Get Carter

Date: 1971
Director: Mike Hodges
Production Company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios

Stars: Michael Caine, Ian Hendry, John Osborne, Britt Ekland
Location(s): County Durham, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland

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Storyline:

When his brother dies under mysterious circumstances in a car accident, a gangland enforcer from London travels north to investigate.

Additional Information:

Replacement screen captures and new location identifications by Phil Wilkinson with much original work and research by Brian Leng

Stuart Davis has also carried out considerable research on this film and has produced a ‘Get Carter’ appreciation website that can be viewed at https://www.getcarter.xyz/

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Against the wishes of his employers Gerald and Sid Fletcher, Jack Carter catches a train from Kings Cross to Newcastle upon Tyne to investigate the death of his brother Frank. Exiting Barnet Tunnel on the East Coast Main Line as it passes through North London. (PW)

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In Jack's fist class compartment sits a Passenger (Carl Howard) wearing a signet ring inscribed with a 'J'. Passing the British Oil & Cake Mills facility at Barlby on the approach to Selby in Yorkshire, North Yorkshire since 1972. (PW)

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The journey back to Jack's home town continues. The bridge carries Arch Road over the railway to the south of Great Wymondley near Hitchin in Hertfordshire.

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Breaking up the journey, Jack moves to the dining car for lunch. This is Biggleswade and the bridge takes High Street over the railway line about 100m north of the station. (PW)

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Soup is served. Approaching the since demolished cooling towers of Little Barford Generating Station in Bedfordshire. (PW)

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A southbound express passes in the opposite direction. Approaching the site of Tempsford station, Bedfordshire. (PW)

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As evening closes in, the train passes between a mass of sidings and junctions as it nears it's destination.

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Station announcements are heard through the windows as the train draws into Newcastle. At 268 miles from London this is Newcastle Central station on Neville Street NE1.

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Leaving the station, Jack Carter (Michael Caine) crosses the road to a bar where he is expecting to meet his brother's mistress Margaret. Neville Street in Newcastle, Northumberland with The Spital Hotel to the left and The North Eastern Bar on the right. The buildings were demolished shortly after filming.

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After speaking with Margaret on the phone, Jack is followed by a Land Rover to the house where his brother is lying in his coffin. Continuity suggests the northern end of Frank Street in NE15.

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The next morning, as pallbearer Hubert (Alexander Morton) waits in the hearse, the Land Rover returns to the street outside Frank's house. Looking towards Blomfield Memorial Baptist Church from the backs of Hugh Street and Frank Street in South Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne.

The Land Rover drives on as the lid of Frank's coffin is screwed down before being brought out to the hearse. The backs of Frank Street, to the left, and Hugh Street with the closed Elswick railway station on Scotswood Road in the left of centre distance.

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Brian Leng tells us that "The area was actually under demolition during filming and many of the houses including the one used in the film were already empty. The locals watching the filming of this scene were horrified that the hearse left the house from the rear lane rather than the front street. This, they claimed just wouldn't have happened in real life as it showed a complete lack of respect and, apparently, they made their views known to the film crew in no uncertain terms! There is virtually no surviving architectural evidence of the location other than the electricity pylons crossing the River Tyne at the bottom of the hill."

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Jack and his niece Doreen with Frank's friends Keith and Eddie ride behind the hearse as the small cortege moves off. Facing south from the backs of Hugh Street and Frank Street with Dunston Power Station in the distance. Violet Close now occupies the site of these terraces and Brian Leng advises that the Power Station on the opposite bank of the Tyne disappeared many years ago to be replaced by the Metro Centre shopping complex.

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As a bell tolls, Frank is brought into the grounds of the crematorium. The entrance to West Road Crematorium on Silverhill Drive off West Road in Denton Burn NE5.

With the short service over, Jack follows latecomer Margaret from the chapel. The East Chapel at West Road Crematorium.

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Brian Leng provides this largely unchanged view of the doorway.

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Margaret (Dorothy White) hastily makes her way from the chapel entrance. The Loggia at West Road Crematorium.

