Vine Street, London

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Vine Street is a street in Westminster, London, running from Swallow Street, parallel to Regent Street and Piccadilly.wikipedia
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St James's Hall

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In 1853, Charles Moreign purchased several small houses at the end of Vine Street so they could be redeveloped into St James's Hall, Piccadilly.
It was situated between the Quadrant in Regent Street and Piccadilly, and Vine Street and George Court.

Bow Street

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The street's association with law has led to it being grouped with Bow Street and Marlborough Street on the standard British Monopoly board.
It forms a group with Marlborough Street and Vine Street, all of which have connections to the police and law.

Great Marlborough Street

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The street's association with law has led to it being grouped with Bow Street and Marlborough Street on the standard British Monopoly board.
This is as a result of the square being named after Marlborough Street Magistrates Court; the other two orange property squares on the board are Bow Street (named after the Bow Street Runners) and Vine Street (named after the Vine Street Police Station), completing a set based around police and law.

Peter Scheemakers

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The Dutch artist Peter Scheemakers moved into a house on the western edge of Vine Street around 1741.
He moved his workshop a few times: first to Old Palace Yard in 1736 and then to Vine Street in 1740 where he was active until his retirement in 1771.

Frantisek Kotzwara

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On 2 September 1791, composer Frantisek Kotzwara died at prostitute Susannah Hill's house at No.
On September 2, 1791 while he was in London, Kotzwara visited a prostitute named Susannah Hill in Vine Street, Westminster.

City of Westminster

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Vine Street is a street in Westminster, London, running from Swallow Street, parallel to Regent Street and Piccadilly.

Swallow Street

Vine Street is a street in Westminster, London, running from Swallow Street, parallel to Regent Street and Piccadilly.

Regent Street

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Vine Street is a street in Westminster, London, running from Swallow Street, parallel to Regent Street and Piccadilly.

Piccadilly

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Vine Street is a street in Westminster, London, running from Swallow Street, parallel to Regent Street and Piccadilly. The street is approximately 70 ft long and is a dead end, running east and parallel to Piccadilly near Piccadilly Circus.

John Douglas, 9th Marquess of Queensberry

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The Marquess of Queensberry was charged with libel against Oscar Wilde here in 1895.

Defamation

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The Marquess of Queensberry was charged with libel against Oscar Wilde here in 1895.

Oscar Wilde

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The Marquess of Queensberry was charged with libel against Oscar Wilde here in 1895.

Monopoly (game)

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The street's association with law has led to it being grouped with Bow Street and Marlborough Street on the standard British Monopoly board.

Dead end (street)

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The street is approximately 70 ft long and is a dead end, running east and parallel to Piccadilly near Piccadilly Circus.

Piccadilly Circus

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The street is approximately 70 ft long and is a dead end, running east and parallel to Piccadilly near Piccadilly Circus.

Piccadilly Circus tube station

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The nearest tube station is Piccadilly Circus.

Pub

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The street is named after The Vine, an 18th-century public house, which in turn may have been named after a vineyard that existed at this location in Roman times.

Vineyard

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The street is named after The Vine, an 18th-century public house, which in turn may have been named after a vineyard that existed at this location in Roman times.

John Rocque's Map of London, 1746

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John Rocque's Map of London, 1746 shows Vine Street extending from Piccadilly northeast to Warwick Street.

Marlborough Street Magistrates Court

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The station closed in 1940 (along with nearby Marlborough Street Magistrates Court) to be replaced with an integrated West End Central Police Station at Savile Row, with the street being renamed Piccadilly Place.

Savile Row

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The station closed in 1940 (along with nearby Marlborough Street Magistrates Court) to be replaced with an integrated West End Central Police Station at Savile Row, with the street being renamed Piccadilly Place.

Antwerp

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He stayed there until 1769, when he returned to Antwerp.

Erotic asphyxiation

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5 Vine Street from erotic asphyxiation following a sexual act that involved tying his neck to a doorknob.

The Pogues

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The street and station is mentioned in the Pogues' song "The Old Main Drag" on their 1985 album Rum Sodomy & the Lash.

Rum Sodomy & the Lash

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The street and station is mentioned in the Pogues' song "The Old Main Drag" on their 1985 album Rum Sodomy & the Lash.