Last Alteration: Sunday 07 April 2013

Beacon Hill Road

GPS Coordinates

51°14'27"-00°49'32" show decimal

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Page 9, N3

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Beacon Hill Road
Ewshot, Hampshire

Beacon Hill Road runs between Ewshot and Church Crookham in Hampshire.

How to get here:

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Road: M3 - Exit junction 5 and head east along the A287 towards Ewshot and Farnham; once past Ewshot at the roundabout take first left onto the B3013 towards Fleet, this is Beacon Hill Road. The point on the road seen in filming is just a little further on from Badger's Way on the left. Parking: limited, can park in Badger's Way. +

 

Access: PublicStatus: recognisableBeacon Hill Road

Photo

Photograph taken: 11th June 2006 by Chuck Foster

The Ambassadors of Death (4)
Screen Shot
Filmed: 2 Feb 1970
Liz tries to hitch a lift after escaping from General Carrington's secret laboratory.

 

Photo

Photograph taken: 11th June 2006 by Chuck Foster

The Ambassadors of Death (4)
Screen Shot
Filmed: 2 Feb 1970
Liz tries to hitch a lift after escaping from General Carrington's secret laboratory.

 

Where to walk to next?

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Beacon Hill (The Ambassadors of Death). The area of Beacon Hill in the story is just a little further south from here on the right hand side of the road. Walk along the path directly in front to reach the open area.

Other nearby locations:

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Fleet Road (The Ambassadors of Death). Road: head north along Beacon Hill Road until reaching the roundabout at Church Crookham; take the right exit onto Aldershot Road and follow this until Fleet Road at the end. Turn right and then follow the road until you reach Rushmoor Road. Parking: car park area opposite Rushmoor Road.

Additional locations as the crow flies:

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Claycart Bottom (The Ambassadors of Death): 1.94 miles.

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Eelmoor Training Circuit (The Ambassadors of Death): 2.20 miles.

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Claycart Bridge (The Ambassadors of Death): 2.67 miles.

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Sheephatch Farm (The Silurians): 4.47 miles.

Related Stories

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The Ambassadors of Death [2 Feb 1970]

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