Filming on Network Rail stations and property

We’ve been managing filming in our stations and across our property portfolio since 1996, when the first Mission Impossible film shot in Liverpool Street Station.

Since then, our filming and photography service has gone from strength to strength, and we’ve helped hundreds of productions shoot the scenes they want.

Commercial (fees apply)

For more information, please visit our dedicated commercial filming pages.

News and current affairs
There is no charge for filming or photography for news or current affairs programmes related to the railway but you must seek permission first. Each request is reviewed on an individual basis and we can only grant access to those that fall within our safety guidelines. Following feedback from passengers, we do not allow vox-pops at our stations and try to avoid facilitating media during the morning and evening peaks when our stations can be extremely busy.

We can help with requests for the 20 major stations we manage (below). The other 2,500 stations are managed by the train operating companies and will need to be approached directly. National Rail Enquiries details who manages each station.

  • Birmingham New Street
  • Bristol Temple Meads
  • Clapham Junction
  • Edinburgh Waverley
  • Glasgow Central
  • Guildford
  • Leeds
  • Liverpool Lime Street
  • London Bridge
  • London Cannon Street
  • London Charing Cross
  • London Euston
  • London King's Cross
  • London Liverpool Street
  • London Paddington
  • London Victoria
  • London Waterloo
  • Manchester Piccadilly
  • Reading
  • St Pancras International*

*For enquiries relating to St Pancras International, Ebbsfleet International and Stratford International, please contact HS1 Ltd.