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Scottish locations where we can reconstruct a sorcery of a Harry Potter films

November 14th, 2015 by admin | Filed under Blog.
  • Stunning Glenfinnan Viaduct stared in 2002’s Harry Potter and a Chamber of Secrets during a drifting automobile scene
  • Eilean na Moine and Loch Eilt hosted some of a saddest scenes – as good as being Dumbledore’s final resting place
  • A 120ft condemned sign was used for 10-days by crews to film a stage where Harry hides from a dragon in a battle

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From a mark where Harry Potter degraded a dragon to a impulse Ron Weasley detected a suggested impression from a Dursleys- here are some of Scotland’s overwhelming lochs, waterfalls and railways that have been featured in a films.

After attack a large shade in 2001, a scene-stealing locations have served as a backdrop over a years in a films formed on J.K. Rowling’s 7 successful books.

MailOnline Travel takes a cinematic discuss of a films’ many pleasing and iconic spots sparse opposite a overwhelming nation for fans penetrating to embark on their possess Scottish adventure.

Glenfinnan Viaduct, Lochaber

Stunning Glenfinnan Viaduct stared in 2002's Harry Potter and a Chamber of Secrets during a drifting automobile scene

Stunning Glenfinnan Viaduct stared in 2002’s Harry Potter and a Chamber of Secrets during a drifting automobile scene

The scene that saw Harry Potter and Ron Weasley drifting above a railway in a Ford Anglia after evading from a a Dursleys

The scene that saw Harry Potter and Ron Weasley drifting above a railway in a Ford Anglia after evading from a a Dursleys

This illusory railway is one Scotland’s many now recognizable locations in propinquity to a Harry Potter films.

Released in 2002, Harry Potter and a Chamber of Secrets featured a viaduct in a stage that saw Daniel Radcliffe, who plays Potter, and Ron Weasley drifting above a railway in a Ford Anglia after evading from a a Dursleys – who had sealed Harry up.

The viaduct also facilities in a Prisoner of Azkaban, when Harry encounters a Dementor for a really initial time.

If we wanted to cranky a lane Hogwart’s Express-style locomotive, we could. West Coast Railways run a use between May and October.

Loch Shiel, Lochaber

At a finish of a sixth film - a Half-Blood Prince - Harry and Hermione can be seen looking out over a loch from a Astronomy Tower

At a finish of a sixth film – a Half-Blood Prince – Harry and Hermione can be seen looking out over a loch from a Astronomy Tower

This mesmerising loch in a Scottish Highlands has been used countless times via a films as a backdrop for Hogwarts.

Loch Shiel is a plcae of a Black Lake in a films and facilities in both a Prisoner of Azkaban and a Half-Blood Prince.

Harry and Hermione are seen looking out over a loch from a Astronomy Tower in a shot during a finish of a sixth film.

Clachaig Gully and Torren Lochan, Glencoe

Hagrid's hovel was temporarily located in Clachaig Gully and Torren Lochan in Glencoe - but was sadly demolished shortly after

Hagrid’s hovel was temporarily located in Clachaig Gully and Torren Lochan in Glencoe – but was sadly demolished shortly after

This is another of a overwhelming Highlands locations in Lochaber that featured in a strike array of films.

During production, crews built a set for Hagrid’s Hut here- that seemed in Prisoner of Azkaban.

The Hut was sadly demolished shortly after. Tourists can still revisit a plcae nonetheless to take in a illusory scenery, unaware a Torren Lochan.

Eilean na Moine and Loch Eilt, Lochaber

Eilean na Moine and Loch Eilt are home to some of a films saddest moments - as good as being Dumbledore's final resting place

Eilean na Moine and Loch Eilt are home to some of a films saddest moments – as good as being Dumbledore’s final resting place

Eilean na Moine and Loch Eilt are a pleasing locations that are home to some of a films saddest moments.

The site is a final resting place of a much-loved Dumbledore as good as a place where Harry detected that BuckBeck – a hippogruff – was to be put down.

In a Deathly Hallows partial one, this overwhelming plcae also became a backdrop for a intolerable impulse when Voldemort stole a Elder Wand.

