Though filming for season four of Game of Thrones is nearing the end, new sets are still popping up in Northern Ireland.
There have been several sightings of a group of colorful tents out at Castle Ward in County Down. The location previously served as Winterfell,
and played host again to the show, with the tents staked out on the grounds for at least a week in mid-October.
UPDATE 11/7: We’ve received word that Game of Thrones did not film at Castle Ward this season. The colorful tents must have been for some other production.
There’s also been activity at the Lady Hill Quarry in County Antrim, with fake snow being deposited in the rocky area. One passer-by took a brief video of the site, and locals have spotted filming at the set as recent as last week.
We’ve also had photos turn up from a set in Sallagh Brae that might be considered spoilers, so they’ve been hidden underneath the cut!
It appears to be the men of the Night’s Watch filming at this location in Country Antrim, and reports indicate that there’s smoke being generated, which is visible in the second photo.
Additional pics of the Sallagh Brae set can be seen at this linked page, which provided the above photos.
Ours is the Fury: Lots of stuff being filmed in these last few weeks, unsurprisingly a lot of it focused on the Wall and beyond. Season four should be a big year for the Night’s Watch.