Great Missenden  (between Amersham and Aylesbury)

Rude Awakening
Norman Shenley's estate agency was situated in the centre of Great Missenden, at the bottom of the hill leading down from the railway station (Station Approach). The shop is now a gentleman's hairdressers and next door is an actual estate agents.

View looking up towards the station, as Norman walks down
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Normans Estate Agents
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Charlie Boy
Just along from the location used for the estate agents in Rude Awakening is the T-Junction used for the beginning of theroad range incident.
The start of the road range incident

The house which Graham goes to to reclaim Charlie Boy after it was stolen is opposite the T-Junction used at thebeginning of the road rage incident (see photos above).

Later on in the sequence, Rignall Road (leading from Great Missenden to Butlers Cross) was used. (N.B. Along this road is the Prime Ministers official country residence Chequers)

Carpathian Eagle
Great Missenden High Street is used for the sequence when Inspector Clifford and Natalie are chatting.
These buildings now house the Roald Dahl Museum. Dahl's house 'Gypsy House' is also in GreatMissenden. One day a year they open their garden to visitors in which you can take a peek at the famouswriting hut and Gypsy caravan.

Great Missenden church (Church Lane) was used for the funeral of Inspector Clifford.
The BMI Chiltern Hospital was used as the location for Mrs Henska's house and also the building opposite when Clifford and Natalie arrive. The location has changed considerably since filming having previously been Little Missenden Abbey. Many thanks to Julian Manhood who discovered this location.


Two Faces of Evil
Just out of Great Missenden, as you head towards Chesham up Frith Hill/Chesham Road is the T Junction used when Janet and her son go to the hospital.
Great Missenden public car park was used for the hospital car park scene


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