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Upstairs
The Upstairs area of the Surgery consists of 3 rooms:  Master bedroom, attached bathroom, and (starting
in S6) a small room across the hall that is used as James' bedroom.  The sets for these rooms were built
for use starting in Series 5.  In Series 1, 3, & 4, I suspect that they used rooms in cottages nearby for the
few scenes shot in Martin's bedroom.  Because of a picture I found from the set, I think they did create a
set for Martin's bedroom in S2.  The Overview section below has pictures and my speculation.
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The set for this area was built before the start of
Series 5.  For information about S1-4, see below.

There is the master bedroom, attached bathroom,
and James" bedroom across the hall.

We never knew how the hallway from these rooms
led to the stairwell until Martin went running for the
phone and fell down the stairs in S7E1.  The camera
following him from the bedroom and down the hall
confirmed the location of the staircase.
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Series 1
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In this series, there were 3 scenes filmed in Martin's bedroom.  In E3 he was
suffering from the intestinal issues. He was seen sitting on the side of his bed
mixing re hydration salts into a glass of water when he looks out the window and
sees Bert selling water on the Platt.  In E5 he walks into the room to retire for the
night and is surprised by Melanie waiting for him.  In E6 he is dreaming of Louisa
in his bed with him when he is awakened by the dog kissing him and hears Louisa
leaving a message about Peter Cronk's emergency on the answering machine.

The rooms, furniture, and accessories are all the same in the 3 scenes.  I believe
that they used a bedroom somewhere nearby - perhaps one in a cottage rented
by one of the cast or crew.
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Upstairs Overview
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In the first few years, I don't believe they constructed a set for the upstairs of the surgery.  Because there
were only a few scenes in Martin's bedroom in the first 4 series, I suspect that they used rooms in local
cottages where cast or crew were staying during the shooting.  See the sections below for pictures of the
rooms used in Series 1 - Series 4.

This overview will be about the rooms as they are shown starting in Series 5.  There are 4 areas:

Martin & Louisa's bedroom
James Henry's bedroom
Bathroom
Hallway leading to the stairwell
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There are 2 windows on the back wall of
this room.  The smaller one is a small
square window high on the wall next to
the entrance to the bathroom.  The
larger one is a double hung window that
has blue stained glass pieces in all 4
corners, with opaque pieces between at
the top and bottom of the window.

The larger window has a roller shade
that is sometimes pulled all the way
down and sometimes pulled partway
down the window.
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This cute little fireplace sits
on the wall in the corner next
to Louisa's side of the bed.
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The evolution of Martin's wardrobe is a bit of a head scratcher.  We first saw it in S3E7 when he went into it twice as
he was dressing for the non-wedding.  But the wardrobe was built into the wall in a bedroom that really does not
look like it was a set.  Not only do the walls and doors look far different than the ones we normally see on the sets
for this show, but none of the furniture or the accessories were seen either before or after these scenes were
shot for S3 - which usually indicates that they used a furnished room somewhere nearby.

The first time we glimpse the wardrobe in the newly constructed bedroom set is midway through S5, and it seems to
perfectly match the one from S3.  As time passes, every glimpse we see of the wardrobe confirms that it's the same
front as the S3 one, with one exception - it doesn't have the cross hatch design above because the slope of the
ceiling doesn't leave room for it.  But!  The interior is identical - with the exact same wallpaper lining the walls.

So, it's confounding that the built in wardrobe from the bedroom they used in S3 ended up on the new set.  But
then I remembered a photo (taken on the set) that I found online a few years earlier that contained that same
wardrobe -  although the rest of the room that was visible wasn't familiar.  Looking at it again, I noticed the
unusual design of the bedside table and looked back at some screenshots - it's a perfect match for the one from
S2.  In that series there were only a couple of very quick scenes that were shot through the door and all you saw
was a little bit of the bed and that table.  So I think that they constructed a room on the set for S2 that had the
wardrobe in the corner, but that area of the room never ended up on camera.

My theory now is that it was constructed for S2 and never seen.  So, it was somehow fitted into the room for those
couple of scenes in S3, and then permanently installed in the room that they built on the set starting in S5.
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Series 3
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On the left is a screenshot
from S2.  On the right is a
photo from the set that I
believe was a corner of
that room constructed for
S2.  Notice that the
bedside table matches the
one from the screenshot -
and the finish on the bed
also seem to match.
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Here is a shot that shows the wall above
the wardrobe.  Because of the angled roof
line there wasn't room to use the
decorative crosshatch piece above.
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The shot on the left
is from S3, and on
the right from S6,
showing the same
wallpaper.
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Another clue that this is the same piece used
in all three places is the broken piece of wood
just above the door hinge.

You can see the same flaw in the wood in the
unseen wardrobe from S2 (right), the bedroom
used for S3 (below left), and the bedroom built
on the set for S5 + (below right).
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James Henry's Bedroom
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James started sleeping in a crib in Martin & Louisa's bedroom, but moved into his own room across the hall in
Series 6.  This room was also used as a guest bedroom for Martin's mother in S6 and for Martin in S7 before he
moved out of the Surgery.  

In one scene, we got a glimpse of the window and it has similar stained glass to the one in Martin & Louisa's room.
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Bathroom
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The only full bathroom in the house (there is a small powder room under the stairs in the Waiting Room) is the
en suite attached to Martin & Louisa's bedroom.  There is one step up into the room from the bedroom.  A bathtub
sits on one side and on the wall facing the door is a green porcelain pedestal sink with a matching green toilet
opposite (next to the door).  The only visible areas for storage around the sink are a couple of wooden ledges
built into the wall next to the sink.  There is also a square cut into the wall above the bathtub for shampoo and
soap bottles, and the windowsill at the head of the tub is also utilized.  Interestingly, there is no shower on the
tub - I guess Martin & Louisa take tub baths every morning?  But then, I think we must consider that there is a
shower room somewhere on that level that we just never see.  A light green fabric chair sits next to the tub, a
wooden changing table sits against the wall across from the tub, and in S8 we see a woven laundry basket next to
the sink.
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Hallway leading to stairwell
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We've seen the little glimpse of the hallway between Martin & Louisa's bedroom and James Henry's bedroom for a
few series now.  The only thing we knew was that there was a window between the 2 rooms with some accessories
sitting on the deep windowsill.  A couple of times, Martin exited his bedroom and turned to the right, so that was
presumably the way to the staircase.  But, in S7E1 while brushing his teeth, Martin hears the phone ringing
downstairs and assumes it is Louisa.  He runs out of the room, down the hallway, and trips down the first few steps
banging into the wall on the landing before tumbling down the longer flight of steps.  Although the screenshots
are very dark, you can make out the turns he makes.  He turns right out of the bedroom, down a short hall, then
left, down another short hall, then right again - presumably onto the short flight of steps to the landing.  In picture
"C" you can see the 2 different wallpapers - the little bit of the one on the far right matches the wallpaper in the
stairwell, so I'm guessing this starts the couple of stairs down to the landing.

I found a picture someone had taken on the set, and it gives a nice view of this hallway.  You can see the large
painting on the wall (the scene of Port Isaac that has hung in several places in the surgery) and a small glance of
the yellowish wallpaper that is on the wall before the more beige wallpaper of the stairwell.
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These are scenes from S1
and S2 showing that the
wallpaper in the stairwell
has always been there.  

Note that in S2 it was torn
at the top.
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In S4 there were several changes to the sets,
including several radiators, wallpaper in the
Consulting Room, and wallpaper on the
bottom half of the stairwell wall.  All of these
things were only there in S4 and it was all
back to normal in S5.

This picture above is how the stairwell
normally looked with the painted wall.  On the
right are two views of the wallpaper.
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On the left side of the room is a window with a large carved wooden fish on the windowsill.  Against the back
wall is the bed with a green wooden headboard.  There are wooden tables on each side with tall lamps and a
painting on the wall above on each side.  On the right table there is also some type of carved head - another
Buddha?  The bedroom door is on the right wall, and on the front wall there appears to be a dresser (you can
see it in the foreground of the photo of the window above).  There is also a picture on the wall above the
dresser (you can see it behind Martin) and another one in the corner between the dresser and the window
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One interesting shot is
when Martin looks through
the window to see Bert on
the Platt.  On the left, the 2
pictures on top are from
screenshots from the
episode, and the 2 on the
bottom are from a video
someone took of the
interior of Fern Cottage.  

You can see that the shot
of Martin standing next to
the window was not filmed
in the cottage, because
Fern Cottage has a stone
area on the wall - an
extension of the chimney
from the fireplace in the
room below.  But when the
camera shot moves to
show the view through the
window, it appears that they
did actually film that from
Fern Cottage.  The angle
and the roof line of the
cottage next door match.
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Series 2
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There were 3 scenes filmed in this room in Series 2, but all of them were from
outside the room looking in, so there wasn't much visible.  In E1, Martin is putting
on his jacket and hears Pauline and Al talking - he thinks they are talking about
him and his possible interest in Louisa.  You can see a window on the right wall,
the light wood headboard on the bed, and the table to the right of the bed holding
a lamp, and a blue bottle.  There's an angled ceiling and the walls are made from
rough boarding painted white.  In E2, Peter Cronk comes into the room in the
middle of the night to show Martin the rash he has developed.  In this scene more
of the bed is visible and there is a better view of the nightstand.  There is also a
glimpse of the door in the shot of Peter standing in the doorway.  In E3, we see an
almost identical view of Martin in the bed when he hears Wallace Flynt leaving
him a message.

I had found a picture from the set and was able to connect it to S2 because it has a
nightstand on the left side of the bed that matches the one we saw on the right
side.  Also, in the shot of Peter in the doorway, there is a white box on the wall that
matches the one from the set.  So, it looks like they constructed a whole set -
including that wardrobe that was never seen - just for these 3 very short scenes.
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Series 3
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This bedroom was seen in just 2 episodes in Series 3.  In Ep 5, we saw Martin
waking up the morning after breaking up with Louisa, still fully clothed on top of
his bed.  We get a very quick view of one wall - that includes a dresser and
fireplace.  In Ep 7, he is in the room twice (4 scenes with cuts to other scenes
between), both times getting dressed for the non wedding.  The first one after the
procedure on the pig when he discovers that the dry cleaner gave him a dress,
and the second one after delivering the baby on the hill.

We only see 3 sides of the room - see my drawing below.  The top is a small
fireplace and a dresser, on the left is a closed door (never used - but maybe to a
bathroom?), a nightstand, bed and a wooden chair, and on the bottom is the
wardrobe in the corner (that perfectly matches the one seen in the S2 set picture),
a dresser with a mirror above, and the doorway out of the room.

The tall ceiling and the more polished look of this room makes me think that this is
also a room in a cottage somewhere that they used for these few scenes.  
Besides the wardrobe, the only other items in the room that they have used
before (or since) are the two lamps on the dressers.
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Series 4
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In Series 4 there is only one 7 second scene in E3 set in the bedroom.  Martin is
seen sleeping and waking up to his phone ringing - it's Penhale calling because
his brother has collapsed.  All we see is a small portion of the wooden headboard
and the nightstand.  

