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Aidan Gillen, Gwendoline Christie and more stars spotted on the Game of Thrones sets in Northern Ireland

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Game of Thrones stars in Northern Ireland are pretty busy with the filming of season 7, and pictures on set have been circulating for a while now. Actors have joined the Winterfell sets, including Isaac Hempstead Wright and Maisie Williams, hinting at a Stark family reunion, and other actors also continue to be seen on different locations. The latest photos hitting the internet are of actors Aidan Gillen, Gwendoline Christie, Kristopher Hivju and Rupert Vansittart (Lord Yohn Royce of Vale) among others at Corbet.

Check out the pictures below:

@IrishThrones @WatchersOTWall @magnificentMR @GameOfThrones More pics for your theories!! pic.twitter.com/Z4OoGJIR0W

— pap4u (@PAP4U) October 12, 2016

@IrishThrones @WatchersOTWall @GameOfThrones Scripts and call sheets HAVE to be handed in at the end of each days shoot!! zero leaks please pic.twitter.com/rVrfSFurWf

— pap4u (@PAP4U) October 12, 2016

@IrishThrones @WatchersOTWall @GameOfThrones Some different viewpoints of Corbet N.I. pic.twitter.com/ia85RV5XwN

— pap4u (@PAP4U) October 12, 2016

The photos also include a few images of the backstage goings-on at Linen Mill Studios. The ship is a permanent fixture there- Game of Thrones uses the same one every year, and redresses it as needed for scenes.

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