The Frank Marker Public Eye Windsor Tour 6th June 10am.


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The Frank Marker Public Eye Location Tour Windsor.

Saturday 6th June 10 am, with lunch at 12pm.

The  tour will be  followed by a Frank Marker quiz after the meal.

Location for all tours starts and ends at: 

The Carpenters Arms Public House,

4, Market Street, Windsor SL4 1PB

Please arrive 15 minutes before the start time outside the pub.


£45 per head to include


Lunch or Dinner (drinks not 

included); a Souvenir Limited Edition Guide book; a Frank Marker Fan Club Badge; a Frank Marker Quiz and a guided Frank Marker and British film location walking tour.



Fish and Chips 

with mushy peas


Toad In The Hole 

with mash, gravy and steamed greens


Macaroni Cheese 

with garlic ciabatta


Classic Cheeseburger 

and chips


Vegetable Burger 

and chips


Drinks are not included


To reserve your place on the tour, please call us now on Freephone

0808 178 8212 Or 01923 290555


Please bring comfortable shoes, a mac and a bottle of water.




Frank Marker fans will be delighted to hear that we have arranged a walking tour of his old patch in Windsor, visiting the scenes of his triumphs and defeats, as well as some interesting locations from British film history. There will be plenty of photo opportunities as we follow Frank’s footsteps through the ancient town, but do bring comfortable shoes, as the tour is two hours long. Afterwards, there will be time for a meal at The Carpenters Arms  followed by a Frank Marker Quiz. The price also includes a souvenir
limited edition guide book, and an exclusive Frank Marker Fan Club Badge.



Cynical, dour and world-weary, private eye Frank Marker was not the most glamorous of private detectives, yet his stoic personality and downbeat lifestyle in a series of bedsits and rented  offices endeared him to a generation of TV fans and the series remains hugely popular. The case of a failing businessman led Frank to the leafy environs of Windsor; renting an office at
93 Eton High Street – probably his best-known and certainly his most picturesque location.