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107 Baker Street was a house in London owned by the Doctor and used by him and his companions throughout the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. The house had a secret cellar, a priest hole, a parlour and a larder. (AUDIO: The White Room)
In 1894, the Sixth Doctor, using the alias "Professor Claudius Dark", told his friends Henry Gordon Jago & Professor George Litefoot to go to the house dressed as the fictional characters Sherlock Holmes and John Watson. There they met the creator of the characters, Arthur Conan Doyle, who had been told where to meet the investigators by "Professor Dark". (AUDIO: The Monstrous Menagerie) Jago and Litefoot later visited the house to leave a message for the Doctor to visit them. (AUDIO: Masterpiece)
In 1918, Molly O'Sullivan stayed in Baker Street after leaving the front lines. After she left with the Eighth Doctor, Molly gave David Walker the keys to the house. (AUDIO: The White Room) David lived in the house until the 1970s. In the interim, he married a woman named Isabelle and they raised their two sons, one of whom was named Nigel, in the house. (AUDIO: Eyes of the Master)
Due to the interventions of Kotris, (AUDIO: Eyes of the Master) by 1970, the house was the base of the Ides Scientific Institute. In 1972, the Eighth Doctor visited Baker Street. Shortly after the Doctor arrived, a time-space portal opened and Daleks came through, chasing the Doctor, Molly O'Sullivan and Sally Armstrong from the property. (AUDIO: Fugitives) After Kotris was erased from history, the Ides Institute was no longer located in Baker Street. (AUDIO: Eyes of the Master)