In pictures: David Bailey captures London's Marylebone

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Baker Street station
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A new exhibition by photographer David Bailey features a collection of 44 prints capturing the landmarks and life of London's Marylebone district. The pictures include one of Baker Street station and its famous detective Sherlock Holmes.
Baker Street station
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The images were commissioned for the unveiling of The Chilterns, a new luxury residential development in the central London district. Bailey's camera captures unusual scenes like cables in the tunnels at Baker Street station.
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When the new residents move into The Chilterns in 2015, each of them will each get an original print from the collection.
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Bailey also portrays the calm environment of Daunt Books shop in this image, which features in the exhibition.
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This print attempts to capture the essence of the VV Rouleaux shop which sells colourful ribbons, feathers, flowers and trimmings.
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This view shows Hertford House, the home of The Wallace Collection museum, viewed from Manchester Square gardens on a snowy day.
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Park Crescent is one of the most expensive addresses in London. Marylebone has attracted the rich and famous for years, from Charles Dickens to John Lennon and Madonna.
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The area has a wide variety of architecture, from imposing buildings to tucked away mews.