Drone View Of Woodbury And The Prison

I shared this over on Facebook but wanted to post the video here as well.  It isn’t mine, but it’s a video (posted by Corey Philbrook) showing a drone’s eye view of Woodbury, the prison, and if you look very closely, Herschel’s farm.

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11 Responses to Drone View Of Woodbury And The Prison

  1. Isabel says:

    I’ve never been more satisfied

  2. Cindy says:

    Wow, thanks for droning these locations since they are not accessible to the public.

  3. Herd11 says:

    So the dirt rd to hersh’s farm. Is there like no trespassing signs or can u jus drive by it? Could always say made a wrong turn or was looking for someone’s house if u get questioned.

    • No, there’s no access to the property from public roads that isn’t gated. From the studio side it’s guarded and gated. I’ve spoken with the owners and they will call the police if they see anyone.

    • Bradley Baudelaire says:

      When I went..they had a gate up so you couldn’t even drive down the road..there was a road next to it that I drove down to see if I could just stop and cut across in the woods..but that turned out to be someone’s driveway..and they have No Trespassing signs all over the place..I hear the people that own Herschel’s farm are pretty strict about enforcing the No Trespassing as well..so be careful if you try

      • Sujube says:

        I mean, really? People live there. They now regret letting the studio use their HOME for the series. Their lives will never be the same.
        Respect boundaries. How would you like it if your home suddenly became a tourist attraction? They never realized this would happen or they would not have done it. Don’t be a jerk!

        • Greg H. says:

          While I agree that people/fans need to respect their privacy, the homeowners knew what they were getting into and were paid accordingly.

          • Dani says:

            I don’t think they did. It was season 2, it wasn’t as insanely popular as it is now. Yes, they were compensated but people are way out of line thinking they can trespass on private property. There are plenty of locations to see that are available to the public without breaking the law.

          • Lance E says:

            I can say from experience that most movies and newer tv shows do not pay all that much for using or filming at your location. The people who show up after? I avoid generalizing, however, there were 4 people out of hundreds who were respectful. Almost all of the people who showed up and gawked were rude and completely disrespectful and more than I would have guessed, tried to steal everything from shrubs, signs, and parts of the house as collectible keepsakes. The money they paid for filming was certainly not worth the hell we had to endure after the movie came out! I’m originally a New Yorker and I understand wanting to see a house or building in your favorite movie or show…..But we ended up having to put major fencing and a heavy police presence because of that. So few people really have any clue just what type of S*#t can hit the fan after using your property in movies and TV.

  4. Greg H. says:

    Wow, the whole prison set has been torn down already!

  5. Wascar Santos says:

    That is freaking awesome !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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