All the Bright Places was filmed in Bruceville, Indiana and Ohio in the United States of America.
Elyria's Washington Avenue bridge
Scene where Theodore Finch sees Violet Markey standing on the edge of the bridge.
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Blue Flash Backyard Roller Coaster
Scene where Violet Markey and Theodore Finch visit a mini roller coaster on their journey through Indiana.
Scene was shot John Ivers, an unassuming grandfather living in Bruceville, Indiana, started the project with 10 feet of straight track in his shed, which he plopped a retrofitted car seat on top of. Simply through trial and error — without formal engineering training — he kept on building until the ride outgrew the small shed. Then he brought it outside and kept building, adding a full loop, an engine-powered conveyor chain, support towers, and flag mounts. When it was finished, he, of course, christened the roller coaster with a name: the Blue Flash. Originally built for Ivers’ five grandchildren in 2001, the ride’s unique combination of remote location, imaginative creativity, resourceful engineering, and unmatched adrenaline attracted thrill-seekers and news outlets. Blue Flash acolytes started to descend upon Bruceville from across the globe.
GPS: ['38.7811126708984', '-87.4668579101563']