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Catching her up, Carter asks Margaret who killed Frank. Newcastles's West Road Crematorium and Cemetery opened in 1934.

Margaret denies any knowledge of events leading up to her lover's death. The Loggia of West Road Crematorium in Newcastle NE5.

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Comparison shot by Brian Leng.

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When he presses her, Margaret agrees to meet Jack on the Iron Bridge at noon the next day. The East Chapel seen from the Loggia at West Road Crematorium, Newcastle upon Tyne.

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Jack visits Newcastle races in the hope of asking old acquaintance Albert Swift about Frank's death. This is Newcastle Racecourse in High Gosforth Park NE3.

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Seeing Jack approaching, Albert Swift (Glynn Edwards) turns and makes his exit for fear of being spotted. In front of the Colonel Porter Grandstand in the Premier Enclosure at Newcastle Racecourse.

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Having encountered former associate Eric Paice at the races, Jack follows as he chauffeurs a trio of punters after the meeting. Shull Bank south of Wolsingham in Couty Durham with Knitsley Cottage visible through the trees ahead.

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Eric turns the Cadillac Fleetwood towards the driveway of The Heights. Outside Shull Lodge on Shull Bank to the northwest of Bishop Auckland.

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The gates are opened and Eric drives towards Cyril Kinnear's mansion. Shull Lodge at the driveway entrance of Dryderdale Hall, County Durham.

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Watching from the woods, Carter sees Kinnear's henchmen in the grounds. Dryderdale Hall in County Durham.

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Ray chases the trespasser as he runs to gains access to the house and confront Mr. Kinnear. This is the southern elevation of the grade II listed building.

Carter examines his brother's car at a riverside scrapyard. The rail served yard appears to have been accessed by road from Pipewellgate and Rabbit Banks Road beneath the King Edward Bridge.

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Brian Leng captured the location of the yard with the Metro's Queen Elizabeth II Bridge as an addition to the background.

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The Scrap Man (Alan Hockey) tells Carter that the car was driven into the river while the driver was drunk. The area has been cleared and a new cycle-way now occupies the river bank.

Catching sight of Doreen Carter (Petra Markham) in a café, Jack calls her outside before giving her money for a hair-do. Formerly Bowers café on Pink Lane, Newcastle upon Tyne in the county of Tyne & Wear since 1974. Scott Andrew Brass updates us with news that the café is currently the back entrance to a bar named Gotham Town.

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Brian Leng found that the premises were still an eating house in the summer of 2008.

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Petty gangster Thorpey arrives outside Carter's lodgings to persuade him to go back to London. This is south of the River Tyne on Coburg Street, Gateshead NE8.

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After Carter foils the attempt to take him to the station, Thorpe (Bernard Hepton) runs from the car when his associates are injured. Coburg Street in Gateshead with Prince Consort Road and the corner of Lichfield Street visible to the right.

Thorpey looks around in panic before taking refuge in The Oxford Galleries night club. The Oxford Galleries dance hall on New Bridge Street, Newcastle. The premises were more recently known as Liquid but now only the façade remains.

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When he paid a visit Brian Leng found it was still a dance hall but for the younger generation.

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Keith (Alun Armstrong) and a Neighbour (Kitty Atwood) look on as Landlady Edna (Rosemarie Dunham) shouts at Carter when he returns to the Las Vegas guest house with Thorpe. Coburg Street in Gateshead.

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Leaving Keith at the Las Vegas with Thorpe, Carter visits The Pantiles on Durham Road, home of Cliff Brumby. This was a large private house called Beechcroft in Belmont, a village just outside Durham.

Carter crosses the garden while a loud party goes on inside the house. Brian Leng advises that Beechcroft was demolished in 2008 . . . .

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. . . not long after he took this shot.

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As the noisy party continues, a car pulls onto the driveway. Beechcroft opposite St. Mary's Road on Broomside Lane in Belmont, County Durham.

Cliff Brumby (Bryan Mosley) hammers on the door of his house before his Daughter answers. The front door of Beechcroft in Belmont.

