Crowcombe

Crowcombe is a village and civil parish under the Quantock Hills in Somerset, England, 5.5 miles (9 km) south east of Watchet, and 8 miles (13 km) from Taunton in the Taunton Deane district. The village has a population of 500.

The parish covers the hamlets of Crowcombe Heathfield, Flaxpool, Halsway, Lawford and Triscombe.

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Crowcombe Heathfield Railway Station - Films Made At Crowcombe
... Several films and television programmes have been shot at Crowcombe A Hard Day's Night (1964) featured The Beatles and was filmed in 1964 at London Marylebone station and on the Taunton to Minehead branchline ... A scene in which the band ran alongside a train was filmed near Crowcombe ... filmed on the West Somerset Railway and included scenes filmed at many stations including Crowcombe Heathfield ...
Grade I Listed Buildings In West Somerset - Buildings
... ST009426 Church of the Holy Ghost 22 !14th century Crowcombe ST140367 Crowcombe Court 35 !1793 Crowcombe ST140367 Culbone Church 01 !Pre-Norman Culbone SS842482 ...
West Somerset Railway - Films and Television
... Marylebone station and on the Minehead branch, much of it in and around Crowcombe ... The Belstone Fox (1973), a children's film, partly shot along the line near Crowcombe (village), chronicling the life of a fox much smarter than the dogs that hunt him ... The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1988), a BBC television mini-series was filmed at Crowcombe Heathfield ...
Crowcombe Heathfield Railway Station - History
... Crowcombe Heathfield station was first opened on 31 March 1862 when the West Somerset Railway was opened from Norton Junction to Watchet ... On 1 December 1889 the station was renamed as plain “Crowcombe” to avoid confusion with Heathfield (Devon) on the Moretonhampstead branch in Devon ... It was still known as Crowcombe for a while but the name was returned to Crowcombe Heathfield in 1991 ...