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Taking liberties with geography

Late home last night, so I only just caught up with the end of the excellent The Escape Artist on BBC1. I can be hard to fool, but I had did not spot that plot twist coming, not for one second.

I have only two small queries. The first: why did the producers find it necessary to move the Kielder Forest into Scotland? The second: having established that Will’s hideaway cottage was on the East Lothian coastline with a clear view of the Bass Rock, why did they change the name of  the station from which he caught the train from Dunbar (which it was) to Berwick-upon-Tweed (which it wasn’t)?

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