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The 21 Yorkshire stately homes that have been used for film and TV shoots

These country houses in Yorkshire have all appeared on our screens.

They've been used as filming locations for movies, TV costume dramas and other projects.

The family-owned stately home in North Yorkshire has appeared twice as Brideshead Castle in two different adaptations of Evelyn Waugh's novel Brideshead Revisited, in 1981 and 2008

1. Castle Howard

The family-owned stately home in North Yorkshire has appeared twice as Brideshead Castle in two different adaptations of Evelyn Waugh's novel Brideshead Revisited, in 1981 and 2008
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This house near Rotherham is being restored. Has appeared as Buckingham Palace in ITV's Victoria and in WW2 epic The Darkest Hour. House of Commons scenes in Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell were shot here too

2. Wentworth Woodhouse

This house near Rotherham is being restored. Has appeared as Buckingham Palace in ITV's Victoria and in WW2 epic The Darkest Hour. House of Commons scenes in Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell were shot here too
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Family-owned estate near Wetherby where scenes from Victoria, The Darkest Hour and The Syndicate were all shot

3. Bramham Park

Family-owned estate near Wetherby where scenes from Victoria, The Darkest Hour and The Syndicate were all shot
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This well-preserved Victorian house in Doncaster was the home of a coal mine-owning family. Has appeared in Victoria and The Darkest Hour

4. Brodsworth Hall

This well-preserved Victorian house in Doncaster was the home of a coal mine-owning family. Has appeared in Victoria and The Darkest Hour
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