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Baker Street

Baker Street was a street in London. During the 1890s it was undergoing extension work. (AUDIO: Stage Fright) Sherlock Holmes and John Watson had lodgings at a property owned by Mrs Hudson, 221B Baker Street, (PROSE: All-Consuming Fire) later rented in their absence by the Eighth Doctor. (PROSE: Camera Obscura) At some point Mr Sherrinford also resided at Baker Street. (PROSE: The Sleuth Slayers)

The Fourth Doctor and Romana would vacation at 107 Baker Street from time to time, at one point occupying the residence while his future self hid in the attic. (AUDIO: The Haunting of Malkin Place, The Movellan Grave) The Fifth Doctor and Nyssa also stayed at the Baker Street residence from November 1866 to November 1867. (AUDIO: The Haunting of Thomas Brewster) Henry Gordon Jago and George Litefoot lived in the house while they were fugitives in 1894 (AUDIOThe Monstrous Menagerie) whilst the Eighth Doctor's companion Molly O'Sullivan did so in 1918. (AUDIOThe White Room) He had previously visited the property with Molly in 1972, in an alternate timeline. (AUDIO: Fugitives) In 2008, the Doctor left the house to his companion, Thomas Brewster. (AUDIOA Perfect World) Brewster converted the building into flats, to the Eighth Doctor's annoyance. When stranded in 2020, the Doctor became the landlord for his property. (AUDIO: Lost Property)

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