Then Came Bronson On Location

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Chapel of the Bells featured in Episode 19 "Lucky Day" in Reno Nevada.

Fort Point featured in the Pilot's opening scene under the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

Lombard St. and Van Ness Ave. featured in the Pilot's opening scene when the business man ask Jim Bronson if he is "Takin' a trip?" in San Francisco.

Cliff House featured in the Pilot's opening scene when Jim Bronson leaves San Francisco and heads south on the Great Coast Highway.

Pescadero State Beach featured in Pilot beach scenes where Jim is leaving San Francisco jumping sand dunes.

The Bixby Creek Bridge on Hwy 1, open credits of each Episode.

Big Sur - Hole in the Rock featured in Pilot beach scene.

The Gas Station on California's Hwy 1 in Episode 24, The 99 Mile Circle.

The Brick Yard in Stockton, California's south at French Camp, The Pilot Movie.

Holt, California train station featured in the pilot movie, located on state Hwy 4.

Department Store featured in the pilot movie, located in Stockton, California.

The King Island Resort in the pilot movie outside Stockton California, in the San Joaquin River delta.

Walnut Grove, California - This is the bridge Jim and Temple cross and Jim asks Temple "What about that guy back on the coast?", featured in the pilot movie, located on the River Road (J11) in Walnut Grove.

Locke, California was used to represent a small southern town, featured in the pilot movie, located on the River Road (J11) in the San Joaquin River delta.

Cal-Sate University in Stockton, California was used to look like the hospital in the closing scenes of the Pilot movie.

The Grand Tetons north of Jackson, Wyoming on Hwy 191 The Long Lonesome Highway. Closing credits of every Episode and Episode 1, "The Runner"

Wilson Wyoming 7 miles out of Jackson setting for Episode Two, "The Old Motorcycle Fiasco"

Olathe, Colorado featured in Episode 7, "The 3:13 Arrives At Noon"

Gulley Mystery Castle featured in Episode 15, "Sybil"

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Montrose, Colorado featured in Episode 8, Old Tigers Never Die - They Just Run Away.