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Pall Mall, not far from the Carlton Club.|
GREE: Holmes describes the Diogenes Club as "the queerest club in London." Watson:"Sherlock Holmes stopped at a door some little distance from the Carlton, and, cautioning me not to speak, he led the way into the hall. Through glass panelling I caught a glimpse of a large and luxurious room, in which a considerable umber of men were sitting about and reading papers, each in his own little nook. Holmes showed me into a small chamber which looked out into Pall Mall, and then, leaving me for a minute, he came back with a companion whom I knew could only be his brother."
BRUC: Holmes:"Mycroft has his rails and he runs on them. His Pall Mall lodgings, the Diogenes Club, Whitehall-- that is his cycle. Once, and only once, he has been here. What upheaval can possibly have derailed him?"
Last Modified: Feb. 28, 1998