Scotland Yard

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Synonyms for Scotland Yard

the detective department of the metropolitan police force of London

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Scotland Yard is the original London Metropolitan Police headquarters at 4 Whitehall Place, which had a rear entrance on a street called Great Scotland Yard.
Galliard Homes retains the 125-year head lease on the seven-storey Edwardian property at 1-5 Great Scotland Yard, which it purchased in December 2013.
Hudson London at Great Scotland Yard is Morgans Hotel Group's fourth property in London, joining renowned Sanderson and St Martins Lane properties, and Mondrian London at Sea Containers House, set to open its doors early 2014.
Muggle musts: King's Cross and Great Scotland yard.
Corinthia Hotel London is being built within an imposing Victorian building, on a city block location between Whitehall Place, Northumberland Avenue and Great Scotland Yard, overlooking Trafalgar Square and the River Thames.
TWO useful addresses for Ex-Royal Naval: Personnel Ships Movements and Actions Ministry of Defence Naval staff duties, Historical Branch, 3-5 Great Scotland Yard, London, SW1 A2HW, and Ships Photographs, Historical Photograph Section, National Maritime Museum, Romnay road, Greenwich, SE10 9NF.
March 1973 - A multiple car-bomb attack by the IRA kills one person and injures many more with blasts outside Great Scotland Yard and the Old Bailey.