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Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Kinfauns, part 3: a garage, 1966.

Admittedly, this is quite dull. Nevertheless, here it is - the plan for George's garage at Kinfauns in 1966. Like John at Kenwood and Ringo at Sunny Heights, George did do reconstruction at Kinfauns, plus a lot of de-rigeur psychedelic paintwork. He did also do in 1966 a garage, in one corner of the grounds, to house his mini etc. And there it is:

There is still a garage in that corner, but probably not this one.


  1. Thanks for this information. Strangely, when George was busted by sergent Pilcher, it look like the shape of the garage had changed from the pla you kindly provided.

    Do you kown if a higher resolution of the aerial view it available somewhere ? I'm trying to find out the width of the new living room (the one with rounded windows).

  2. I d you know where the aerial view comes from. I know Bravo magazine released some in 1966


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