Chinnor Station has appeared in the popular TV series Midsomer Murders on several occasions. In March 2007 the station became Holm Lane Junction for Death in a Chocolate Box, which was produced by Bentley Productions and first shown on ITV on the 11 May 2008, and because of demand it has been repeated many times since. Station signs were changed, buffers were installed and the station platform and train were drenched with water, all to help create the illusion. You can also see several more images below which were captured by our volunteers Trevor and Rob on the day of filming. See also The Made to Measure Murders and Wainhill (which is a little further up the Line). Why not come along and visit the station, take those memorable images on your own camera and, of course, do please ride the Railway!
Thame Midsomer Tours: fans of Midsomer Murders from all over the world, eager to see some of the filming locations for themselves, often arrive in nearby Thame looking to find them! Thame has been used extensively for filming many episodes, sometimes as Causton and sometimes as any one of the many Midsomer villages. What’s more most of the villages around Thame – such as Chinnor, Long Crendon, Cuddington, Great Haseley, Sydenham, Bledlow, and many more – have also been extensively used for filming. And the more adventurous fans venture out into the surrounding countryside to find those locations nearby.