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Abbey road crossing

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"We didn't need to write the band's name on the cover ... They were the most famous band in the world" - John Kosh ... Walk this way...

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Abbey Road Crosswalk, London, England

The Abbey Road zebra crossing which was made famous after appearing on a Beatles album cover is given Grade II listed status.

✖ WILLIAM JUZEK ✖ on Instagram: “The Beatles rare alternative photo from abbey road in 1969 ✌💕 . . Look at George,he looks like enjoying it the most and he also looks be a…”

✖ WILLIAM JUZEK ✖ on Instagram: “The Beatles rare alternative photo from abbey road in 1969 ✌💕 . . Look at George,he looks like enjoying it the most and he also looks be a…”

London’s 20 Most Expensive (and Exclusive) Streets

THE LONDON STREETS WITH A MULTI-MILLION POUND PRICE TAG New research by MoneySuperMarket reveals the most exclusive streets to buy property over the last two years 80% of London’s most expensive streets are in Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea The most expensive road outside of London in the UK is in Surrey With recent news […]

‘Abbey Road’ 50th anniversary: A track-by-track look back

“Abbey Road” marked the end of an era when it was released on Sept. 26, 1969, as the last album recorded by the Beatles. (“Let It Be” would be the final LP released by the Fab Four.) Here’s a look …