See below for the only other upstairs scene - another 7 second scene in the
bathroom in that same episode.  I have to believe that these were both filmed in a
bedroom and bathroom in a nearby cottage.  It wouldn't make sense for them to
build a bathroom set with tile on the wall for this short scene.  There will be a set
for these rooms next series and there is no tile on the bathroom wall.
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In this very short scene we see Martin brushing his teeth at the bathroom sink.  
He hears a noise downstairs (Penhale's brother painting the Waiting Room) and
heads downstairs.
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Series 5
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This is the first series that there is a real, well used set for the upstairs.  Martin &
Louisa have the nice bedroom with the en suite bathroom.  During this series
James Henry's crib is in the room next to Louisa's side of the bed, so we don't see
anything yet of the room across the hall which will become his room.  We also
have a few glimpses of the window in the hallway just outside the bedroom door.
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Martin & Louisa's
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When walking into the bathroom, to the right of the door is a green ceramic toilet,
then a bathtub along the wall with a window at the head of the tub, a square inset
to hold shampoo bottles and a picture hanging on the wall.  On the next wall
(across from the door) is a green ceramic pedestal sink with a mirror on the wall
above.  There is really no place for storage, so items are sitting on wooden ledges
built into the wall around the sink.  There is also a picture and towel bar on the wall
at the foot of the tub and a small green chair sitting next to the tub.
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In the corner behind the door is a dresser, but we only have a view of the top.  There is a white bubble lamp with a
patchwork shade on top, along with several miscellaneous items.  On the wall above is a framed print.
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Along the wall, there are several pillows and stuffed animals on the sill of the large window, and a roundish vase in
the small square window.
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Martin & Louisa's bed has a dark wood slatted headboard and matching tall footboard.  There is a decorative detail
in the middle of the headboard, and there may be a matching one in the front of the footboard, but we never see it
from that angle.  Martin & Louisa's wooden nightstands don't appear to match, but we can't see much of Martin's.  
Louisa's lamp is a modern egg shaped style and Martin's is a tall metal classical style lamp.  Both nightstands are
usually pretty cluttered - mostly with baby paraphernalia.
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In the corner is a small, cute fireplace that is mostly hidden behind the crib.  On the mantel is a small black Buddha
head, a small framed picture of a young child (this picture was in Louisa's red bedroom in S3 and will be in
Martin's Consulting Room in S6-S8), a small mantel clock, some decorative cups, and various baby items.  The
large painting of Port Isaac that was hanging in the Waiting Room in S2-S4 has been put into a new frame (with no
mat) and hangs above the fireplace.
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This side wall is not often in the camera shot.  While most of the walls are painted a beige color, halfway across this
wall it becomes a salmon color with vertical beige wood trim.  This salmon color continues on the wall on the other
side of the wardrobe.  Throughout the room there is wainscoting on the bottom half of the wall that is painted to
match the beige walls.  There is a dressing table along this wall near the wardrobe.  Atop the table is a large mirror, a
small white lamp, a small portable radio, and several other unidentified items.  Two mobiles hang from the ceiling
along this wall - probably something for James Henry to see as he lies in his crib.  One is light orange butterflies and
the other is white doves that hang in a circular pattern.  We can also see a picture on the wall - it is the matching one
to the rectangular painting on the wall on the other side of the wardrobe.  These 2 paintings here hanging as a pair
in the Living Room in S4.
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Against the short wall next to the door is a large wooden dresser.  There is a very large sailboat on top of the
dresser and a small white lamp on the left side.  The lamp is sometimes missing, so it might be the one that was seen
on the dressing table - it seems to be a perfect match.  There are also a lot of unidentified baby items all over the top
of the dresser.  On the wall above is a rectangular framed painting that is a pair to the one on the wall on the other
side of the wardrobe.  These two paintings were hanging as a pair in the Living Room in S4.
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Just outside the bedroom door is the hallway that leads to the stairwell (off to the
right).  The only thing we can see in this series is a portion of a window.  The three
items we see on the windowsill are a wooden lamp, a decorative brass dive
helmet, and an antique pair of binoculars.
