Fans

Fans are one of the biggest parts of the site, you’re probably a fan reading this right now. We couldn’t build this site without you,  and so many of you have contributed to make this Fansite what it is. At the 2013 Convention in Newcastle, both Franc Roddam  and Ian La Frenais remarked on how only ‘Fans’ could build such an in-depth and loved site. I have a lot of ‘Fans’ to thank for  contributing, many of whom have a Fan page below.  If you have any Location pictures or videos and would like them displayed on the site, please get in touch using the Contact link.  Note: The following pictures have been displayed on the Fansite with the consent of the original owner.  Copyright: Do not copy or use any of the following pictures without prior permission. 

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If you have something to add, whether it be pictures, a magazine interview or something else, we would love to have it on the Fansite! Please use the Contact link above in the navigation bar and Email us.
Tim Wagstaff       
Tim has been a leading contributer to the site since we began in 2012. Tim’s Auf Wiedersehen, Pet location videos which feature Thornely Manor, The Barley Mow, The Trout Stream, Sir James’ House, Central Studios and his latest video which features locations in Newcastle. These videos are full of locations from Series 2, and a treat for those fans who cannot visit the locations.
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Richard Hill      
The ‘Fan’ that started it all! I am sure Richard Hill is a name Auf Wiedersehen, Pet fans will recognise, mainly due to the fact that Richard and his co star Stephen are responsible for the earliest, Auf Wiedersehen, Pet location videos posted online. Richard’s videos have racked up more than 35,000 views on You Tube.
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Lee Briggs      
Lee Briggs is an Auf Wiedersehen, Pet fan who has been up and down the country, hunting down and finding locations used in Series 2 and 3 of the show. From the bus stop used by The Ghost, to The Captain Cook pub used in Series 3.
More Info Tony McGrath
On the 28th October 2012, Tony McGrath visited Beesthorpe Hall aka Thornley Manor for what could be the last time. Tony got some of the last pictures before a new owner moved in to the Hall in late 2012.
More Info Chris McVeigh & Fred
Chris McVeigh and the not too camera shy “Fred”, have visited a few locations used in Series 2 of the show. From The Cross Keys, to The Barley Mow and a few more.
More Info Gary Basford
Gary Basford, has sent in these fantastic pictures of Beesthorpe Hall aka Thornley Manor and The Windmill aka The Barley Mow from 1986, just months after filming took place.With these pictures, Gary helped settle an argument that had puzzled many Auf Wiedersehen, Pet fans for years, ‘was The Windmill used for the interior shots we see on screen?...’ The answer, no.
More Info Brian & Paul Logue
Brian and Paul Logue have visited many of the locations which have featured in series 2. From Thornley Manor to The Barley Mow, and many more.
More Info Andy Patrick
Andy Patrick was given these pictures by a local resident, who took them whilst filming was taking place in 1985. Some of the pictures are from the ‘Another Country’ episode. Andy is also responsible for the in depth Beco Building Site Guide, which you can view here.
More Info Dale Hanson
Dale Hanson and his father, visited many of the locations used in Series 2 of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. From Ally Frasers ‘Scanda Sauna’ location to The Barley Mow, and many more. Dale has also visited a couple of locations as featured in Series 1, and contributes regularly to the Fansite.
More Info Michael Cotrill
Micheal Cottrill a fan of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet has been visiting the locations featured in Series 2. From Thornley Manor, to the Bus Stop used by the Ghost in Series 2.
More Info Phil & Lee Clements
Phil and Lee Clements went one step further when visiting Beesthorpe Hall as used in Series 2 as Thornely Manor, they actually worked on it! When visiting the manor, the decided that they could repay Mrs Matthews generosity by helping out around the Hall.
More Info Philip Yare & Friends
Philip Yare and a bunch of his friends visited Dusseldorf, and decided to take in a few of the locations used in Series 1. From the bar we see in ‘When The Boat Goes Out’ to the spot we see Oz skipping happily in ‘The Lovers’.
More Info Steve Turner
Steve Turner visited Beesthorpe Hall back in 2006, and has some of the only pictures we have seen from round the back of Barry’s House in Beeston. Oh, and yes that is Big Baz!
More Info Shirley and Alistair Pollard
Shirley and Alistair Pollard have added something very unique to the world of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. Shane Spall, wife of Tim, has even commented on Twitter about how fantastic Shirley’s creations are! Alistair made some very unique one off items for the 2014 Fan Gathering. Make sure you keep an eye on the Forum for her latest creations going on sale!
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Paul Waine
Paul Waine has visited some of the locations as seen in the Spanish episodes from Series 2. Many of these locations have changed over the years, but with many of the older buildings still making it possible to make out the original filming spots.
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Fans

