Last Alteration: Tuesday 11 March 2008

High Street Arcade

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51°28'50"-03°10'44" show decimal

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High Street Arcade
High Street, Cardiff, CF10 1BB

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableHigh Street End

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Photograph taken: 27th February 2008 by Chuck Foster

Ghost Machine
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Ghost Machine
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Ghost Machine
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Filmed: 2006
Bernie is chased through the arcade.

 

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableSt John's Street End

Photo

Photograph taken: 27th February 2008 by Chuck Foster

Ghost Machine
Screen Shot

Ghost Machine
Screen Shot
Filmed: 2006
Bernie is chased through the arcade.

 

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableSt John's Street Entrance

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Photograph taken: 27th February 2008 by Chuck Foster

"Not quite as wide a shot as I would have liked, owing to a large lorry parked across the entrance!"

Ghost Machine
Screen Shot
Filmed: 2006
Bernie dashes out of the arcade.

 

Where to travel to next?

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For detailed information where you can travel to next, see the full Locations Guide entry.

Additional Torchwood locations as the crow flies:

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St John's Church (Small Worlds, Combat, Something Borrowed): 0.04 miles.

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Trinity Street (Small Worlds): 0.05 miles.

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Cardiff Market (Small Worlds): 0.05 miles.

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High Street (Ghost Machine, Children of Earth: Day One): 0.05 miles.

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Working Street (Combat): 0.07 miles.

Production Notes:

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In terms of the chase sequence, it starts off in the Friary and then onto Queen Street; then it jumps to the High Street entrance to the arcade (running from the opposite direction to Queen Street/Castle Street!), through the arcade and out onto St. John's Street, then Cardiff Central Station! Deleted scenes show it starting from the Hayes.

Related Stories

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Ghost Machine [2006]: Gwen and Owen chase Bernie through the arcade.

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