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Wednesday, 2 December 2009

Kenwood: north-west extension.

And while we are about it, he (Tammy) has also found this. Again, the widest perspective on the large garage overlooking the swimming pool so far. It also gives a good view of one of the speakers that John had set into the wheel spaces of the Rolls. He would use these to put the fear into pedestrians, via deafening train noises, and Brian Jones, via microphone ("Brian Jones! This is the police! Pull over now!" etc.)
Wot a larf.
Incidentally, the above pic was taken, of course, on June 29, 1967. Fast forward almost 40 years to 2006, and the same space, from roughly the same perspective, looked like this...

...the garage and north-west end having been demolished and re-built in the mid-90s, in order to construct more upstairs bedrooms, and the games room seen here.

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