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Tuesday, 24 March 2009

Yet more attic: 1967 & 2008.





And I think this pic of John in June, 1967 was taken in the little end bit of the attic (for want of a better description). Compare with Joe's video from about 06.07. The shape of the wall fits, and the window (though renovated) looks similar. UPDATE - It turns out it is the same location - actually where John's studio was situated...see later post for details.

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  1. I agree. From looking at the windows, it must have been one of the two rooms situated on either side of his attic studio (the attic is comprised of 3 rooms). I do know his Scalextric racetrack was in one of those rooms.

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