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se001. Thomas Crapper's shop, by Royal Appointment, supplier of sanitary ware. Thomas's name lives forever as the inventor of the flushing w.c.
se001n. Now. 120 King's Road, Chelsea, London SW 3
se002. Junction of the Royal Avenue and the King's Road.
se002n. Now. Junction of the Royal Avenue and the King's Road.
se006. A station, supposedly Paddington, but is it, was it? Looks like St Pancras as I remembered it before the current rebuild, but as Bogarde and Miles met in "a" station, and then were walking down the steps of a definate St Pancras in se011, I would image se006 is also St Pancras. Unless of course it was the part of the movie that Bogarde directed (most of which Director Losey threw out!!) and he thought it very artistic to use two stations! Thoughts from Roy Barnacle.
se007. Lowndes Street, London, SW1
se007n. Now. Lowndes Street, London, SW1, on the corner with Motcomb Street. Thanks Simon Stanford for the location. James Marriott for the pictures... Actually this is West Halkin Street around the corner. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 24-03-2011)
se007a. Lowndes Street, SW1
se007an. And this is Lowndes Street looking over to Harriet Walk where the arch has disappeared. SJ (Modern Photo Added: 24-03-2011)
se008. Lowndes Street, London, SW1
se008n. Now. Lowndes Street, London, SW1, on the corner with Motcomb Street. Thanks Simon Stanford for the location. James Marriott for the pictures. (Modern Photo Added: 25-03-2011)
se009. Royal Avenue looking towards the Royal hospital, the home of the Chelsea Pensioners
se009n. Now. Royal Avenue looking towards the Royal hospital