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  • Reason for inclusion: Where Cadogan West was murdered and from where his body was placed on the roof of the train. Here Holmes, Watson, and the police arrest one of the conspirators Colonel Valentine Walter, the brother of the official custodian of the plans.

    Accessibility: Private, visible from road

    Description: A group of pillared and porticoed houses of the Victorian period, just as Watson described them.


    Bernard Davies attributed No 28 to be 13 Caulfield Gardens, the home of the master spy, Hugo Oberstein. The back windows project to a few feet of the parapet of the railway cutting. No 28 had an extra extension on the back with a large window which made it even closer to the railway line. Hogarth Road is the only street close to Cromwell Road Junction where trains temporarily stopped allowing the body to be placed on the train roof.

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