The Sherlock Holmes Atlas
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Lambeth, terminus of the South
Western Railway, constructed in 1848 and rebuilt in 1900.|
SOLI: Miss Smith and Watson both take trains from Waterloo Station to get to Farnham.
SPEC: Miss Stoner came in to London by the first train to Waterloo. Holmes and Watson catch a train for Leatherhead at Waterloo.
FIVE: John Openshaw planned to go back to Horsham by the train from Waterloo.
CROO: Holmes had supper at Waterloo on his way back from Aldershot.
HOUN: Sir Henry Baskerville arrived in London at Waterloo Station, where he was met by Dr. Mortimer.
HOUN: John Clayton, the cabman who answered Holmes's inquiry, resided at 3 Turpey Street, the Borough. His cab was from Shipley's Yard (fictional), near Waterloo Station. He dropped off his mysterious fare and received his generous 2 guineas at Waterloo Station.
Last Modified: Oct. 10, 1998