What’s filmed with us?
We've made tons of shoots happen in our stations and elsewhere throughout the years. Below you'll find some of our favourites.
London Liverpool Street features in Killing Eve series three. The crew shot a pivotal scene through the night on our platforms, with dozens of extras used to mimic a busy station. A special train was brought in just for the shoot.
Three of our stations feature in EE's 5G ad, with Birmingham New Street taking a starring role. With great music and striking visuals, the commercial made history as the world's first gig broadcast live using 5G technology.
Danny Boyle returned to Liverpool Lime Street to film this comedy (he previously shot Millions there). The station features in heart-stopping scenes where the key character decides his future. Does he fulfil his dreams and get the love of his life? Available on DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital.
Warner Bros. wound the clock back 100 years, turning London King's Cross back into a World War I-era station. Shot over a weekend, the production brought in period signals, offices and specially made signage for this crucial scene. Available now on DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital.
The Imitation Game
London King's Cross was again sent back in time when The Imitation Game filmed at the station. The production took over a platform and brought in a 1940s train, filling the place with extras in period costumes. Available now on DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital.
Paddington and Paddington 2
Both Paddington films shot at London Paddington. The first film used camera cranes, a lost and found set build, and even stunt pigeons! In the sequel, the station scene kicks off the film's exciting finale. Available now on DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital.
The fourth series of the award winning Downton Abbey used London St. Pancras International to shoot a key scene involving Lady Edith and her love interest, Gregson. Available now on DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital.
London King’s Cross is synonymous with the Harry Potter franchise. Almost every film adaptation of J.K. Rowling's books shot extensively at the station. Available now on DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital.
The Bourne Ultimatum filmed at London Waterloo back in 2006. The sequence took several days to shoot and used hidden cameras to avoid disrupting passengers. Available now on DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital.
Scott and Bailey
Scott and Bailey filmed extensive sequences at Manchester Piccadilly during their second series, working closely with station management to ensure a safe shoot. Available now on DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital.