Pictures have emerged of a dramatic crash scene that was filmed for the upcoming series of The Bay, which is set and filmed in Morecambe.
Ian Bradshaw shared pictures of the dramatic ‘crash’, which was being filmed on Marine Road Central.
The pictures show a deconstructed and damaged vehicle with debris on the floor.
Roads around the promenade were closed last week so that filming could take place.
After posting the pictures dozens of fans commented on the pictures.
One person said: “It looked so real, good pictures.”
“They shut the prom off for that!?,” said another.
A third commenter said: “Awesome pictures.”
According to ITV, filming for the fifth season of the crime drama began in July.
The series sees Marsha Thomason remain as Morecambe major investigation unit’s (MIU) family liaison officer, DS Jenn Townsend.
Cast regulars Daniel Ryan, Erin Shanagher and Andrew Dowbiggin. will join the team in Morecambe.
Barry Sloane returns as Chris Fischer. Georgia Scholes plays Chris’s daughter Erin, and David Carpenter and Emme Hayes return as Conor and Maddie, Jenn’s children. Suzanne Packer (Casualty, Keeping Faith) joins as Jenn’s mum, Anne Townsend.
When 23-year-old university student, Hannah, is found dead on the edge of the docks, Morecambe’s MIU team has another case to solve. Jenn, who is returning to work following the death of her father, pushes aside her own grief to support Hannah’s bitterly divided family.
With the stakes of the investigation high, Jenn and the team dig deeper into the case, they uncover hidden friendships and secret liaisons as the anger rises in the student community.
As intensity increases, and the team peel back the complicated layers of Hannah’s life and the secrets within it, Jenn must reconcile her personal and professional struggles as she grapples to solve the case, come to terms with her own loss and build bridges with her family.
Joining the new series as guest cast are Leanne Best (The Walk-In, Cold Feet), Neil Maskell (Hijack, Kill List), David Troughton (A Very Peculiar Place, New Tricks), Stephen Wight (Screw, I May Destroy You) and Ceallach Spellman (Better, White Lines). Tara Lynne O’Neill (The Full Monty, Derry Girls) joins as Sinead, as DI Tony Manning’s new partner
Catherine Oldfield, creative director of Tall Story Pictures and executive producer of The Bay said: “We are thrilled to be coming back to our beloved Morecambe for another series. Daragh has written yet another captivating and emotional series which we know will enthral The Bay fans.
“We are so excited to start filming with Marsha, Dan and the team.”