55. Xavier St. Georges, 19 (17 bis) rue Notre Dame de Lorette. This was the Grand Saint Georges (Simenon?) from Maigret's Boyhood Friend.
56. 3, rue de la Grande Truanderie, the possible entrance to the Vieux Four passage. The Vieux Four Passage never existed in Paris. Perhaps this doorway inspired Simenon to put it on this street.
57. La Charcuterie, 38 rue Coquilliere. Marcel Vivien used to regularly buy his sausages here.
58. 12, rue Marcadet. This is the Home of Odette Delaveau. She was Marcel Vivien's married daughter.
59. 63-65-67 rue Lepic. 65 is the stairs behind the gate. 65bis was the site of Marcel Vivien's workshop. The bis never existed. 63 is 'Le Dragon' on the left while 67 is the building on the right.
60. 65 rue Lepic, looking up.
61. 65 rue Lepic, looking down.
62. This large rock marks the middle of the passage.
63. The back of one of houses along the passageway.
64. The other end of the passage, which is 23 ave Junot.
65. This is where Simenon placed Chez Manière, at the foot of the stairs on the place Constintin-Pecquer. It's actually a plumbing and heating supply shop.
66. Chez Pharamond restaurant, rue de la Grand Truanderie.
67. Hotel Regyn's, place des Abbesses. This is the only hotel today on the place des Abbesses. As the Hotel Jonard, it had both Marcel Viviene and Louis Mahossier for guests at the same time during 1945-46.
68. 5, blvd Rochechouart. This is where Nina Lassave had her apartment.
69. 25, blvd des Batignoles, site of Lesage and Gelot, interior decorators.
70. 15, ave Trudaine. Mme M's dentist practiced either here or at number 17.
71. 17, ave Trudaine.
72. Square d'Anvers at the ave Trudaine end. Lycée Rollin is in the background.
73. Square d'Anvers looking to the Sacré Coeur.
74. 38, blvd Beaumarchais, office of Mâitre Loiseau.
75. The top of rue Tholozé and the steps. There are no houses surrounded by a yard anywhere on this street. To the right is where Léonard Planchon lived and worked. The café umbrellas mark the intersection of rue Lepic. Marcel Vivien's workshop was just to the left.
76. Hotel Beauséjour at 1, rue Lepic. This is the actual location and was correctly used in several stories. It was also refered to as "a shady hotel on rue Lepic" in two stories. There were also two other hotels with this name at different addresses but they didn't correspond to the the two other Hotel Beauséjours that exist in today's Paris.
77. Hotel Beauséjour. The third Hotel Beauséjour was at 3, rue des Batignoles. The Brasserie Cyrano was just to the left of the hotel at the Coca Cola sign. It was mentioned in M and the Loner and in at least one other story.
78. The corner of rue de la Birague and rue St. Antoine. There is no hotel here. The Beauséjour, des Arcades, and des Acacias were all here in different stories.