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Series 6
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Although this was only the 2nd series using this bedroom set, they made some
major changes in the furniture.  The new bed looks very similar to the S5 bed, but
it doesn't have the larger slat in the middle with the decorative detail.  Both
nightstands and lamps are also new.  There is a new dresser with an attached
mirror in the corner behind the door, and the large dresser across from the foot of
the bed is gone, as is the dressing table from the other side of the wardrobe.  In
the beginning of this series, James Henry's crib is still in this room, but at some
point he is moved to his own room across the hall.  In E6, when Martin's mother
(Margaret) arrives, he is moved back into their room to give his room to Margaret.  
When the crib is in this room, it's sitting closer to the wardrobe, not near the
fireplace as it was in the previous series.  In E8, the flowered upholstered chair
from the Living Room suddenly appeared in this room next to the wardrobe
(across from the foot of the bed).
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Martin & Louisa's
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There's one addition to the bathroom this series - a wooden changing table against
the wall opposite to the bathtub.  The only other difference is that the picture
above the bathtub has changed - the one that was there in S5 is now at the top of
the stairwell.  In one camera shot, there is a good view of the step up into the room.
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Bathroom
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Behind the door is a taller dresser with a large attached mirror.  There is also a freestanding full-length mirror in the
corner.  This mirror is sometimes moved to the opposite corner next to the fireplace.
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There is a chair sitting in front of the large window - it's one that was in the Kitchen in S5.  A tin pitcher holding
flowers, and a stuffed animal are on the windowsill.  The same round vase is in the little window.
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The new bed is almost identical to the one from S5, but doesn't have the wide slat with the decorative detail.  Like the
previous bed, it has a tall matching foot board.  Martin & Louisa each have a new nightstand, and they appear to
match.  Louisa has a very feminine lamp - white ceramic with a white lampshade with flowers.  She also has a small
carved wooden chest, a round alarm clock, a couple of decorative tins, and several books.  On Martin's nightstand
is a brass candlestick lamp with a red shade, a clamshell travel alarm clock, and several books.  Martin's lamp was
also spotted off and on in the Consulting Room and Living Room in this series - they may have a couple of them.
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Not very good views of the corner and the wall, but the small clock and the black Buddha head are still on the
mantel.  The new painting above the fireplace looks like it might be the one that was over in the opposite corner
behind the door last series.  The freestanding full length mirror is moved over to this corner in a couple of scenes,
but there is really not much else there.  James Henry's crib in there at the beginning and end of the series, but is
moved closer to the wardrobe.
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This is our first really good look at the wardrobe in this room.  In E1, Martin is getting dressed for the wedding and
he has 2 tie racks hanging on the inside of the left door.  At the beginning of E6, he is looking for a particular tie and
this time we just see one of the tie racks and it's hanging on the inside of the right door.  We also get a good look at
the mustard color wallpaper with a pattern of birds perched on branches.
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There is no dresser on the wall between the wardrobe and the door this series, but the rectangular framed painting
is still on the wall.  The only time we see the lower part of the wall is in E6 and the flowered upholstered chair from
the living room is there in that scene.
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The sailboat that was on the dresser in S5, and the binoculars are visible on the
windowsill in a couple of shots.  There is also one shot that shows a stool or a
chair sitting in front of the window.  One view of the stairwell shows the picture
that was moved from the bathroom.  It also looks like there might be others along
the side wall on the right, but that's all we ever see of them.
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We never actually see James Henry's crib in this room in S6, but we're meant to
understand that he is moved into the room after the start of the series.  In E2, his
crib is still in Martin & Louisa's room when they go up to take care of him during
their dinner party.  In E3, Louisa's alarm clock rings and James starts to cry, but its
not obvious whether he is still in the room or the crying is coming from the other
room.  In E6, when Martin's mother arrives, Louisa suggest that they move James
into their room and set up a cot for her in his room - so he remains in their room
for the rest of the series.

