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Do you know what Marleybone was based off of?

AuthorMessage
Defender
Apr 27, 2009
127
Old Century 17th-18th century London, England.

Regent's Square in Marleybone is Regent's Park in London
Meowiarty- Moriarty (Sherlock Holmes story)
Scotland Yard- Scotland Yard (Police)
Digmoore Station is probably Paddington Station
Royal Museum- National Gallery
Wolfminster Abbey- Westminster Abbey
Barkingham Palace- Buckingham Palace
Knight's Court- Knightsbridge
Newgate Priston- Prison of the New Scotland Yard
Hyde Park- Hyde Park
Chelsea Court- Borough of Chelsea, London
Kensington Park- Royal Borough of Kensington, London
Ironworks- Industrial Park
221 B Barker Street- 221 B Baker Street (Sherlock Holmes museum and House in London)
Watson- Dr Watson from Sherlock Holmes

Nails O Leary (A boss)- A name of a pub in London

Adherent
May 20, 2010
2899
And the name of Marleybone is based off of Marylebone, an area inside of London.

Explorer
Jul 13, 2009
54
colagada wrote:
And the name of Marleybone is based off of Marylebone, an area inside of London.
Marylebone is a street (I think).

Survivor
Feb 16, 2010
23
I'd venture to guess from the Victorian decor and technology displayed, it would fall between 1900 and 1920's

Survivor
Sep 05, 2009
3
marleybone might be a train station in london i think :?

Survivor
May 12, 2010
19
Survivor
Sep 25, 2010
18
i think marleybone is pretty much based off of old times london. you know in holmes' time. but i think its just me or the voices of the cats reminds me of old fashioned new york accent. is it just me?