Aidan Turner as Ross in BBC TV series "Poldark." Facebook/ Poldark

The cast and crew of “Poldark” will be returning to the UK town of Wells to film scenes for season 4. Details of some of the filming locations in town and the schedule of the shoot have now surfaced online, along with leaked pictures from the set.

According to a Facebook post by an Aidan Turner (Ross) fan page, the filming in Wells town has been scheduled for Nov. 23 and 24. The filming locations are said to be Vicar's Close, St Andrew Street, Market Place and the Town Hall Buildings. Access to these locations to residents of the town and visitors will be restricted while shooting. The picture in the post was taken on Feb. 10.

The cast and crew had also filmed scenes at the Wells town for season 3. Parts of the Bishop’s Palace were transformed into a French convent at that time. Fans who have watched the third season may remember seeing prisoners-of-war housed in this building. This set was the centre of an important part of the plot, and the events that took place here had a big impact on all the major characters. It will be interesting to see what new scenes will be filmed here this time around.

At the moment, filming continues at Charlestown harbour. A new leaked picture from the set has also been posted on Facebook. The cast and crew have been facing difficulties with filming, thanks to the incessant rains these past few weeks. The picture shows one of the crew members helping Turner with his shoes, which the post suggests may have been waterlogged due to the rain.

“Poldark” season 4 is set to return sometime in 2018. Meanwhile, US fans have just begun to watch the third season.