2: The Bluebird Garage on King's Road

Bluebird Garage Kings RoadLong since converted to a restaurant and 'lifestyle' store, the Bluebird Garage was built in 1923 as a state of the art showrooms and workshops for the Bluebird Motor Company. Malcolm Campbell who held the land speed record of the time, had a franchise business here and his racing cars carried the Bluebird name. The record-breaking car reached 235mph in 1924 on the Pendine Sands in South Wales. The current record is 763mph


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Chelsea Houseboats | Bluebird Garage | The Pheasantry | Peter Jones | Sloane Street | Knightsbridge | Apsley House | Hard Rock Cafe | Atheneum Hotel | Bond Street | Burlington Arcade | Royal Academy | Piccadilly Circus | Theatres | Centre Point | James Smith | British Museum | Dickens House | Mount Pleasant | Banksy | Sadlers Wells | Angel | Camden Passage | 108 | Exmouth Market | Hatton Garden | Tram Underpass | Ethical Society | Odeon Cinema | Chinatown | Waterstones | Fortnum and Mason | Ritz Hotel | Green Park | Wellington Arch | Harvey Nichols | Royal Court | Saatchi Gallery | King's Road | Albert Bridge


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