It is referred to in Dickens' works as a well to do area of London. James's Palace; but it is not pretended that it is." ( The Borough (Map: F-10) - Area south of London bridge in Southwark.
It was at the White Hart Inn, in the Borough, that Samuel Pickwick meets Sam Weller and Samuel Pickwick and Wardle catch up with Alfred Jingle and Rachael Wardle after their mad dash to be married ( British Museum (Map: B-5) - The collection was originally housed at Montagu House, Bloomsbury and opened in 1759 although public access was limited.
The present building dates from 1667 when it was rebuilt after the Great Fire.
Charles Darnay accompanies Sydney Carton down Ludgate hill to Fleet Street, and so, up a covered way, into a tavern.
Formerly a swamp filled in and developed by Thomas Cubitt in 1825.
The Wititterly's live near here ( Blackfriars Bridge (Map: D-8) - Bridge over the Thames built in the late 1700's, demolished in 1863 and rebuilt in 1899.
In Dickens' time it had effectively become residential chambers.Photo - Displays photos of the location Wikipedia - Additional information on that location in Wikipedia See this page for London locations listed by novel Map last updated November 2017 Note: This map and the information it contains is by no means meant to be all-inclusive or complete.It was designed to provide the reader of Dickens' works with a better understanding of the places that occur in the novels.Paul's-churchyard to the end of King William-street.Its construction relieved Cheapside of the greater part of the heavy traffic.