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Brian provides this proof of that the door was still the same some thirty seven years after filming.

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While Cliff and his Wife clear out the unwanted guests, Carter walks into the house. Several more modern properties now occupy the site on Broomside Lane, Belmont.

The next morning, Con McCarty (George Sewell) and Peter the Dutchman (Tony Beckley) arrive to take Carter to London. Outside 25 Coburg Street, Gateshead.

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Coburg Street now from Brian Leng.

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A jazz band play opposite the Las Vegas as Carter forces the two gangsters from the property. This waste land opposite Coburg Street is now occupied by St. Joseph's school but Aiden House and Bede House still stand in the distance.

At the rear of the guest house, Carter holds a gun to Con when he approaches Edna. The rear of properties on Coburg Street.

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Another comparison by Brian.

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Carter drives his hired Cortina away after locking Con in an outside lavatory. The back entry runs between Coburg Street and Denmark Street in Gateshead.

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Draped washing covers the car's bonnet as Carter drives out onto the roadway from the back of the Las Vegas. Approaching Coburg Street from the back access alley with the Methodist Central Hall and the more modern Regent Court in the right distance.

Peter comes out from cover after Carter's Cortina knocks the door off his Mk II Jaguar. Facing south-west on Coburg Street with Prince Consort Road in the background and the Royal Hotel to the extreme right.

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From a similar viewpoint by Brian Leng.

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Jack Carter arrives outside the building where Keith rents a room. Neil Rigby advises that Alan Heath has posted a Youtube video identifying this as the present Gloucester Terrace in Newcastle NE4.

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A sitar plays in the background as carter walks to the front door. Stuart Davis advises that this was Wentworth Place off Elswick Road, now redeveloped and known as Gloucester Terrace.

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Carter is let in to find a badly beaten up Keith lying on his bed. Stuart Davis identifies this as Wentworth Place adding that the area was demolished soon after filming.

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Parking on the Quayside, Jack arrives to keep the appointment with Margaret on the Iron Bridge. Between Newcastle Swing Bridge and Tyne Bridge, this is Aberdeen Wharf opposite the Guild Hall.

Maybe as protection against the chill northern air, Carter puts on his raincoat. The swing bridge crossing the River Tyne with the High Level Bridge beyond.

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The two bridges photographed by Brian Leng.

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As Carter makes his way onto the Iron Bridge, a coaster sails by. Owned by William Cory, the fifteen year old coaster MV Corbank heads down river. The vessel was broken up in the Middle East during the mid 1980s.

Questions are asked about Margaret's relationship with Frank Carter. The view from the High Level Bridge towards the north bank of the river. The nearer mid-ground storage warehouses appear in 'Payroll'.

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The redeveloped Quayside was found and captured by Brian Leng.

Carter follows Margaret as she spins a tale about his brother. The double deck High Level Bridge with King Edward Bridge in the distance.

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Brian Leng took this shot with the newer Queen Elizabeth Bridge obscuring King Edward Bridge.

Again, Margaret is asked who killed Frank. The top deck of the bridge carries the railway across the Tyne from Newcastle Central station to Gateshead and the south.

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Not much has changed in Brian's shot.

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Con and Peter draw alongside in the damaged Jaguar. The bridge's lower deck carries road traffic between St. Nicholas' Street in Newcastle upon Tyne to Wellington Street in Gateshead.

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Jumping the railing, Jack runs along the bridge towards the northern side of the river. High Level Bridge was opened by Queen Victoria in 1849.

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As Con and Peter drive after him, Jack runs along the outer side of the bridge. Looking towards Gateshead, then in County Durham, from High Level Bridge.

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Jack jumps from the bridge and makes his way to a nearby set of steps. This hard standing survives off Queen's Lane, Newcastle upon Tyne.

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The red Jaguar brakes to a halt at the top of the steps. The top of Long Stairs which also feature in 'Payroll' from ten years earlier.

While Peter reverses to find a road to the river, Con follows Carter down the steps towards the quayside. The top of the Long Stairs with High Level Bridge in the background identified by Brian Leng.

