Twenty Yorkshire locations that appear in the new series of Victoria on ITV

Series three of period drama Victoria begins this weekend.

Duncombe Park

The first episode will air on Sunday March 24 at 9pm on ITV - more than two months after it controversially premiered on American channel PBS before being shown in the UK. The series begins in 1848, when political unrest is growing. Filming took place at these Yorkshire locations in the summer of 2018.

This showpiece of civic architecture was used for the Victorian London scenes. It also appeared as Scotland Yard in an adaptation of Agatha Christie's Poirot mystery The ABC Murders last Christmas.

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The East Yorkshire coastline stands in for the beaches of the Isle of Wight, Queen Victoria's favourite summer holiday destination.
This Tudor mansion in Leeds has been called 'the Hampton Court of the north'. It's owned by Leeds City Council and open to the public.
This Georgian townhouse in York was once a merchant's residence and later became a gentlemen's club. It's now a museum.
Originally built for the abbots of St Mary's Abbey, this medieval building was once the seat of the Council of the North during King Henry VIII's reign. It later became the Governor of York's residence and is now part of the University of York.
The old assizes court was part of the fortified complex once known as York Castle, where the city's prisons and law courts stood alongside Clifford's Tower. It stands in for Dublin City Hall in Victoria.
Castle Green was also known as the Eye of York because it was the centre of the city's institutions of justice. The old debtor's and women's prisons have now become York Castle Museum.
Hull's oldest thoroughfare is known for its Georgian and Victorian mercantile architecture, which includes Wilberforce House. It was used for the scenes set in Victorian London.
This English Heritage-owned stately home in Doncaster was used for interior shots of Osborne House, Queen Victoria's summer residence on the Isle of Wight. It was built in 1861.
The ancestral seat of the earls of Harewood, who are still resident in the house, has been used to stand in for Buckingham Palace since the first series and is expected to appear again as Queen Victoria's home
The Grade I-listed building is a medieval guildhall built in 1357, and it is the largest timber-framed building in the country still used for its original purpose. The Company of Merchant Adventurers still own the hall
Castle Howard has been used as Kensington Palace, another royal residence, since the first series. It's most famous for its appearance in Brideshead Revisited
The house and estate near Wetherby are still family-owned. Bramham appears as a royal residence
England's 'forgotten' stately home near Rotherham actually has a facade longer than Buckingham Palace's. Was used for more Osborne House interior scenes. Currently undergoing a major restoration.
This Victorian gothic house near Selby is the Yorkshire seat of the Dukes of Norfolk, and occupied by the current Duke's brother. It appears as Windsor Castle in Victoria
The Minster is used to stand in for Westminster Abbey
Another Victorian gothic house, this time near Harrogate, that appears in previous series
This Georgian country house near Ripon, which is still family-owned, is a regular on our screens - it recently appeared in Peaky Blinders. Used for interior scenes set at Osborne House.
The estate near Helmsley in the North York Moors is the seat of the Barons Feversham, and they still own the house. Used for exterior shots of Buckingham Palace.
Whitby has appeared in the first two series of Victoria