Are these locations from The Waltons or something else?

Can you place these 1930s streets and mountain cabins?


The Warner Bros. backlot provided many locations for The Waltons crew to fill out the area around Walton's Mountain. There was Ike Godsey's store, the schoolhouse, the small town of Rockfish and the big city of Charlottesville — not to mention all the neighbors who lived in mountain homesteads.

Many other shows with rural settings used the same or similar locations. We’ve mixed up scenes from The Waltons with shots from other shows that could easily fit in on Walton's Mountain. Can you tell which ones are from the nostalgic family drama and which ones are from sitcoms, Westerns and even sci-fi programs?

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  1. What is this place from?
  2. Is this train from The Waltons or not?
  3. Do you know this place?
  4. What is this mansion from?
  5. What is this school bus from?
  6. What is this street from?
  7. What is this corral from?
  8. What is this barn from?
  9. Do you recognize this pond?
  10. What is this phone from?
  11. What is this street from?
  12. What is this cabin from?

Are these locations from The Waltons or something else?

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DanDo77 22 months ago
I couldn't possibly tell what is glossy or not glossy and I have a hi-res computer monitor. Other shows came from that time period. or even earlier, such as Bonanza. Also the Mayberry set which is Paramount was used by several different shows, including Star Trek. I think that same set was also used in the Waltons, but I am not completely sure.
DanDo77 22 months ago
8/12 The two questions "Where is this street from" Looks like the same street to me from a different spot. It is misleading because more than one show was filmed on the same set. The Star Trek scene from "City on the Edge of Forever" was filmed on the same set as Andy Griffith because Capt. Kirk and Edith Keeler walk past Floyd's Barber Shop. Most likely the Waltons was also filmed on that set, which is Paramount. Another episode of Star Trek was also made on that set, the one with the Iotians based on the gangs of Chicago in the 1930's.

klheath 31 months ago
I got 10 out of 12 correct, not to bad!
lynngdance 31 months ago
12/12. Pretty good since I can’t stand The Waltons, and have only managed to get through maybe two episodes at most. 😆
all123 31 months ago
I swear I know all these answers and then I get a brain fart and don't know as much as I thought lol.
Randall 31 months ago
10 out of 12, One of the Secrets is looking to see if the still is GLOSSY! For the most part, The Walton's was filmed, not videotaped, so if you look carefully you can spot the difference!
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