Pink Floyd: The Wall Locations
Under their watchful eye, the following special places were used for filming "Pink Floyd: The Wall":
The movie was filmed in London, England and Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
The school segments weer filmed at The Royal Masonic School, Bushey, Hertfordshire, England U.K.
80s movie freaks will recognize this school from it's usage in "Lifeforce" and "Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life".
Royal Horticultural Society halls, Vincent Square, London SW1 - fascist rally sequence. [Thanks to David Sibson]
The filming location used for the train scene in 'The happiest days of our lives' was filmed on the Keighley, worth valley railway the exact film location was filmed at Mytholmes tunnel, Haworth, West yorkshire. [Thanks to John Cartwright]
The war scenes were all filmed at Saunton Sands beach in North Devon. [Thanks to Rob Down]
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