The Sherlock Holmes Atlas
By Geographic Location
By Literature Reference
List of Photos and Illustrations
England and an
important seaport. Located in
Lancashire. Pop. 684,958 .
MAZA: Count Sylvius hoped to convince Holmes that the Mazarin diamond was in Liverpool, while he made his escape to Holland.
VALL: The elusive bicyclist was reported from Leicester, Nottingham, Southampton, Derby, East Ham, Richmond, and fourteen other places. But in East Ham, Leicester, and Liverpool, "there is a clear case against them."
STUD: The letters in Drebber's pockets were from the Guion Steamship Company, and referred to the sailing of their boats from Liverpool to New York.
ILLU: After the attack on Holmes, Watson discovers that Baron Gruner was scheduled to leave London aboard the Cunard boat Ruritania, starting from Liverpool and bound for the States.
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Cannon dock and custom house, Liverpool
Notes: drawn by W. Bartlett and engraved by T. Highham, 1841. Source: Steve Bartrick Antique Prints & Maps
Last Modified: Feb. 15, 1998