Last Alteration: Tuesday 15 September 2009

James Street

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51°27'52"-03°10'06" show decimal

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James Street
Cardiff, Wales

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisabledot Mumbai Bay Entrancedot

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«prev photo next photo»Photograph taken: 8th September 2009 by Chuck Foster

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Everything Changes
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Screen Shot
Filmed: 2006
Gwen approaches a local pizza delivery firm.

 

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisabledot Crossing near Adelaide Streetdot

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Photograph taken: 8th September 2009 by Chuck Foster

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Children of Earth - Day Three
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Filmed: 19 Aug 2008
Clem walks along a street.

 

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Photograph taken: 8th September 2009 by Chuck Foster

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Children of Earth - Day Three
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Filmed: 19 Aug 2008
A woman is at a crossing, unaware Clem is about to steal her purse..

 

Additional Notes:

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The shot from across the road was through the bar fence of Baltic House

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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The Coal Exchange (Combat, Children of Earth: Day One, Children of Earth: Day Two, Children of Earth: Day Five, Miracle Day): 0.05 miles.

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Mount Stuart Square (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Meat, Children of Earth: Day Three, Children of Earth: Day Four): 0.07 miles.

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Mumbai Bay Takeaway (Everything Changes): 0.09 miles.

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Ship Lane (Combat, Children of Earth: Day Four): 0.10 miles.

Production Notes:

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The postbox seen on the corner of Adelaide Street is a prop!

Related Stories

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Everything Changes [2006]: Gwen finds a local pizza delivery takeaway.

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Children of Earth: Day Three [19 Aug 2008]: Clem steals a purse

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