London Waterloo service tunnels
Waterloo's secret passages are a mixture of tunnels, corridors, roads and other disused spaces.
Looking for an empty platform for maximum control? At Preston we have three to choose from!
Stratford International - a bright, contemporary station - is fully accessible and architecturally unique.
Liverpool Lime Street
Liverpool, one of the most vibrant and film-friendly cities in the UK, is serviced by this beautiful station.
London Cannon Street
London Cannon Street, in the City of London, is a modern, generic looking station offering great flexibility at the weekends.
Guildford Station, in the county of Surrey, has a suburban feel and is perfect for those with a commuting brief.
Britain’s busiest interchange station. Clapham Junction has 17 platforms and offers a rush-hour feel.
Waterloo is the UK's largest station and - with its busy concourse and bustling feel - has a lot to offer film-makers.
Victoria station boasts a sensitively restored roof and a large, busy concourse.
London St. Pancras International
Boasts some of the most recognisable Victorian station architecture in the world.
Only thirty minutes outside of London, Reading is one of our most modern stations and can stand in for an international transport hub.
Brunel's masterpiece includes an impressive glazed roof, wide platforms, a retail area and ironwork by Eiffel.
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