The Sherlock Holmes Atlas
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City and the West End, one of busiest and most
important thoroughfares in London. It contains many
of the best shopds, theaters, and restaurants in London.|
FINA: Watson takes a cab to the Strand end of the Lowther Arcade.
REDH: To get a look at Wilson's assistant's trousers, Holmes knocks on the door of the pawn shop in Saxe-Coburg Square to ask directions to the Strand.
STUD: Before meeting Holmes, Watson stayed for some time at a private hotel in the Strand, leading a comfortless, meaningless existence.
STUD: Drebber's mailing address in London was the American Exchange, Strand, to be left till called for.
ILLU: Watson meets up with Holmes at Simpson's, "where, sitting at a small table in the front window and looking down at the rushing stream of life in the Strand, he told me somthing of what had passed.
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