Take a Visit to the Real Locations of Line of Duty
We’re all glued to the latest series of the BBC’s police corruption thriller Line of Duty, but do you fancy visiting the real life locations where it was shot?
Most viewers will know that while the series, now in its sixth season, is set in an un-named northern city not unlike Birmingham, where early series were shot, it’s now actually shot in Belfast. But do you have the detective skills to spot any of the locations?
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Dodgy DCI Jo Davidson arrests suspect Terry Boyle at “Beechwood House”. In fact this is a block in the Cregagh Estate east of the city, near where George Best grew up.
The graffitied subway used by DS Arnott and DI Fleming for their clandestine meetings is part of Albert Clock Queen’s Square. It runs from the city centre Albert Clock to High Street, and is decorated with some of the city’s most famous street art.