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Season 3

In Season 3, filming took place in various locations around our canalside village, with the majority featuring once again on the Museum’s Anchor Forge, Canal Arm & Boat Dock, as Charlie Strong’s Small Heath based Scrap Metal Yard and Tommy's Stables and the infamous setting of Arthur's tea party. Other locations included our Blacksmith's where Tommy Shelby and Father Hughes met, the Workers' Institute as the armoured vehicle plant offices, our 1930s Street where Michael arrived with a vendetta on Father Hughes and St. James's School the setting for the murder of Father Hughes in the nail biting season finale.

The production team were on the BCLM set for almost two weeks in total with 6 days of filming. Creator Steven Knight, speaking on the set of Series 3 at BCLM , said: “We are trying to film as much here as we possibly can because it’s so good and they treat us so well.  It’s our world and I think of this as our Peaky home."

The series of Peaky Blinders is centred on a famous Birmingham gang and is created by Birmingham screenwriter Steven Knight. Hollywood Actor Cillian Murphy takes on the lead role of the feared gang leader Tommy Shelby.

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Related News

Birmingham Mail: Behind the scenes on Peaky Blinders filming in the Midlands

Express & Star: IN PICTURES: Preparation begins at the Black Country Living Museum ahead of Peaky Blinders filming

PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Cillian Murphy in action on Black Country Museum set of Peaky Blinders

Below Liston to Peaky Blinders Writer, Steven Knight confirm BCLM is his favourite location, to him it is the 'Home of Peaky Blinders' (Video at 2mins17secs) 

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