In pictures: David Bailey captures London's Marylebone

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image captionA 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.
image captionThe 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.
image captionWhen the new residents move into The Chilterns in 2015, each of them will each get an original print from the collection.
image captionBailey also portrays the calm environment of Daunt Books shop in this image, which features in the exhibition.
image captionThis print attempts to capture the essence of the VV Rouleaux shop which sells colourful ribbons, feathers, flowers and trimmings.
image captionThis view shows Hertford House, the home of The Wallace Collection museum, viewed from Manchester Square gardens on a snowy day.
image captionPark 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.
image captionThe area has a wide variety of architecture, from imposing buildings to tucked away mews.