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And Brian also provides the proof.

The two gangsters race down towards the quayside. Long Stairs with Close at the bottom.

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Brian Leng captures the place.

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Carter runs for his car. This view from Tyne Bridge includes Newcastle Swing Bridge and Aberdeen Wharf to the left, the end of Watergate right of centre and the roof of the Guild Hall on the right.

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With Con following on foot, Peter's Jaguar closes in on Carter. Looking down onto Quayside with the Guild Hall to the top right.

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Sitting in her Sunbeam Alpine, Glenda (Geraldine Moffat) calls out to Carter. Newcastle Swing Bridge and High Level Bridge seen from Aberdeen Wharf.

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When he asks how she knew where he would be, Glenda tells Carter that he was seen parking as she speeds away from the quayside. George Tulin recognised West Street in Gateshead with Melbourne Court in the background.

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"To the demon king's castle" is the reply when Jack asks where they are going. George Tulin locates this as the since redeveloped West Street.

The building occupied by Robert Kelly Ltd was formerly a printing works at the corner of West Street and Ellison Street West.

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From the best angle possible after redevelopment, George Tulin captures the same section of West Street.

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Looking into Wylam Street from West Street in Gateshead.

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Glenda turns off the main road into a multi-storey car park. The entrance to Trinity Square car park with West Street to the top left.

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Tyres screech as the Sunbeam corners on the car park ramp. Opened in 1967 along with the shopping area below, this is Trinity Square car park in Gateshead.

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In an unfinished restaurant on the top floor of the car park, Cliff Brumby stands waiting with a proposal for Jack.

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Rejecting the arcade owner's proposition, Carter leaves the car park before Glenda catches up with him. Chris Fairhurst confirms the location as the exit ramp from Trinity Square car park with the high rise blocks of Priory Court and Lychgate Court in the distance.

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Jack gets into the car and Glenda takes him to her flat. Trinity Square car park was demolished during 2010 and the area has since been redeveloped into the Ellison Walk shopping area.

After spending the afternoon in bed with Glenda, Jack watches a pornographic film that features his niece. Brian Leng advises that this is the St. Cuthbert's Village area of Gateshead. The car is parked on an unnamed cul-de-sac off Bensham Road and the flats stand on Bamburgh Walk. The still standing St. Cuthbert's Court tower block is visible behind the walkway in the left of centre background.

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Brian Leng provides this view of St. Cuthbert's Court, without the flats on Bamburgh Walk.

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Leading Glenda from the building, Carter pushes her into the boot of the Sunbeam. Looking towards Bamburgh Walk flats from Windmill Hills in Gateshead NE8. Stuart Davis adds that the estate was built in 1970 but was finally demolished in 1995, a victim of poor design and build quality.

Now searching for Albert Swift, Carter parks up to catch a ferry across the Tyne. The Wallsend Landing at the end of Benton Way, Wallsend NE28.

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This image from Brian Leng shows that the concrete panel fence is all that remains, the ferry having long since disappeared.

A Young Woman (Geraldine Sherman) sitting in a café remains tight lipped when Jack asks where Albert might be. Ellison Street in Hebburn NE31 with St. Andrews church visible through the window advises Chris Fairhurst.

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And here is the church, found by Brian.

The Woman in the café phones Eric Paice while Carter walks to a nearby betting shop. Opposite the former Hedley Sunday School on Argyle Street discovered by Chris Fairhurst.

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Brian took this picture of the Hedley Community Centre that replaced the terrace, which itself has since been demolished.

Albert Swift is spotted inside the bookies. Through the doorway stands Hedley Sunday School, now the Community Centre, on Argyle Street. Location identified by Chris Fairhurst.

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Brian Leng again provides the comparison shot.

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Climbing a gate at the back of the betting shop, Albert tries to escape before Carter kills him. The yard at the rear of the bookmakers that backs onto an alley running between Holystone Street and Barrow Street.

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As Jack returns on the ferry, Con, Peter and Eric Paice (Ian Hendry) arrive at the landing stage. Wallsend Landing, the northern floating jetty for the Wallsend Ferry that operated to Hebburn for over 135 years until ceasing in 1986.

