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The Strand

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Strand (or the Strand) is a major thoroughfare in the City of Westminster, Central London.

The street gave its name to the famous The Strand Magazine, where many Arthur Conan Doyle's works were published.


In the Sherlock Holmes stories

  • Cyril Overton's telegram had a Strand postmark on it. (MISS, 8)
  • Bentley's private hotel was located near the Strand. (MISS, 59)
  • Simpson's restaurant was in the Strand. (ILLU, 157)
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