Beneath the platforms of Glasgow Central station you’ll find a maze of corridors, staircases, storage rooms and even a disused Victorian platform.
London Waterloo service tunnels
Waterloo's secret passages are a mixture of tunnels, corridors, roads and other disused spaces.
Victoria and Waterloo tunnels
Beneath the streets of Liverpool there is a complex network of tunnels, the largest two being Victoria and Waterloo.
Alfreton old tunnel
Almost half a mile long in a straight line, this wide once double-tracked tunnel is located 30 minutes from Nottingham.
London Paddington service tunnels
Hidden beneath Paddington's platforms you'll find a network of tunnels, corridors and disused spaces, ideal for murky or covert sequences.
Looking for an empty platform for maximum control? At Preston we have three to choose from!
Ouse Valley viaduct
The intricate and unique design of this viaduct provides film-makers and photographers with an impressive backdrop.
York Road tunnel
In the atmospheric King's Cross area, our curved tunnel is an exciting and flexible find. Available from January 2021.
At 3.5 miles long in a straight line - and with two disused parallel chambers - the Standedge tunnels are an amazing find.
With nearly 1,000 railway arches, it's likely you'll find the perfect location for your shoot here.
The dark arches under Leeds station are a maze of small tunnels, which will suit productions of all sizes.
Liverpool Lime Street
Liverpool, one of the most vibrant and film-friendly cities in the UK, is serviced by this beautiful station.
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