Build a home for Ringo

Another day, Another Beatles Story:

Ringo Starr’s childhood home could be reconstructed brick by brick at the new Museum of Liverpool. The Beatles drummer’s birthplace is to be demolished after the city council said they found it had “no historical significance,” but now National Museums Liverpool say it is in negotiations to move the house on Madryn Street in Toxteth to the new Museum that will open in 2008. Starr lived at the house for the first three months of his life before he moved to Admiral Grove.

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