The Sherlock Holmes Atlas
By Geographic Location
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West End and residence of many
doctors and medical specialists.
VALL: Watson: "White Mason gazed at my friend as the little village practitioner looks at the Harley Street specialist who by a word can solve the difficulties that perplex him."
BLUE: While tracing the goose, Holmes and Watson swung through the doctors' quarter, Wimpole Street, Harley Street, and so through Wigmore Street into Oxford Street. Within a quarter of an hour, they were in Bloomsbury at the Alpha Inn.
DEVI: Dr. Moore Agar, "whose dramatic introduction to Holmes I may some day account," was from Harley Street.
SHOS: When John Mason tells Holmes that he thinks his employer, Sir Robert Norberton, has gone mad, Holmes replies that "This is Baker Street, not Harley Street. But why did you say so?"
Last Modified: Jan. 9, 1999