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The cast of All Creatures Great and Small were seen filming for season four recently, with Tristan Farnon’s (played by Callum Woodhouse) replacement being seen for the first time.
At the end of season three, the Second World War loomed over Darrowby, with the finale confirming the country was at war with Germany.
In the final moments of the episode, viewers saw James Herriot (Nicholas Ralph) and Tristan queuing up to join the army.
In emotional scenes, Tristan and his brother Siegfried Farnon (Samuel West) exchanged an emotional farewell as he was called up to fight in the war.
Siegfried was determined to try and stop his brother from leaving, but Tristan was ready to board a train and leave Skeldale House behind.
Now, new pictures have shown Siegfried and new cast member James Anthony-Rose enjoying a ride in a vintage green sports car during the filming.
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Meanwhile, Rachel Shenton who plays Helen Herriot could also be seen on set in a white dress with a floral pattern.
The actress was all smiled as she filmed alongside Anna Madeley, who plays Mrs Hall in the much- loved Channel 5 series.
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It comes after the cast spoke about the emotional series three ending and what’s coming up in season four.
Reflecting on the emotional goodbye scene between Tristan and Siegfried, Callum said: “It is just such a beautiful end, an absolute hurricane of emotions.”
“It was a bittersweet and emotional day for both Callum and his character Tristan. That’s why he’s crying and smiling, he’s upset to be leaving his brother, but he’s finally got the acceptance that he’s been craving.
“At the same time, he’s also figured out what he thinks is the right next step for him, which is, again, a positive thing.
“But to do that, he needs to leave all those he loves, so there’s just a hurricane going on in there, really.”
Rachel meanwhile revealed how emotional her character was saying goodbye to Tristan.
Appearing on Steph’s Packed Lunch, Rachel said: “I think it’s that unspoken thing of gosh this is very close now and it could only be a matter of time.
“She was very emotional saying bye to Tristan, very visibly emotional. That was because of the wonderful bond she had with him and also because she knew it may or may not be that long before she had to do that with James.”
A release date for All Creatures Great and Small season four has not yet been confirmed but it is expected to air on Channel 5 this autumn.
All Creatures Great and Small episodes are available to watch on My5.
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