A little bit of on screen magic was captured right here in Yorkshire

Famous Harry Potter filming locations in Yorkshire - and five other famous blockbusters shot here

A little bit of on screen magic was captured right here in Yorkshire.

Do you recognise any of these locations from the Harry Potter franchise? Yorkshire provided the backdrop for a number of famous scenes, along with some other popular blockbusters.

This natural limestone rock formation is easily recognised in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One, appearing in the tense scene where Harry and Hermione hide from Lord Voldemort in a rocky camp.

1. Malham Cove

This natural limestone rock formation is easily recognised in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One, appearing in the tense scene where Harry and Hermione hide from Lord Voldemort in a rocky camp.
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This fellow Yorkshire train station also made it into the films, with the bridge which Harry and Hagrid walk over at Kings Cross actually being filmed in York.

2. York Train Station

This fellow Yorkshire train station also made it into the films, with the bridge which Harry and Hagrid walk over at Kings Cross actually being filmed in York.
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Goathland on the North York Moors Railway, between Whitby and Pickering, was used as the location for Hogsmede station, where Hogwarts students were dropped off at the start of their school term.

3. Goathland Station

Goathland on the North York Moors Railway, between Whitby and Pickering, was used as the location for Hogsmede station, where Hogwarts students were dropped off at the start of their school term.
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York's charming cobbled street served as the inspiration for Diagon Alley, with the film designers visiting before building the set. Fans can now visit The Shop That Must Not Be Named, which sells an array of Potter memorabilia.

4. The Shambles

York's charming cobbled street served as the inspiration for Diagon Alley, with the film designers visiting before building the set. Fans can now visit The Shop That Must Not Be Named, which sells an array of Potter memorabilia.
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