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Outlander season four filming starts in Falkland, Fife this week

The cast and crew of Outlander will return to a Fife village this week to shoot scenes for season four of the hugely successful time travelling fantasy. Falkland High Street will be closed to traffic as filming gets underway with East Port, Cross Wynd and Mill Wynd also to be used by producers. The village has already replicated Inverness during the 1940s and the mid 18th Century in earlier episodes. Outlander tours can be booked online . Falkland features some familiar sights from the TV series , including Mrs Baird’s Guesthouses ( pictured here , actually the Covenanter Hotel), the Bruce Fountain where Claire comes across the ghost of Jamie, and the building that doubles as Farrell’s Hardware and Furniture Store. Filming for the fourth season of the Outlander TV series has started in Scotland . One of Outlander’s first scenes was filmed in the picturesque town of Falkland, which stands in for Inverness in the 1940s . The show is based on American author Diana Gabaldon’s series of historical novels, which sees nurse Claire Beauchamp Randell mysteriously swept back from 1945 to 1743 Highland Scotland .  Falkland features some familiar sights from the TV series , including  Mrs Baird’s Guesthouses ( pictures here , actually the Covenanter Hotel), the Bruce Fountain where Claire comes across the ghost of Jamie, and the building that doubles as Farrell’s Hardware and Furniture Store.Most of the filming will take place in Scotland,  according to the show’s executive producer Ron Moore . Scotland’s stunning landscape, with its rolling hills,

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