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The three men wait for the ferry bringing Carter towards them. Wallsend Landing in NE28.

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The ferry draws alongside the landing stage.

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When the last of the passengers have disembarked, Carter appears holding a pistol. The ferry is the previously withdrawn Wallsend, belonging to Mid-Tyne Ferries, and the tanker in the distance is the recently launched Esso Hibernia which was scrapped in Taiwan in 1983.

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Shots are fired after Eric announces that he's exposed Carter's affair with Gerald Fletcher's girlfriend. The waiting shelter at Wallsend Landing.

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Peter shouts out as Carter pulls the trigger. In the background stand warehouses and workshops in Low Walker.

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Driving the Land Rover, Ray nudges Glenda's Sunbeam into the river. The southern end of Benton Way in Wallsend.

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Having learned that Brumby wanted to meet Doreen, Carter returns to the multi-storey car park. Looking towards West Street from the ramp leading to Trinity Square car park.

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Seeing the Cortina speed up the car park ramp, Cliff leaves his meeting with two Architects to investigate. Trinity Square car park in Gateshead with Priory Court on Hopper Street seen to the right.

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Cliff Brumby starts to descend to the next level. Facing east with the spire of St. Cuthbert's church in the left distance, St. Cuthbert's Court in the centre left distance and Brisbane Court to the right of centre.

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Carter confronts Brumby before hitting him repeatedly. Wylam Street runs towards the top of the image from Hector Street crossing from left to right.

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Carter pushes Brumby over the parapet of the stairway. The stairwell of Trinity Square car park in Gateshead.

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Police sirens are heard to approach as Carter leaves the car park. Facing West Street from the ramp leaving Trinity Square car park.

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In the restaurant, Architect (John Hussey) suggests to his Associate (Ben Aris) that they may not get their fee for this job. Tony Hillman adds that the restaurant at the top of the multi story car park was never completed as the fire brigade refused to grant it a fire certificate on the grounds that if a fire broke out they could never get fire engines up the ramps. And we thought it was because Brumby had taken a fall!

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Before posting a copy of the film to New Scotland Yard, Carter makes a phone call. Pelaw Post Office at the corner of Shields Road and Joicey Street in Pelaw NE10 identified by Stuart Davis. The building currently houses a bookmakers.

Having arranged to obtain drugs from a Dealer, Carter climbs up onto the swing bridge. These are the steps to the control room of Newcastle Swing Bridge.

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Looks like Brian Leng took his life in his hands to get this shot.

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Cash changes hands as a syringe and a bottle of heroin are collected. Looking across at Tyne Bridge from Newcastle Swing Bridge. The swing bridge also features in ‘On the Night of the Fire’, ‘Schizo’ and ‘Payroll’.

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Watched by Carter, Margaret leaves a bingo hall with her Friend. The long demolished location stood on Strawberry Place in Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 located by Stuart Davis.

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With a suitable distance between him and Margaret, Jack follows. Outside New St. James’ Hall on Strawberry Place with The Strawberry public house on Strawberry Place in the left background.

Carter holds back as Margaret and her Friend reach the foot of a stairway. The stairs lead from Croft Lane towards the corner of City Road, Melbourne Street and Trafalgar Street at Manors railway station. Since the station was reconstructed from January 1978, the stairway has become derelict and the archway bricked up.

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Brian Leng took this shot from the footpath at the bottom of the stairway and the windows of the building opposite the archway can clearly be identified.

Leaving her Friend at the bottom of the steps, Margaret continues home. Sallyport Crescent off City Road in Newcastle upon Tyne NE1.

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Ken Alexander sent us this shot, taken from a nearby car park, of the rear of the Sallyport Crescent property showing the arch through which Margaret walked. The buildings have since been redeveloped into private housing and access is therefore restricted. (RL)

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"I've come for you Margaret". The council flats on Sallyport Crescent were constructed between 1913 and 1916.

