Dangerous Knowledge uses real locations where possible. These are shown against the first chapter in which they appear.
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The Boathouse pub on the River Dee in Chester. As well as the usual indoor bars it has outdoor seating including on the flat deck barge moored alongside.
Drake's house along The Groves from The Boathouse. The River Dee is behind us.
The Chester Bus Station with its planted roof. Drake and Grace drive past it on several occasions.
Hoole Road in Chester. Philippa Crehan has a house similar to this. Imogen Glass has her studio round the side to the left.
Drake's house is off to the left. In the foreground is The Moorings pub. At the end of the road is Boathouse.
The main entrance to The Boathouse pub.
Looking to the right from Drake's house, he can see The Queen's Park Bridge.
Chester Eastgate in the city centre. Drake admires the clock and checks his watch before walking under the arch.
Drake walks along The Rows. The famous raised and covered walkway round Chester city. He comes down one of the staircases placed at intervals to cross Eastgate Street and go down St Werburgh Street
On the left is where it is imagined that The Orient art gallery and shop is.
A Ming Dynasty Daybed belonging to a government dignitary. Drake sees one like this in The Orient.
The Grosvenor Hotel in Eastgate Street Chester. Drake, Grace and Dan meet here with the mysterious Miss Simpson
The view from The Cross in the foreground. Miss Simpson is told to walk from here to The Grosvenor Hotel which is on the right just before the Eastgate.
Sandy Lane, Chester. Beyond the car park on the right you can see the River Dee.
Watergate Street, Chester. Where Angela and Wang have a flat.
Brook Street, Chester. David Tong has his tattoo parlour here.
New Scotland Yard, London. Where Grace and Dan meet officers from The Met.
The famous Rows in Chester. Drake walks along on his way to The Orient.
The road from Hong Kong airport to the city.
Drake's hotel in Kowloon, Hong Kong
The view of the harbour from Drake's hotel room.
The Star Ferry taking Drake and Martin across the harbour to Hong Kong Island.
The trams that took Drake and Martin to Happy Valley.
Happy Valley, Hong Kong.
The Heritage Museum in Shatin, Hong Kong where the exhibition is.
The exhibit of Chinese Opera
The exhibtion of Imogen Glass paintings might have looked like this.
The view of Hong Kong from the house at the top of the Peak.
Two views of the Hong Kong mid-level escalators
Hollywood Road on Hong Kong Island.
Art shops on Hollywood Road, Hong Kong.
Flagstaff House. The Tea Museum.
K11 Art Mall in Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Airport
The Jewel at Changi Airport, Singapore.
The Sealand Road Industrial Estate in Chester.