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The Bletchley Circle, TV Series, 2012-2014 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Kode for mord (Denmark)
  • Enquêtes codées (France)

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Sunbar UK

2015-01-18 16:21

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Set after World War II in the 1950s about a group of women who had worked at Bletchley Park (Station X).

http://www.bletchleypark.org.uk/

-- Last edit: 2015-01-18 16:40:44

Sunbar UK

2018-10-25 12:56

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Other background vehicles..,

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Bedford K-Type, Morris tourer? and a Rover.

Series Two completed.

-- Last edit: 2018-10-25 12:56:45

dsl SX

2018-10-25 14:16

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Sunbar wrote [Image: bc1_cap-000289.jpg] [Image: bc3_cap-00004.jpg]

.. Morris tourer? and a Rover.


I think the "Morris" is richardwarner's ex-police 1937 Wolseley 18/80 Drophead Coupé [Series II] as seen in Poirot - looks similar and plate here could easily be CCX. Rover is a P4, probably a late one for bright colours.

Sunbar UK

2018-10-26 12:45

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^ Entry made for CCE858 1937 Wolseley 14/56 Tourer [Series II] (previously 18/80 Drophead Coupé) here /vehicle.php?id=1197735#Comment2405007

-- Last edit: 2018-10-27 17:09:06

Sunbar UK

2018-10-29 12:19

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More background vehicles including a MkII Ford Consul making a newspaper appearance about two years too early...

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Rather confusing train action Southern Railways in British Railways era and running into St Pancras station.

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johnfromstaffs EN

2018-10-29 12:32

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The grey car in the highlight is a Morris Cowley, the green car a 100E Ford probably an Anglia Standard trim.

johnfromstaffs EN

2018-10-29 12:55

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The out of London train stuff looks like the Bluebell to me, which seems to be the “go to” these days for film work. Their SR bias is correct, as their line used to be part of the SR, formerly the LB&SCR prior to 1923, and we all know about film makers who bend the truth.

St. Pancras and its hotel frontage looks like a great railway terminus, but however elegant and minimalistic it may be, Kings Cross looks more like an exhibition centre or a bus station and the south of the river stations always seem a bit anonymous to me.

Also, even accepting that it is the start of the railway that leads to Staffordshire (and a few other, less important places) Euston Station is just horrible.

-- Last edit: 2018-10-29 13:07:49

Sunbar UK

2018-10-29 13:18

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True about the Bluebell line filming location.

The St. Pancras scene fitted in with the north of London destinations in series one but adding the Southern Railways engine was an error for both location and date.

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