A neglected corner of Routes 136 and 22 in Churchville was dressed up to serve as a House of Cards set on Monday.
If you’ve ever wondered what the vacant former gas station would look like with a few black SUVs and a police car parked in front (does that mean Kevin Space was there?), here you go:
The shoot for the popular Netflix series attracted onlookers and reporters. David Anderson of the Baltimore Sun, noted “[b]lack marks, which resembled soot from a fire,” in the windows of the gas station. But, hey, maybe they were there to begin with, and the camera operators shot around them.
Season five, which is filming now, will be released to Netflix in 2017.
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