As I research the locations for this it is becoming clear that the requirement to show/imply a human presence is difficult. The old part of the town isnt really inhabited by anyone, or thats how it seems. This confirms a suspicion that I have had for some time. There is an overwhelming amount of interest in the historic parts of the town but that only comes from academia and its distinct amount of history and architecture. Buildings receive funding for restoration as and when required and then just sit there, waiting for the occasional film crew for a Dickens tale or as in 1985 when most of old parts were used for the decidedly unsuccessful film "Revolution".