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  • Reason for inclusion: A contender for the location of Mrs Warren’s lodging house according to Thomas Wheeler

    Accessibility: Private accommodation

    Description: A plaque on the walls state that Nos 9.11,13 and 15 were built circa 1720 and rebuilt 1980.

    Comment: Although Watson called the street Great Orme Street, his description of its location “a narrow thoroughfare at the north east side of the British Museum” and the similarity in name makes it quite clear that he means Great Ormond Street. Mrs Warren’s house is described as a “High thin yellow-brick edifice” near the corner. Some of the bricks do appear to be yellow

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