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1hr 37mins
Dir: Sharon Maguire
Starring: Renée Zellweger and Hugh Grant

A single woman in her thirties looks for love in the wrong places

Based on Helen Fielding’s 1996 novel of the same name there are three trains in this successful ‘romcom’, all of which are Class 319 EMU’s. The first shows a partially obscured shot of a Thameslink-liveried example passing behind The Globe Pub in Borough Market, which is followed by a night shot of another in the same location. The last shows a Connex-liveried example crossing the Ouse Valley Viaduct near Balcombe. The best railway scenes however were filmed at London Liverpool Street but then deleted from the movie. These deleted scenes can be found on the DVD and also include an additional shot of the frontage to St Pancras station and a good shot a train of ‘Networker’ EMU’s in the Borough Market area. The film was followed by Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (qv).

The Thameslink-liveried Class 319 passes behind The Globe pub, a common feature of several films on this website including all three Bridget Jones movies.
The same location a little while later has an unidentified Class 319 passing above Bedale Street.
The Connex-liveried example crossing the Ouse Valley Viaduct is almost certainly one of the seven Class 319/2’s dedicated to the Victoria-Brighton express services.
St Pancras station on a snowy day. The station appears as a deleted scene on the DVD.
The platforms at London Liverpool Street in one of the deleted scenes. From the back: a Class 317 EMU in the short-lived LT&S ‘NSE green stripe’ livery, another Class 317 in the original WAGN livery, and a rare shot of a vintage Class 312 EMU in Great Eastern colours.
In the final deleted scene worthy of inclusion, a formation of ‘Networker’ EMU’s passes Borough Market lead by a pair of two-car Class 466’s.