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Baker Street Tantric Massage

Welcome to Hedonistic Massage London Baker Street Gallery, please take your time to browse the gallery and select a Tantric Masseuse. Each of Our Masseuses here at Hedonistic Massage London is professionally trained to ensure you feel the real benefits of healing through stresses and strains of daily life. If you're in Baker Street, London and looking for a relaxing, healing and professional Tantric Massage London service then look no further you've found the right place.

In the district of Marylebone in the city of Westminster in London is the famous high class Baker Street. The Street reaches 1.5 miles long running all the way from Marylebone to Oxford Street making it one of the main streets in London.

The name Baker Street originated from the builder who laid the street out in the 18th century William Baker, intitally Baker Street was a residential area for high-class affluent families although after some time as the population, economic importance and size of London grew this brought in new people to become tenants and altered most of the residential buildings into official space and commercial premises.

The Most famous building on Baker Street is Number 221B but better known as Sherlock Holmes' residence even though this address doesn't exist although the Shelock Homles museum is located on 237-241. For many years The Abbey House, home of the Abbey National Building Society received correspondence addressed to a Mr Sherlock Holmes between 1932 and 2005.

The Baker Street Tube Station was one of the original tube stations on the Metropolitan Railway, which opened in 1863 making it the World's first railway station and having 10 platforms Baker Street Tube Station has the most platforms out of the Tube Stations in London. In the 1900s there was a Bill passed to construct Waterloo Railway Station and Baker Street running completely underground from Marylebone to Elephant & Castle via Baker Street and Waterloo. In 1906 after construction and overtime gradually expanded to form the modernday Bakerloo Underground Rail line.