London in fiction

A number of books, films, etc. mention London, the capital of Britain. These include:

Jeeves and Wooster novels-Wooster mainly lives in London and the Drones Club is there too.

Harry Potter-the hidden Diagon Alley and Platform 9 3/4.

The nursery rhymme London Bridge is falling down.

Mary Poppins-Cherry Tree Lane and the Bank of England.

Sherlock Holmes stories-as well as 221B Baker Street-a fictional address since Baker Street was much shorter in Victorian times, the Docklands area plays a large part in The Sign of Four.

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