Fans are one of the biggest parts of the site, you’re  probably a fan reading this right now. We couldn’t build  this site without you, and so many of you have contributed  to make this Fansite what it is. At the 2013 Convention in  Newcastle, both Franc Roddam and Ian La Frenais  remarked on how only ‘Fans’ could build such an in-depth  and loved site. I have a lot of ‘Fans’ to thank for  contributing, many of whom have a Fan page below.  If you have any Location pictures or videos and would like  them displayed on the site, please get in touch using the  Contact link.  Note: The following pictures have been displayed on the  Fansite with the consent of the original owner.  Copyright: Do not copy or use any of the following  pictures without prior permission. 
© Auf Wiedersehen, Pet
Tim Wagstaff       
Tim has been a leading contributer to the site since  we began in 2012.  Tim’s Auf Wiedersehen, Pet location videos which feature  Thornely Manor, The Barley Mow, The Trout Stream, Sir  James’ House, Central Studios and his latest video which  features locations in Newcastle. These videos are full of locations from Series 2, and a  treat for those fans who cannot visit the locations.  
More Info
Richard Hill      
The ‘Fan’ that started it all! I am sure Richard Hill is a name Auf Wiedersehen, Pet  fans will recognise, mainly due to the fact that Richard and  his co star Stephen are responsible for the earliest, Auf  Wiedersehen, Pet location videos posted online. Richard’s  videos have racked up more than 35,000 views on You  Tube.
More Info
Lee Briggs      
Lee Briggs is an Auf Wiedersehen, Pet fan who has been  up and down the country, hunting down and finding  locations used in Series 2 and 3 of the show. From the bus  stop used by The Ghost, to The Captain Cook pub used in  Series 3. 
More Info Tony McGrath
On the 28th October 2012, Tony McGrath visited  Beesthorpe Hall aka Thornley Manor for what could be  the last time. Tony got some of the last pictures before a  new owner moved in to the Hall in late 2012. 
More Info Chris McVeigh & Fred
Chris McVeigh and the not too camera shy “Fred”, have  visited a few locations used in Series 2 of the show. From  The Cross Keys, to The Barley Mow and a few more. 
More Info Gary Basford
Gary Basford, has sent in these fantastic pictures of  Beesthorpe Hall aka Thornley Manor and The Windmill  aka The Barley Mow from 1986, just months after filming  took place.With these pictures, Gary helped settle an  argument that had puzzled many Auf Wiedersehen, Pet  fans for years, ‘was The Windmill used for the interior  shots we see on screen?...’ The answer, no. 
More Info Brian & Paul Logue
Brian and Paul Logue have visited many of the locations  which have featured in series 2. From Thornley Manor to  The Barley Mow, and many more. 
More Info Andy Patrick
Andy Patrick was given these pictures by a local resident,  who took them whilst filming was taking place in 1985.  Some of the pictures are from the ‘Another Country’  episode.  Andy is also responsible for the in depth Beco Building  Site Guide, which you can view here. 
More Info Dale Hanson
Dale Hanson and his father, visited many of the  locations used in Series 2 of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. From  Ally Frasers ‘Scanda Sauna’ location to The Barley Mow,  and many more. Dale has also visited a couple of  locations as featured in Series 1, and contributes  regularly to the Fansite. 
More Info Michael Cotrill
Micheal Cottrill a fan of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet has been  visiting the locations featured in Series 2. From Thornley  Manor, to the Bus Stop used by the Ghost in Series 2. 
More Info Phil & Lee Clements
Phil and Lee Clements went one step further when  visiting Beesthorpe Hall as used in Series 2 as Thornely  Manor, they actually worked on it! When visiting the  manor, the decided that they could repay Mrs Matthews  generosity by helping out around the Hall. 
More Info Philip Yare & Friends
Philip Yare and a bunch of his friends visited Dusseldorf,  and decided to take in a few of the locations used in  Series 1. From the bar we see in ‘When The Boat Goes  Out’ to the spot we see Oz skipping happily in ‘The  Lovers’. 
More Info Steve Turner
Steve Turner visited Beesthorpe Hall back in 2006, and  has some of the only pictures we have seen from round  the back of Barry’s House in Beeston.  Oh, and yes that is Big Baz! 
More Info Shirley and Alistair Pollard
Shirley and Alistair Pollard have added something very  unique to the world of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet. Shane Spall,  wife of Tim, has even commented on Twitter about how  fantastic Shirley’s creations are! Alistair made some very  unique one off items for the 2014 Fan Gathering.  Make sure you keep an eye on the Forum for her latest  creations going on sale! 
More Info
Paul Waine
Paul Waine has visited some of the locations as seen in  the Spanish episodes from Series 2. Many of these  locations have changed over the years, but with many of  the older buildings still making it possible to make out the  original filming spots. 
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