More behind the scenes pictures of the filming of Death Comes To Pemberly have surfaced. This time it is the gallows scene with the specially constructed gallows – because let’s face it, gallows aren’t used that much these days.
Eliza Mellor, producer of Death Comes To Pemberley, said: “The gallows are a particularly dramatic scene from Death Comes To Pemberley, which is being made by Origin Pictures and is due to air on the BBC this Christmas.
“We filmed the scene outside York Crown Court because the surrounding buildings are perfectly in keeping with the time period. We’ve been thoroughly welcomed in York and are having a wonderful time filming in the area.”
The TV mini-series based on P.D. James’ novel of the same name is being shot in York and locations such as the Treasurer’s House, Castle Howard, Chatsworth House, and Harewood House are being used.