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On the set of Steve Jobs film

On set in Los Altos, Calif.

No parking

Truck-lined street

Set design at the garage

Reel-to-reel

Bob Dylan, 'Get Born'

Film slides

Period decorations

Warmth during work

Oscilloscope on set

Computer boards

The Apple garage

LOS ALTOS, Calif. -- The doors to the famed garage where Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak first built Apple computers are flung wide open here Wednesday in preparation for the filming of a new biopic film, with a screenplay by Aaron Sorkin.

Related article: "Lights, camera, Apple: Filming starts for new Steve Jobs biopic."

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Work was under way Wednesday to create an authentic mid-1970s look at the house where Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak first started Apple Computer.

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Along Crist Street in Los Altos, Calif., Friday, film production trucks are lined up ready to shoot the new Steve Jobs film directed by Danny Boyle.

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Trucks filled with gear are parked along the street Friday in front of the house where Apple got its start.

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The crew re-created the garage as it might have looked in 1976, when Jobs and Wozniak spent hours building their first computers.

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A reel-to-reel tape player is set up inside the garage, which has been been outfitted to look like it did in the 1970s.

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A poster of Bob Dylan from the documentary "Don't Look Back," which chronicled his 1965 tour in the UK. Jobs was a fan of Dylan's music.

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A sheath of film slides hangs in the garage.

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Other items seen in the garage include a plaid Thermos, a floppy disk drive, cement block and wood shelves, and lots of books.

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An older heater in the garage would have kept the famed duo warm during their work.

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An old oscilloscope seen on set in the garage would have been used for electrical testing and to measure the frequency of an electrical signal over time.

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Books and computer boards are seen in the garage where Apple started, on the set of the coming Steve Jobs film.

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Another shot of the film set in the garage where Jobs and Wozniak tinkered away, building what would evolve into the powerhouse we know today as Apple.

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