The eclectic city of Bradford in West Yorkshire has been the backdrop for many famous English movies and is the world's first UNESCO City of Film.
Bradford has supported many major movies, from iconic classics such as The Railway Children to contemporary blockbusters like The King’s Speech. You can follow the movie trail and stand where the stars stood, including famous British actors like Colin Firth and Julie Walters.
Bradford was the world’s first UNESCO City of Film because of the city’s rich film heritage and its inspirational movie locations, so it is an essential visit for any film fan. Once you have explored the district make sure you spend a few hours in Bradford at the National Media Museum and uncover the inside secrets of film and television.
The city of Bradford is 203 miles (326km) north of London by road. A direct train takes approximately 3 hours 20 minutes.
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