Amazingly, the garage survived intact for more than 60 years without being knocked down. HP bought the house in 2000 and restored it, the garage and the outside bedsit (which you can't see in this photo), finishing the work in 2005.
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Seen here is the HP Garage from the house, where Dave Packard and his wife Lucile lived downstairs (upstairs lived the landlord). Bill slept in the bedsit located at the rear of the backyard.
 

Amazingly, the garage survived intact for more than 60 years without being knocked down. HP bought the house in 2000 and restored it, the garage and the outside bedsit (which you can't see in this photo), finishing the work in 2005.

Seen here is the HP Garage from the house, where Dave Packard and his wife Lucile lived downstairs (upstairs lived the landlord). Bill slept in the bedsit located at the rear of the backyard.

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Photos: Inside the backyard garage that was HP

It's raw, primitive and home to audio oscillators, a ham radio and a drill press. See what this famous tech enthusiast workshop looked like back in 1939.

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