Where was Elementary filmed
Elementary was filmed in New York in the United States of America and London in the United Kingdom.
Washington Square Park
Scene where Sherlock summons Watson to the park to talk about the use of carrier pigeons in their current case in episode 2x01 “Step Nine”.
Scene was shot Washington Square is a famous Greenwich Village park originally created in 1826 as the Washington Military Parade Ground. In 1850 the land was turned into a proper park and in 1889 the arch was constructed to celebrate the centennial of George Washington's inauguration designed in the style of the Arc de Triomphe. The fountain in the middle of the park was built in 1852 and extensively renovated in 1934.
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101 Park Avenue
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Scene was shot A 49 story office building constructed in 1982 that sits a block from Grand Central Station.
GPS: ['40.7509456364489', '-73.9778518606017']
Scene where Sherlock holds up a sign in front of CCTV cameras in the square to contact Langdale Pike in episode 2x01 “Step Nine”.
Scene was shot Trafalgar Square is a major public square which opened in 1844 after nearly twenty years of construction based on a design by architect John Nash. The square is named after the British naval victory at the Battle of Trafalgar and features the 218-foot Nelson's Column to commemorate the admiral lost at the battle. At the north end of the square is the National Gallery and underneath it is Charing Cross Underground Station.
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Scene was shot Original constructed back in 1935, the Clinton Diner was renovated to its current retro-futuristic look in 1965 and has gone largely unchanged since then. While the diner is most famous for its prominent and violent role in the film GoodFellas, it has been featured in countless movies and TV shows since then.
GPS: ['40.7227651', '-73.9134828']
Scene where Watson visits the grave of Gerald Castoro and encounters Joey Castoro there in episode 2x02 “Solve for X”.
Scene was shot With over 3 million burials, Calvary Cemetery is the largest graveyard in the United States. The cemetery was created by the Old St. Patrick's Cathedral in 1847 when their original cemetery on Mulberry Street filled up. By 1867 the original section of the cemetery to the west was completely full and eventually three new sections were added.
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InterContinental New York Times Square
Scene where A hooker leaves M's hotel room and then M preps for another murder in episode 1x12 “M.”.
Scene was shot A 36-storey 607-room hotel which was constructed in 2010 a block west of Times Square.
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New York Transit Museum
Scene where A woman is pushed in front of a subway car in episode 1x18 “Déjà Vu All Over Again”.
Scene was shot None
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Scene where Watson takes Sherlock to meet with a potential sponsor in episode 1x08 “The Long Fuse”.
Scene was shot A traditional diner establishment with a focus on chicken.
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Getty Petroleum Corporation
Scene where Detective Bell discovers a body in a chemical drum in episode 2x13 “All in the Family”.
Scene was shot Former transfer station situated on the shore of Newtown Creek to transfer chemicals from ships to trucks.
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