Welcome to Network Rail's commercial filming website
Here you can view our popular locations, see our fees and apply to film. You will also find information and guidance to help you film safely on the railway.
As one of the largest landowners in Great Britain, we have many diverse locations. We own stations, tunnels, viaducts, goods yards, shopping centres, cliffs and even beaches! Some of these are available to view here, but if you can't find what you're looking for, please get in touch.
We are now working with HS1 and Virgin Trains, so we have more to offer than ever before, including on-board train filming for larger productions. For more information on our team, see about our service.
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The iconic tilting Pendolino brought the West Coast into the 21st century, and runs through England and into Scotland at speeds of up to 125mph.
Our leadership academy offers a wide variety of locations on a single site. With landscaped grounds and water features, it also boasts restaurants, a gym and even a swimming pool.
Dark, atmospheric and located in the heart of London, this location is perfect for ambitious projects.
Distinctive and modernist, the station can easily double for an airport and is conveniently situated next to the National Exhibition Centre.
Birmingham New Street is a fresh, bright and spacious station. Ideal for any production, it is just over an hour from London by rail.
A landmark Victorian station with crenellations and turrets, Bristol Temple Meads is a Grade I listed building.
One of the highlights of the West Coast Mainline, this Grade II listed station has a lot to offer film-makers.
Britain’s busiest interchange station, Clapham Junction has 17 platforms and offers a rush-hour feel.
A Brutalist's favourite, Coventry is easily accessed and is a perfect choice for any production looking for a 1970's location.
Combining Victorian and modern architecture, Crewe Station is a fitting testament to the town's railway heritage.
Ebbsfleet International is a versatile location and can double for an airport or a station elsewhere in the world.
Edinburgh Waverley is an iconic Victorian station in the heart of a beautiful city.
Features include an old station house, wooden retail units and underground tunnels.
Guildford Station, in the county of Surrey, has a suburban feel and is perfect for those with a commuting brief.
Built to resemble Lancaster's nearby castle, the station boasts Tudor Revival-style architecture.