‘Outlander’ Returns to the 1940s, Shooting in Glasgow

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Today and yesterday, Outlander has returned to the 1940s and is filming scenes with Caitriona Balfe and Tobias Menzies in Glasgow, Scotland.  There are a few behind the scenes photos from both The Herald Scotland and from fans who were able to catch the action. Lucky fans!

If you know of any other photos from this shooting period and they are not in this post, please let us know.

From The Herald Scotland:

“The show, which has £50 million budget, is set to take audiences by storm once all 16 episodes are completed.

And George Square is the latest in a series of Scottish locations to be featured.

Based on the bestselling novels of US author Diana Galbaldon, the show follows the adventures of a 20th century nurse, Claire Randall, played by Irish model and actress Balfe, as she travels back through time from 1946 to 17th century Scotland.

George Square is being used today to shoot scenes from Clare’s 1940s life.”

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Update: A fan emailed us her three pictures she took.  You can clearly see Caitriona and Tobias in these shots.  Thanks, Barbara!

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Update #2: Glasgow STV has an article and they found more photos of shooting in Glasgow on Twitter. If the below photos are not in a Twitter box, then they are from the STV article.

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