North & South (2004 TV Mini-series)
Date set: 1851
4.86 / 5 (from 703 ratings)
Directed by: Brian Percival
Writer(s): Elizabeth Gaskell (novel), Sandy Welch
Milton (fictional town, but thought to be based on Manchester), Darkshire (fictional county in northern England)
33 Portland Place, Marylebone, London, U.K. (morgue, gentlemen's club, and the interiors of Aunt Shaw's house)
6 Fitzroy Square, Fitzrovia, London, U.K. (interiors of Thornton's house)
Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, Muswell Hill, London, U.K. (the Great Exhibition scenes)
Borthwick's Close, Old Town, Edinburgh, U.K. (Rag Alley)
Calton Old Cemetery, Edinburgh, U.K.
Carlton Hill, Edinburgh, U.K. (Margaret's walks looking out over Milton)
Dalton Mill, Keighley, West Yorkshire, U.K. (outdoor mill scenes)
Ealing Studios, Ealing, London, U.K.
Forres Street, Edinburgh, U.K. (exteriors of Aunt Shaw's house)
Guthrie Street, Old Town, Edinburgh, U.K. (steps near Marlborough Mills)
Hambleden Parish Church, Hambleden, Buckinghamshire, U.K. (Helstone church)
Helmshore Textile Museum, Rossendale, Lancashire, U.K. (indoor mill scenes)
Horsted Keynes station, Bluebell Railway, West Sussex, U.K. (station at Milton)
Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, West Yorkshire, U.K. (aerial views during the opening sequence)
Moray Place, Edinburgh, U.K.
Queen Street Mill Textile Museum, Burnley, Lancashire, U.K. (scene where Margaret enters weaving shed)
Scott's Close, Selkirk, Scottish Borders, U.K. (Higgins' house)
St. John-at-Hampstead, Church Row, Hampstead, London, U.K. (Mrs. Hale's funeral and Fanny's wedding)
St. Stephen Place, New Town, Edinburgh, U.K. (Hale's house)
St. Stephen's Church, New Town, Edinburgh, U.K. (Lyceum)
Stockbridge Market, Edinburgh, U.K.
Vintage Carriages Trust Museum of Rail Travel, Ingrow, Keighley, West Yorkshire, U.K. (railway carriages)
Warriston's Close, Old Town, Edinburgh, U.K. (where Thornton meets with Mason)
William Street, New Town, Edinburgh, U.K. (shopping scenes)
IMDb link: North & South (2004)