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February 5th, 2011 16 comments

Doctor Who Cornwall Filming (spoilers)

Doctor Who Cornwall filming

Warning:spoilers in text and pictures

Its no particular secret that Doctor Who filming has been taking place on-board a “pirate Ship” in Charlestown, Cornwall.

Below, past the BBC Cornwall news article are a few photo’s courtesy of Keith Martin from Eden-Project.co.uk.

You can see many more pictures and links to videos on his website Here.

From BBC Cornwall

Dr Who and his big blue Tardis have landed in Cornwall to film for the BBC TV series.

Big crowds gathered to watch Matt Smith battling with space pirates on Tuesday 1 February.

Charlestown has been used numerous times over the years for film and television productions.

Records show the St Austell village was first used way back in 1929 in a silent movie called Street of Abandoned Children.

The filming of the new Dr Who series has seen Charlestown’s popular harbour taken over by a film crew.


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