Series 9 Episode 9 - Last Orders At The Winchester

Filming Locations

HEART ATTACK'S PLACE - THEN & NOW - Pictures by nry
WENDOVER COURT, WESTWAY, W30TG

Location found by: nry

At 04m32s, Arthur & Ray visit Heart Attack's flat where Arthur asks Heart Attack to decorate the Winchester.

Heart Attack's flat in 'Last Orders At The Winchester' Heart Attack's flat in 'Last Orders At The Winchester'

Location on Streetmap.co.uk or Google Street View (opens a new window)
Closest Station: North Acton (Central Line)/Park Royal (Piccadilly Line)


HARRY'S WINE WAREHOUSE - THEN & NOW - Pictures by nry
MANSELL ROAD/BEARDSLEY WAY, ACTON PARK INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, EALING, W3 7QP

Location found by: nry

At 06m50s, Arthur & Ray visit Harry to organise some commemorative wine for the Winchester's 25th anniversary celebrations.

Harry's Wine Warehouse in 'Last Orders At The Winchester' Harry's Wine Warehouse in 'Last Orders At The Winchester'

Location on Streetmap.co.uk or Google Street View (opens a new window)
Closest Station: Acton Central (Overground)


DRIVING TO THE HAT & FEATHERS PUB (VIC'S PLACE) - THEN & NOW - Pictures by nry
OLDFIELD LANE NORTH, NR 'THE BLACK HORSE PUB', GREENFORD, MIDDLESEX, UB6 0AS

Location found by: nry

At 14m48s - following the closure of the Winchester, Arthur, Ray & Dave are seen driving to Vic's pub in Arthur's Daimler here. 

Driving to Vic's Place in 'Last Orders At The Winchester' Driving to Vic's Place in 'Last Orders At The Winchester'

Location on Streetmap.co.uk or Google Street View (opens a new window)
Closest Station: Greenford (Central Line - Greenford Branch)


THE HAT & FEATHERS PUB (VIC'S PLACE) - THEN & NOW - Pictures by nry
THE GREENWOOD PUB, 674 WHITTON AVENUE WEST, NORTHOLT, UB5 4LA

Location found by: nry

At 15m20s, Arthur, Ray & Dave arrive at Vic's place, where the rest of the Winchester's regulars have cumulated upstairs.

The Hat & Feathers Pub in 'Last Orders At The Winchester' The Hat & Feathers Pub in 'Last Orders At The Winchester'

Location on Streetmap.co.uk or Google Street View (opens a new window)
Closest Station: Northolt Park


MONTY FISH'S PLACE - 'THE TOP HAT CLUB' - THEN & NOW - Pictures by nry
THE TOP HAT CLUB, CORNER OF REDWOOD GROVE/NORTHFIELD AVE, 268 NORTHFIELDS AVENUE, W5 4UB

Location found by: nry

At exactly 22 minutes, we see an external shot of this location - a former Odeon cinema, now a religious centre. Here Arthur goes to see Monty Fish.

Monty Fish's Place in 'Last Orders At The Winchester' Monty Fish's Place in 'Last Orders At The Winchester'

Location on Streetmap.co.uk or Google Street View (opens a new window)
Closest Station: Northfields (Piccadilly Line - Heathrow Branch)


CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH - THEN & NOW - Pictures by nry and Ray Stanton
FORMER SOUTHALL FC GROUND, WESTERN ROAD, SOUTHALL, UB2

Location found by: nry

At 27m04s, we see the opening scenes of the charity football match against the local police. The stadium was demolished in 1996 (see middle photo).

Charity Football Match in 'Last Orders At The Winchester'
1992 - Last Orders At The Winchester
Charity Football Match in 'Last Orders At The Winchester'
1996 - Demolition (Photo by Ray Stanton)
Charity Football Match in 'Last Orders At The Winchester'
2013 - Emerald Square, Southall

Location on Streetmap.co.uk or Google Street View (opens a new window)
Closest Station: Southall


Last updated : 3rd March 2016 by jno

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