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Kay Ewing says:
"In this picture you can make out the blue plaque on the wall above the museum. There was some controversy about this because these plaques are usually only to commemorate real events and people. Now Sherlock Holmes wasn't real (shock, horror, gasp... don't worry Santa DOES exist!) but I think they decided he was just so famous, despite being fictional, that he deserved a blue plaque."
 

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