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locations needed

hi vince, I need to know where the following locations are please, can you help? the first one is "the witching hour" the opening part as the big jaguar speeds around the corner, and swings out of the way to avoid the ford anglia van.'do you know this location' we then see the tractor pull out from the side of a field to slow the jaguar down as they travel very slowly at the side of a long high brick wall (maybe a farm out-building) lined with tree cover overhead, then the tractor pulls out of the way to the left side to allow the jaguar to drive on 'where is this location' also is this the same location in "the magic face" after catweazle escapes with from albury park, we see him being followed by the plum tr6 into a dirt track lane, catweazle hides by a tree as the car passes by (again we see a long high brick wall) she then spots him in the mirror and turns the car around as carrot arrives on his bike. 'do you know this location'. and the last one is "the curse of rapkin" the part at which catweazle is in the road looking at the "slow" on the road, there appears to be a gateway on either side of the road to a field which carrot comes and goes through. again 'do you know this location' many thanks jimmy lee. p.s. (a new broom sweeps well, but an old one knows all the corners)

Town/City birmingham

Country uk