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Tuesday, 8 December 2009

Kenwood: December, 1968.

Another "new" photo, taken on the drive at Kenwood in early December, 1968.


  1. They look just like two gurus in drag! :)

  2. Christ you know it ain't easy!

  3. Did John own this white rolls too?

  4. Yes. I believe it's also the one featured in the film Performance.

  5. Bum, i was just about to send you this, i thought i had a new pic for you :-)

  6. I would like to say I personally have 14 photo's of this white rolls royce.
    Lennon's chuffeur John Anthony,came from my village,the photo's I have, was taken by les,in different location's in the village!

  7. I would like to correct my mistake,Les anthony,was Lennon's chuffeur. Les has a younger brother,John Anthony.
    The name of my village is,Abertysswg!in the South Wales,Valleys.
    Les was in the Welsh Guards,when he came out after many years service,he lived in London.
    His parents lived in the village,all of their lives.
    The photo's was given to me,by a very close friend of the family.
    There is a picture of Les,standing by Lennon's other rolls royce,out side Lennon's house the one that had the famous paint job, the picture can be found in the book,Beatles Files.