Last Alteration: Sunday 07 April 2013

Burnham Beeches

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Burnham Beeches
Burnham, Buckinghamshire

(whereabouts of filming unconfirmed)

Burnham Beeches are the remains of a great primeval forest that covered much of Buckinghamshire, and contains the largest collection of old Beech trees in the world. It was protected from development in 1880, and has been the inspiration for many artists and poets.

How to get here:

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Road: M40 - Exit junction 2 (Beaconsfield) and head south along the A355 towards Egypt. When you enter the town, turn right at Beeches Road, which then leads into Lord Mayors Drive at the Beeches. Parking: free. +

Filming locations still to be verified/photographed:

State of Decay (1)Screen Shot
Filmed: 30 Apr - 1 May 1980
Woods

State of Decay (1)Screen Shot
Filmed: 30 Apr - 1 May 1980
Woods

State of Decay (1)Screen Shot
Filmed: 30 Apr - 1 May 1980
Woods

State of Decay (1)Screen Shot
Filmed: 30 Apr - 1 May 1980
Lake

Other nearby locations:

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Dropmore House (Day of the Daleks). Road (2.9 miles, 19m) : Head west on Lord Mayor's Drive, and at the end turn right onto Hawthorn Lane. Carry onto Pumpkin Hill, and this becomes Curriers Lane. At the end, turn right onto Dorney Wood Road and continue along it until you eventually reach the junction with Deansway and Little Road. The entrance to the park is just to the right and then follow this to the house. Access and Parking: unknown.

Additional locations as the crow flies:

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Gerrards Cross Sand and Gravel Quarry (The Tomb of the Cybermen, The Dominators, The Twin Dilemma, Attack of the Cybermen): 2.90 miles.

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Little Paston (Battlefield): 2.99 miles.

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Fulmer Plant Park (Battlefield): 3.57 miles.

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Black Park (Battlefield, Full Circle, The Visitation): 3.65 miles.

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Pinewood Studios (The Impossible Planet): 4.13 miles.

Further links about the location:

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Time Travel Britain - History of Burnham Beeches

Related Stories

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State of Decay [30 Apr - 2 May 1980]: The Forest

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