Fire, horses and drones have been spotted at a Kent castle as film crews use the historic backdrop for a new TV series.
White trailers appeared on the former Dover Leisure Centre site along the A20 over the weekend while filming is taking place at Dover Castle.
Staff set up on the site, opposite St James Retail and Leisure Park, while work continues on a 'period drama' – but details about the series are scarce.
However today residents in the town got a small insight into the production as fire, horses and drone cameras in the sky were spotted during filming.
Pictured from Castle Hill Road, crew can be seen by Constable's Gate.
A video shows horses on the battlements and a number of lit beacons flickering in the wind.
The Grade-I listed castle, which is no stranger to both the big and the small screen, was visited by the same crews in August and September.
Yet, no more details have been released about the project, with a spokeswoman for its publicist saying nothing would be revealed until next year.
English Heritage, which runs the castle, has not released a statement confirming that the castle was used for filming over the weekend.
While it is not known what series is currently being filmed, there are two possible programmes slated for 2023 releases that could potentially fit the bill.
This includes a mini-series based around Eleanor of Aquitaine, based on a book by Alison Weir.
An alternative would be an Apple TV series on Dick Turpin, with Noel Fielding starring as the legendary British highwayman.
English Heritage has been contacted for comment.