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Holmes and Watson lived at 221b Baker Street.
Mentioned in: ABBE, BERY, BRUC, CHAS, CREE, CROO, DANC, IDEN, EMPT, ENGI, FINA, FIVE, GREE, HOUN, ILLU, MAZA, NORW, REDH, SCAN, SECO, SHOS, SOLI, SPEC, STUD, SUSS, 3STU, YELL
STUD: Holmes:"I have my eye on a suite in Baker Street which would suit us down to the ground."
BERY: Watson:"It was a bright, crisp February morning, and the snow of the day before still lay deep upon the ground, shimmering brightly in teh wintry sun. Fown the centre of Baker Street it had been ploughed into a brown crumbly band by the traffic, but at either side and on the heaped up edges of the foot-paths it still lay as white as when it fell. The gray pavement had been cleaned and scraped, but was still dangerously slippery, so that there were fewer passengers than usual."
FINA: Holmes:"Have you seen the morning paper, Watson?"
Holmes:"You haven't seen about Baker Street, then?"
Holmes:"They set fire to our rooms last night. No great harm was done."
CROO: Holmes refers to one of the Baker Street Irregulars as "one of my Baker Street boys."
3STU: Watson: "My friend's temper had not improved since he had been deprived of the congenial surroundings of Baker Street."
Last Modified: Jan. 18, 1999