So we start off with the cars of Storybrooke, Maine. As you can see, these beauties are oldies - one licence plate had the year 1974. Once again, time doesn't seem to move on. The cars that were parked on the side roads had BC licence plates - the ones on the main road, Maine ones.
Then there was the rusty grey Pacer - not sure how old that one was, but it sure showed its age. Not that I can speak.
The woody station wagon was part of the action - it would drive up the road,
be in the way of the speeding cop car, causing the cop car to swerve off the road in a screech of brakes and continue its journey on the sidewalk for a little while, before careening around the corner and fishtailing.
After the speeding car scenes were over, the started filming scenes on Moncton Street. and we had a pretty good view from the warmth of the coffee shop across the street. You can see the Sheriff's car parked sort of behind Dave's Fish & Chips - this car sure got a lot of action. I bet there'll be lots of new rubber tire marks on the pavement.
Someone told us there are only 3-4 of these vehicles around, and of course they are very expensive.
|Steveston Crafts is in the building just below Gottling Park|
|The orange Bronco is actually the camera car - it was either chasing, being chased or riding alongside the sheriff's car|
|The Gulf of Georgia Cannery even got a name change - and this is federal Historic Site. Wow.|
|Full front/side view of Nikka Marine - aka Storybrooke Public Library. What a good match!|
|And if you need one (I may be tempted) here's Archie's place!|