2. FILMING ALAN BATES.
3. SCHLESINGER WITH RUSSIAN CAR.
4. CORAL BROWNE CROSSES WINTRY STREET.
5. THE CREW READ DURING A BREAK.
A big avalanche of photos to finish the sequence.
So, 1st photo - February 1983 and the film crew roll into the city centre to paint the town red, Kennedys Caterers providing the vodka no doubt!
Picture 2 I think may be in Commercial Street. 87 is on the door, which was insurance & finance offices at the time. Alan Bates with the brolly is being filmed in his role as spy, Guy Burgess. Director John Schlesinger is the guy in the furry hat & chunky anorak standing at the back of the car. Playwright, Alan Bennett, is the specky chap in front of the window, to the left of Schlesinger.
The 3rd image was taken in Euclid Crescent with DC Thomsons in the background. Schlesinger rehearsing a scene with a camera clamped to a Russian car.
4 is Coral Browne who portrayed herself in the film, she being the woman who met Guy Burgess in Moscow for real in 1958. Your guess is as good as mine as to which snowy (salty) corner it is.
Take 5 - the team catch up with some reading during a break. Alan Bates on the right. Possibly Exchange Street wall?
Finally, Coral Browne gets a bit of embroidery done during a rest between filming. Alan Bennett's face reflected artistically (or by fluke) in the car window.