The Sherlock Holmes Atlas
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London, pop. 176,628.
Once an exclusive suburb inhabited by members of court.|
EMPT: Watson lived here. (Also mentioned in NORW and REDH).
BRUC: The spy Hugo Oberstein lived at 13 Caulfied Gardens (fictional) in Kensington.
BRUC: Holmes had dinner at Goldini's Restaurant on Gloucester Road in Kensington.
GREE: Mr. Melas was told by "Mr. Latimer" that his interpreting skills were needed at a house in Kensington.
DYIN: Culverton Smith's residence was on Lower Burke Street, a line of fine houses lying in the vauge borderland between Notting Hill and Kensington.
ILLU: Baron Gruner lived at Vernon Lodge (fictional) in Kensington.
Last Modified: Feb. 18, 1998