His room is a small square room with 1 window.  The window is along the same wall
as the 2 in Martin & Louisa's room and the one in the hallway.  This room has
wallpaper on 3 walls and the wall to the right when you enter is painted the same
color as the rest of the rooms upstairs.  As in the other bedroom, there is
wainscoting on the lower half of all 4 walls. There are a couple of pieces of child
themed framed art on the back wall, a mobile hanging from the ceiling in the
corner, and a glimpse of a pirate flag (the theme they would use for his 1st birthday
party).  On the right wall is another piece of framed art.  In the corner behind the
door is a small white dresser with colorful flowers painted on the drawer fronts.  
The window has green and white checked curtains hanging on a wooden rod.
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Series 7
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In this series, we only see Martin & Louisa's bedroom in E1 when Martin is alone
because Louisa is in Spain.  We never see the room again while Louisa is staying
alone in the house.  There are new nightstands again, a new lamp on Martin's
nightstand, and a new dresser on the wall across from the bed.
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Martin & Louisa's
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There were just a couple of views of the sink area in this series.
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Bathroom
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Behind the door looks mostly unchanged.  The antique binoculars have been moved from the hallway windowsill to
the dresser top.  Also there are the tins that were on Louisa's nightstand and one of James Henry's clock toys.  Next
to the window is the same wooden chair that was there in S6.  The round vase remains in the small window.
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The bed is the same, but there are new nightstands on both sides - and they may match (but its difficult to see
Louisa's).  On Louisa's nightstand is the same lamp and carved wooden box from S6.  Martin has a new metal lamp
with a red and white striped shade.  His little travel alarm clock is still there.
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There are no views this series of the fireplace corner, the wardrobe, or the wall between.  A new dresser is against
the wall across from the bed - similar to the one from S5.  The only shot of it is very dark so the items on top aren't
identifiable, but there is a new lamp matching the one on Martin's nightstand.  The rectangular framed picture
remains on the wall above.
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The windowsill in the hallway has the sailboat and the decorative brass dive
helmet. In this series we finally get to see the rest of the hallway when Martin runs
out of the bathroom to get the ringing telephone downstairs.  I've repeated the
pictures from the overview at the top of this page showing where the hall goes as
it heads to the top of the staircase.
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There have been some changes in this room.  James Henry's crib is now against
the back wall.  On the right wall is a new, large light blue wooden wardrobe. Behind
the door, the white dresser is gone, replaced by a short wooden shelving unit.  
Another framed picture, matching the two above the crib, hangs above.  The roll
away cot used by Martin's mother sits in the corner.  When Martin moves into the
room they move the crib to the larger bedroom and install the cot.  A wooden chair
and small side table (which we've never seen before) are brought in.  It appears
that Martin has brought in the lamp from his nightstand - although the red & white
striped shade seems to appear pink when lit.  He also has his little travel alarm.
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James Henry's
Bedroom
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Series 8
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Again, in this series there were very few scenes shot in this room.  No major
furniture changes either.
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Martin & Louisa's
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Only a couple of shots from the bedroom this series.  One shows the addition of a
tall woven hamper next to the sink, and the other shows that the picture that was
above the bathtub in S6 is now hanging above the towel bar.
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Bathroom
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The same dresser with attached mirror sits behind the door.  Most of the shots of that area were pretty dark, so it
was tough to identify anything familiar.  The freestanding mirror was still in the corner.
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Martin's nightstand is the same as in S7, but the lamp with the red & white shade is gone.  The lamp that he had there
in S6 is back, but with a tan colored shade.  Of course, his travel alarm is still there.  We have no camera angles
showing Louisa's nightstand, but there is one shot that picks up part of the shade on her lamp - and it matches the
shade on a lamp that sat in the Waiting Room in S7.
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No shots of the fireplace again in this series, and just one of that wall.  The flowered chair is over against that wall in
this one shot - although it was still in the Living Room this whole series.  Maybe there are a pair of them?  There is
also a new painting hanging on the wall.
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The only shots we have into the hallway show that the sailboat is still on the
windowsill.  In one shot there is a chair sitting next to the window, but then in
another shot (in the same episode) it's not there.
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Hallway
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There were only a couple of shots though the door this series.  The only visible
change is that the large wardrobe against the right wall is gone.
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James Henry's
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Two different chairs were spotted by the window at different times in this series.  The one with the mustard fabric
back was in the Living Room in S7, and the wooden one has not been spotted before.  For the first time, there is a
different vase in the little window.  This vase was in the Living Room in S7.
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The dresser across from the bed appears to be the same as the one there in S7.  The ceramic lamp is new, but I
believe that two other items are familiar.  The wooden box looks like the one that was in the Consulting Room almost
continually from S2-S7.  And the square clock may be the one from the Consulting Room mantel in S7.  There is also a
new painting hanging above.
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