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Baker Street Station

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Introduction
Issued at the 2010 London Event as Strand and Aldwych Stations. In real life it was renamed Aldwych in 1917 when Strand Station became a Northern line stop at Charing Cross. Aldwych closed in 1994 and is now used for film sets. This third 2011 Baker Street Station was the rarest.

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Hazle Ceramics
Baker St Station
Heritage Miniature
Modelled roundel outline & black painted Sherlock
head on back of ceramic

£69.50 Worldwide
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 Circa 1980s inspiration for model.

 Junction of Baker Street and Marylebone Road. Part of the world’s first underground Metropolitan Railway from 1863, the station now has four lines.

 The London Underground roundel.

 Sherlock statue by Marylebone Road exit.

 The main ticket hall. The ten platforms here are more than any other station on the network.

 Sherlock tiles only at this station.

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