Set dressers and vintage cars spotted as All Creatures Great and Small series two filming continues in the Yorkshire Dales

The cast and crew of All Creatures Great and Small have arrived in the Yorkshire Dales to complete the bulk of filming for the Channel Five production's second series.

Two of Grassington's shops have become a greengrocer's and a hosier's
Two of Grassington's shops have become a greengrocer's and a hosier's

After several days spent shooting in Bradford's historic Little Germany mercantile quarter - which stood in for James Herriot's home city of Glasgow in the 1930s - last month, production has now moved to key locations in the Yorkshire Dales

The crew returned to Grassington this week, where sets were once again built and dressed in the village which became the fictional town of Darrowby in the first series.

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A 1930s car seen being driven to the set near Kettlewell

In late March they were spotted filming on private farmland and in the village of Kettlewell, and 1930s cars were seen being driven to the set.

Another series two location is thought to be the spectacular Scar House Reservoir, near Pateley Bridge.

Any ecclesiastical scenes are likely to use St Wilfrid's Church in Burnsall, which appeared in the special Christmas episode, again.

Grassington's shops and other businesses were transformed into traditional vendors and local stores for the first series, and a private home nearby was used as the Skeldale House surgery.

The fictional Drovers Arms public house
Fans pose outside a shop transformed into a 1930s bakery
Film crews seen on private land near Kettlewell
A cyclist passes a crew member dressing a building as a traditional laundrette