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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