These scenes from ITV's Victoria were shot at Wentworth Woodhouse in Yorkshire

A rear view of Wentworth Woodhouse
A rear view of Wentworth Woodhouse
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The third series of ITV's Victoria drew to a close this week - having featured several scenes shot at one of Yorkshire's grandest stately homes.

Wentworth Woodhouse, near Rotherham, which is currently undergoing a major restoration, was used as a filming location thanks to its grand facade - which is longer than the frontage of Buckingham Palace - and other period features.

The Whistlejacket Room stood in for a French royal palace

The Whistlejacket Room stood in for a French royal palace

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The house is the ancestral seat of the Earls Fitzwilliam, but the family left after World War Two and it was leased out to a number of tenants, including a ladies' teacher training college. It was later privately owned and in recent years has been taken over by a preservation trust who aim to fully open it to the public.

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Many of the rooms are in a state of disrepair and the trust faces a huge restoration bill to return Europe's largest privately-owned house to its past glory - and ensure if can rival Castle Howard and Harewood for majesty.

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Hiring the mansion and its grounds out to TV and film production companies has proved a useful source of income - the house has also featured in The Darkest Hour, The Thirteenth Tale and Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell.

A French palace

A tour of the Whistlejacket Room

A tour of the Whistlejacket Room

In episode one, King Louis Phillipe of France flees his palace during the French Revolution in 1848. These scenes were filmed in the Whistlejacket Room and Marble Saloon at Wentworth.

A boxing match

In episode two, Queen Victoria drives past a boxing match in some parkland. This scene used the Camelia House in Wentworth's gardens - it's currently roofless and almost derelict, and is scheduled to undergo restoration work.

A London slum

The main facade of Wentworth Woodhouse

The main facade of Wentworth Woodhouse

The slum visited by Prince Albert is actually a passageway called Dog Kennel Alley, which runs from a staff office in the house to an external courtyard called Fives Court that's currently empty.

Dog Kennel Alley also appeared in the cholera outbreak scenes in episode four.

Hospital scene

A dramatic hospital scene featuring cholera victims was shot in the Pink Corridor outside Wentworth's gift shop and cafe.

Other Yorkshire locations

Over 20 locations in Yorkshire have been used for filming the three series of Victoria - the full list of them is here.