A still from Season 2 of Starz TV series "Outlander." Facebook/ Outlander

Details of some of the filming locations of “Outlander” Season 2 have been released online by Starz. The details include the Ram’s Hedd Taverne, the Duke of Sandringham estate, a storyboard of the horse chase scene in episode 11 and a behind the scenes video showing the visual effects of Prince Charles’ army.

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In a post on the official Outlander Community website, Starz has revealed that the Ram’s Hedd Taverne scenes were filmed at Culross, a small village in Fife, Scotland. The location also served as Crainsmuir, the village near Castle Leoch where Geillis Duncan (Lotte Verbeek) lived and was put to trial for being a witch in the first season.

The Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfires and Galloway, Scotland was used to film scenes depicting The Duke of Sandringham’s (Simon Callow) estate. The production crew had a challenging time at this location because the estate had a lot of modern day conveniences that they were not allowed to remove. They were not even allowed to move some of the furniture in the rooms or bring things into the ground.

The Art Department had to do a few “cover ups,” to conceal things like light switches, electrical outlets and air vents. In the scene where Sandringham has his head chopped off in “Outlander” Season 2, a false floor was build on top of the original floor. The false floor protected the original floor from the fake blood and the production crew was able to restore the estate to its original state later.

Starz also released a storyboard of the horse chase from episode 11. From the location of different characters in the scene to camera angles, everything revealed in the storyboard.

Apart from travelling to various locations to film the scenes for “Outlander” Season 2, visual effects were also used when necessary. A video behind the scenes video shows how a few men and a green screen was turned into a large camp full of men in Prince Charles’ (Andrew Gower) army.