Loch Arkaig, Lochaber

The loch was used as Hogwarts Lake - however due to a series of midges, a scenes involving actors were done during Virginia Water Lake

The loch was used as Hogwarts Lake – however due to a series of midges, a scenes involving actors were done during Virginia Water Lake

This relaxed plcae was digitally combined to Eilean na Moine and Loch Eilt, Lochaber in a bid to make Dumbledore’s final resting place seem some-more scenic. 

Harry Potter and a Deathly Hallows partial dual starts with Voldemort appropriation a Elder Wand with Loch Arkaig’s perspective digitally added.

Landscape scenes of a Hogwarts Lake were shot during Loch Arkaig for a while, however due to a series of midges, a lakeside scenes involving actors were done during Virginia Water Lake in Surrey. 

Steall Falls, Glen Nevis 

You might also recognize a Steall Falls during Glen Nevis from a Tri-Wizard Tournament in a Goblet of Fire, that was expelled in 2005

You might also recognize a Steall Falls during Glen Nevis from a Tri-Wizard Tournament in a Goblet of Fire, that was expelled in 2005

The overwhelming H2O underline is a second-highest of a kind in Britain and can be seen in a credentials of Quidditch compare scenes via a films.

You might also recognize a Steall Falls during Glen Nevis from a Tri-Wizard Tournament in a Goblet of Fire, that was expelled in 2005.

Harry Potter also battled opposite a Hungarian Horntail dragon in front of a falls. 

Black Rock Gorge, Ross and Cromarty

The low sign is also pronounced to be condemned by a internal peeress - she did not however make an coming during a 10-days filming

The low sign is also pronounced to be condemned by a internal peeress – she did not however make an coming during a 10-days filming

During a Tri-Wizard Tournament in a Goblet of Fire, Harry primarily hides from a dragon inside a 120ft sign in Ross and Cromarty.

The low sign is also pronounced to be condemned by a internal peeress – a lady of a patio – who was lured into a inlet by a puzzling man.

Although she did not make an coming during a 10-days a stars spent on set here, locals still claim the cries that she utters can be listened from a top. 

Loch Morar, Lochaber

During a creation of The Prisoner of Azkaban, Hogwarts Lake was filmed regulating Loch Shiel, Loch Eilt, and Loch Morar nearby Fort William

During a creation of The Prisoner of Azkaban, Hogwarts Lake was filmed regulating Loch Shiel, Loch Eilt, and Loch Morar nearby Fort William

The pleasing lake with a overwhelming backdrop was comparison as a plcae for some of a films closer shots of Hogwarts Lake. 

First creation a coming in Prisoner of Azkaban, a loch, that is rumoured to be home a Morag monster, has been seen in several Harry Potter films.

During a creation of The Prisoner of Azkaban, Hogwarts Lake was filmed regulating Loch Shiel, Loch Eilt, and Loch Morar nearby Fort William. 

Glen Coe, Highland

The overwhelming plcae was home to one of a Prisoner of Azkaban's gratifying moments - when Hermione punched Malfoy in a face

The overwhelming plcae was home to one of a Prisoner of Azkaban’s gratifying moments – when Hermione punched Malfoy in a face

Filming for a third film took place in Glen Coe between May and Jun in 2003.

The monumental plcae was home to one of a Prisoner of Azkaban’s many gratifying moments – when Hermione Granger punched Malfoy in a face.

The beauty of Glen Coe – that is a glen of volcanic origins in a Highlands of Scotland – also facilities in several other Harry Potter films as a background.

Loch Etive, Argyll and Bute

After their escape, Harry and crony jump from a dragon into an ice-cold loch - a overwhelming Loch Etive, Argyll and Bute (above)

After their escape, Harry and crony jump from a dragon into an ice-cold loch – a overwhelming Loch Etive, Argyll and Bute (above)

After violation into Gringotts to take a Cup of Helga Hufflepuff – that is a Horcrux of Voldemort – Harry, Ron and Hermione shun from a wizarding bank on a behind of a dragon.

After their escape, a contingent are forced to jump from a dragon and they tumble into an ice-cold loch – a overwhelming Loch Etive, Argyll and Bute.

Quickly removing out, a organisation of crony frame down to dry their wardrobe and Harry and Ron argue.

For any ramblers or penetrating photographers this plcae is nonetheless another Scottish gem. 


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