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13212 Briarbrae proved to be a large detached house standing in extensive grounds , within a few minutes ' walk of the station .
13513 Mr. Joseph Harrison drove us down to the station , and we were soon whirling up in a Portsmouth train .
13786 Holmes had a still more startling surprise for us , however , for after accompanying us down to the station and seeing us into our carriage , he calmly announced that he had no intention of leaving Woking .
13796 ' I hardly expect to go back to Briarbrae , ' answered Holmes , and waved his hand to us cheerily as we shot out from the station .
13893 ' After leaving you at the station I went for a charming walk through some admirable Surrey scenery to a pretty little village called Ripley , where I had my tea at an inn , and took the precaution of filling my flask and of putting a paper of sandwiches in my pocket .
18716 ' At the station .
18730 The station clock marked only seven minutes from the time when we were due to start .
18749 It was too late , however , for we were rapidly gathering momentum , and an instant later had shot clear of the station .
18803 A minute later a carriage and engine could be seen flying along the open curve which leads to the station .
46792 Then he paid up his two guineas , like a good one , and away he went into the station .

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