The Case of the Wandering Spirit Arthur Conan Doyle in Australia Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930), creator of Sherlock Holmes, visited Adelaide in 1920 and stayed at Gibson's Grand Central Hotel which previously occupied this site.

This is an approximate position

corner of Pulteney St and Rundle St, Adelaide, South Australia
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by Department of the Arts and Cultural Development

Colour: bronze

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See also...
Photo of Arthur Conan Doyle blue plaque
Jez Nicholson on Flickr
Photo of Arthur Conan Doyle blue plaque
Tim Ellis on Flickr
Photo of Arthur Conan Doyle green plaque
Spudgun67 on Wikimedia Commons
Photo of Oscar Wilde and Arthur Conan Doyle green plaque
Spudgun67 on Wikimedia Commons
Photo of Arthur Conan Doyle brass plaque
chrisinplymouth on Flickr
Photo of Arthur Conan Doyle red plaque
gnomonic on Flickr
Photo of Arthur Conan Doyle and Edith Wharton bronze plaque
RachelH_ on Flickr
Photo of Arthur Conan Doyle brown plaque
Graham Tiller on Flickr
Photo of Arthur Conan Doyle bronze plaque
gnomonic on Flickr
Photo of Arthur Conan Doyle and George Turnavine Budd blue plaque
chrisinplymouth on Flickr