Former BEATLE Ringo Starr's childhood home in Liverpool, England is being carefully taken apart brick-by-brick so it can be rebuilt in a new museum. The house the LET IT BE drummer grew up in - 9 Madryn Street - is one of 427 properties to be demolished in the city's Toxteth district. But it will be reconstructed in the Museum Of Liverpool, set to open in 2010. Local government official FLO CLUCAS says, "It will have the same bricks and much of the original materials." The nearby childhood homes of Beatles John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney have been preserved and are visited by thousands of Fab Four fans each year.