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While watching the above on Saturday (look I was waiting for some glue to dry OK!) I discovered that there were dirty deeds being down on the railway. Now forgetting that no-one but no-one working on the line was wearing safety equipment, could someone please tell me where the hell it was filmed.

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QUOTE (BRITHO @ 3 Sep 2007, 17:29) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>While watching the above on Saturday (look I was waiting for some glue to dry OK!) I discovered that there were dirty deeds being down on the railway. Now forgetting that no-one but no-one working on the line was wearing safety equipment, could someone please tell me where the hell it was filmed.

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The wife 'thinks' it was Nene Valley, but not sure.
Having searched about have found this, the program on the other night was:-

'Things that go bump in the night'

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It was Quainton Road alright - the Network Rail tracks in the middle (fenced off) were a dead giveaway!

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By sheer coincidence we had a railway going through Midsomer Murders over here on Sunday. I guessed it must be a heritage line as it was an old BR Green DMU running on the line. Not sure which type. I guess that would be the other show mentioned on the link.
 

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Thank you, I had a nagging feeling it was Quainton Road but wasn't that certain. I should of course have realised what the fenced of tracks were.

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I can assure members that having worked on and living near to it, this was NOT the NVR that was featured in this programme. I have to admit, I was intrigued to know which line this was on and even having seen the same episode before, I was unable to find out then.

For those into Spiritualism and not as on this programme, go to http://mikkel2.proboards52.com for a forum on the subject and you may learn more if you do so with an Open mind.
 

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QUOTE (wiggy25 @ 3 Sep 2007, 17:42) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>'Things that go bump in the night'

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Cheers wiggy - this site gives plenty of ideas for location modelling for the all important scenery.

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