When it comes to famous London doors and exteriors there are a good few in London that people travel to visit.
As the frenzy begings for the Baker Street door used for the filming of Skerlock we thought it would be worth loking at a few of London’s other well known doors and exteriors.
Bridget Jones lived her single life in a flat next to the Globe Pub, London SE1 9AL. Something we are sure the pub is eternally grateful for.
In the film The Kings Speech the king was taught to speak at, 33 Portland Place. The location was also unusually used for the inside as well as the outside shots.
The Clockwork Orange Tower Block can be found in Thamesmead South. It’s not strictly a door but there plenty of doors in it. Alex’s home makes up part of the Tavy Bridge Centre, Thamesmead South, London SE2.
The fateful tunnel subway is on Trinity Road, Wandsworth, London SW18
Kick Ass’s D’Amico’s high rise apartment was supposedly inside County Hall on Belvedere Road, London.
FInally, a favourite of ours with a nice little pub around the corner, just behind Gloucester Road is Layer Cake’s main character’s flat. 7 Queen’s Gate Mews, Kensington, London SW7 was the home to Daniel Craig’s character (who’s name is of course not mentioned throughout the entire film), this might be something to do with the fact that Guy Ritchie used to own the property.