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Saturday, 21 March 2009

Sunny Heights: 60s and 2006.







More Sunny. The first is from MMT, and shows three of the Beatles playing footy. And one playing, if memory serves, a large white cello. Then some family pics of the Ringos, and one of him inside Sunny drinking. He had his own bar in there, rather splendidly, called The Flying Cow. Finally, a couple more shots courtesy of Joe Baiardi from 2006, including one of the area directly in front of the rear entrance of John fame.

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  1. I think John (with the Cello) is indeed in this picture - behind George, look out for the big sunflower.

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