maria for a white van. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 15-09-2017)
notba010. Jim Barger (Leo Franklyn) says goodbye to Warder Lockitt (John Slater) before going inside to find that his long suffering wife has taken in a lodger. This is, hopefully, 72 Christchurch Street, London SW3 (RL)
notba010n. Yes it is! (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 15-09-2017)