||"George Inn," where Mr. Pickwick first met Sam Weller
||In Lant Street, where Bob Sawyer had his lodgings, and one of his haunts "The Ship and Shovel"
||Number 48 Doughty Street, where Dickens lived and where he wrote the last chapters of "The Pickwick Papers"
||The George and Vulture, Mr. Pickwick's headquarters when he stopped in London
||The Bull at Rochester, where Doctor Slammer challenged Mr. Jingle and Mr. Winkle was put to bed
||London Bridge, where Noah Claypole dogged Nancy Sykes's steps the night she was murdered
||St. Martin's-in-the-Fields and St. John's Church, Westminster, where David Copperfield found Peggotty, and where the two met Martha in their search for Little Em'ly
||Covent Garden Market, one of the haunts of Tom Pinch and his sister Ruth; Little Dorrit; Miss Wren, and the "bad child," as described in "Our Mutual Friend"
||The Fountain in Fountain Court, where Ruth Pinch met her lover, John Westlock
||John Forster's House at No. 58 Lincoln's Inn Fields
||The Vestry of St. George's Church, Southwark, where Little Dorrit and Maggy passed the night
||The Thames, where Gaffer, rowed by Lizzie Hexam, plied his trade
||Mr. Grewgious's Office in Staple Inn, where Edwin Drood dined "one foggy night"
||The offices of "All the Year Round"; Charles Dickens, Editor, 1859–1870
||Charles Dickens's Grave in Westminster Abbey