The Southern California locations where Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is filmed.
This scene takes place in a big, vacant warehouse, where we see Ward speeding
through the warehouse in his black Jaguar, with a man clinging to the hood.
There are a number of Hydra agents standing at attention at the concrete posts
that support the warehouse, as Ward weaves his sports car in between those posts.
He talks to his partner in crime about Hydra going soft, and how he, as
Hydra's new leader, plans to whip them back into shape.
Apparently, this is Wards idea of a training exercise, in which those
standing by the posts don't flinch as the car passes.
This may have looked good on paper, but it looks somewhat silly in execution, and
its only real purpose seems to be to torture the unfortunate guy on the car's hood,
who hangs on for dear life until Ward brakes and throws him off.
If this warehouse looks familiar, it should.
They've used it at least twice before, first as "The Todorov Building" (which was supposed
to be in Belarus), back in Episode 4 of Season 2, and again in the final episode (21)
of Season 2, posing as a factory in Aranda de Duero, Spain, where Ward
held Bobbi Morse prisoner and tortured her.
Like those others, this new "training" scene was shot inside the
South Gate Industrial Park, at 2413 Firestone Blvd, in South Gate, CA.
The city of South Gate is located about seven miles south of downtown
Here is a Google StreetView of the location.
The photos on this
page are stills from "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
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