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Baker Street is a one and a half mile street in the Marylebone district of Westminster, central London. It starts at Regents Park at one end and turns into Orchard Street at the other, occupying the postcodes of NW1 and W1. The street is famous for its popular culture connections. In particular Sherlock Holmes, who lived at 221B, an address now occupied by a museum dedicated to the fictional character. It is also mentioned in the novel The War of the Worlds by H.G.Wells. As well as literature, Baker Street is also famous for its popular music connections. Baker Street is a song by Gerry Rafferty, released in 1978. The street was also the location of The Beatles’ Apple Boutique in 1967/8. Additionally, the 2008 British crime film starring Jason Statham, The Bank Job, is also based on a notorious robbery which took place on Baker Street in 1971. Baker Street Station was the world's first underground station and is on the on the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Bakerloo and Jubilee lines, offering great access to offices and tourist attractions throughout the city. Places of Interest: Baker Street tube station, the old Apple Boutique building, Selfridges department store, Madame Tussauds waxworks, the Sherlock Holmes Museum, Regents Park, Royal Academy of Music, London Planetarium and Oxford Street.