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Holding on to Margaret, Carter leaves a telephone box after calling Kinnear with his demands. Facing east on Saunders Avenue in Hamsterley, Country Durham. (PW)

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The sky brightens over The Heights where the previous night's party lingers drunkenly on. Dryderdale Hall in County Durham.

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Strains of music escape into the morning air as the door opens to let Eric Paice from Kinnear's mansion. The entrance to Dryderdale Hall near Hamsterley.

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Eric gets into a red Cadillac Fleetwood. Panning across the frontage of Dryderdale Hall.

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Alerted by Carter, the Police arrive to raid Kinnear's party. Dryderdale Hall off Shull Bank to the northwest of Bishop Auckland.

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Officers pour into the building. The east elevation of Dryderdale Hall in County Durham.

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Police enter the mansion through every doorway. The southern aspect of Dryderdale Hall.

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Carter drives to the coast to rendezvous with Eric as agreed with Kinnear. The road is a, then relatively new, southern extension of West Bridge Street passing to the west of North Blyth in Northumberland.

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The Cortina is brought to a stand behind Eric's Cadillac. Looking from beneath the North Side staithe at Blyth Harbour on West Bridge Street.

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Jack Carter set off to find Eric. North Side staithe in the River Blyth to the south of Cambois.

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While the Police discover drugs at The Heights, Carter continues his walk along the staithe. Scott Andrew Brass confirms the location as the staithes at Blyth.

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At The Heights, Officers drag Margaret's dead body from the lake. The fish pond, now known as Upper Lake, in the grounds of Dryderdale Hall in County Durham.

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Seeing Carter approaching, Eric makes a run for it. Stuart Davis advises that apart from river level timbers the staithes have now pretty much gone, mostly being destroyed by fire in the 1980s.

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Eric reaches the top level of the staithe. Looking south along the River Blyth in Northumberland with Blyth town centre in the right distance.

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Facing north on North Staithe with Cambois in the distance and the North Sea to the right.

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Carter gains on Eric as he descends to the lower level. North Staithe at Blyth in Northumberland.

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To cut Eric off before he gets back to his car, Carter runs along the top deck towards land. The winding gear of Bates Colliery stands to the left while the chimneys of Blyth Power Station rise in the right distance.

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Cyril Kinnear (John Osborne) struggles as he is taken from the the house. Dryderdale Hall, County Durham.

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Carter shouts for Eric to stay away from the car. The staithes at the southern end of West Bridge Street in Blyth NE24.

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As Margaret's body is loaded into an ambulance at the house, Eric runs beneath the staithe. The buildings in the distance stand on Worsdell Street, Dale Street and Gray Street in North Blyth.

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Keeping ahead of his pursuer, Eric climbs onto a railway embankment. On the left stand properties on Wordsell Street, North Blyth and to the right of centre is the roof of the Wordsell Institute while North Staithe crosses the horizon in the distance.

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Realising that he is fleeing for his life, Eric Paice runs towards the beach. Panning from the previous capture, over the shallow dunes lies North Beach to the north of Blyth in Northumberland.

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With Jack Carter not far behind, Eric tries to keep his speed before stumbling. Blackhall Beach near Blue House Gill to the east of Blackhall Colliery in County Durham.

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Recovering from his fall, the doomed man continues to run from Carter. Crossing overhead is the ariel ropeway from Blackhall Colliery, which is close to where scenes for 'Alien 3' were shot.

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Jack forces Eric to drink a bottle of whisky, just as Eric had done with Frank. Looking towards the coal polluted beach from beneath the ropeway that was later replaced by a conveyor before the closure of the mine.

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After killing Eric, Jack walks alongside the spoil bucket containing his corpse.

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Eric's body falls into the sea as the bucket empties it's load. For over one hundred years, spoil from Blackhall and other collieries was tipped into the sea along this coast but a clean up campaign was completed in 2002.

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Jack Carter falls to the sand when a single shot is fired by 'J'. The North Sea coast east of Blackhall Colliery.

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The hit-man walks away. Above Blackhall Beach on the Durham coast with the Tees Bay and the chimneys of Redcar in the distance.

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