See the Yorkshire filming locations for Peaky Blinders ahead of series five premiere

The fifth series of hit gang drama Peaky Blinders premieres at Birmingham Town Hall tonight - but here are the Yorkshire locations that have been used to film the show.

By John Blow
Thursday, 18th July 2019, 6:00 pm
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Here are some of the most recent or impressive spots chosen by producers to shoot in the region.

Bradford City Hall is one of the few Yorkshire locations used in the filming of series five of Peaky Blinders - but what a choice to make.
The city's Victorian centrepiece was used to depict an art gallery in the first series of Peaky Blinders.

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Leeds City Varieties was another grandiose location picked to feature in the gang drama's first series.
Filming for series one took place at Newby Hall in the autumn of 2012 and included scenes in the cellars, billiards room, gardens and the statue gallery, which doubled as Birmingham Museum.
This North Yorkshire beauty spot was another place frequented by the Shelby clan.
It would have been rude to shoot a period drama in Yorkshire without stopping by Salts Mill in Saltaire, so naturally the Peaky Blinders producers made good use of it.
The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway has been used to portray bygone era railway scenes in the series.
Producershired production offices and studio space at Studio 81 on Kirkstall Road in Leeds for the first series of Peaky Blinders.